UNION COUNTY — County residents who suffered losses due to Hurricane Irene have two more days to apply for a food benefit program, officials announced today.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A former New Brunswick Parking Authority manager has been indicted by a grand jury in Middlesex County on charges of stealing more than $24,000 in parking fees, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced today.
SAYREVILLE – Gov. Chris Christie blasted state lawmakers again on Wednesday for failing to advance his legislative agenda when he visited the Sayreville Senior Center for his second town hall meeting of the week.
As hundreds of New Jersey’s emergency managers gather in New Brunswick at the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Annual Conference this week, it is the opportunity for New Jersey’s local communities to take stock of what lessons were learned during Hurricane Irene.
TRENTON – State officials announced new car seat recommendations for children Monday, highlighting the annual Child Passenger Safety Week which features a public information campaign and safety events to be held throughout New Jersey.
TRENTON – A bill designed to push a sluggish real estate market while helping property owners avoid bureaucratic requirements when selling certain homes and seasonal rentals has been signed into law.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Governor Chris Christie and Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Director Charles McKenna today convened a homeland security conference for more than 400 law enforcement, homeland security and emergency management professionals from various federal, state and local government agencies.
UNION COUNTY – Union County College’s Industry-Business Institute continues their program of free basic computer skills classes this fall. These classes are offered at the Elizabeth and Cranford Campuses of Union County College through a unique partnership of the New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA), the New Jersey Community College Consortium, and the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A New Jersey Congressman wants to make sure the federal government helps local governments to pay for upgrades to out-dated communications equipment used by first responders.