ELIZABETH — A lawyer representing Board President Marie Lynn Munn has denied rumors that she will resign Thursday from the the Elizabeth Board of Education seat she has held since 2007.
CLARK – Mother Seton Regional Girls’ High School in Clark is planning an informal open house on Wednesday, Sept. 28 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. for all fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade girls and their parents.
It’s not often when I’m stuck about something to write about. Believe me, right now I have any number of ideas in mind, but I can’t decide which way to go.
If Congress passes the latest set of President Barack Obama’s proposed tax cuts, his total will rise to well more than $1.1 trillion, or nearly two percent of GDP and close to double the size of the tax cuts enacted in President George W. Bush’s first term.
STATE — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is making pollution prevention grants to two New Jersey universities, officials have announced.
NEWARK – The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs is warning consumers about a “Financial Recovery Awards” scam mailing sent to homeowners in flood-affected areas.
STATE – Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) is available to self-employed residents or individuals who worked in New Jersey and are unemployed as a direct result of Hurricane Irene, according to state and federal officials.
STATE – New Jersey residents who were affected by Hurricane Irene should not forego registering for disaster assistance just because they think doing so will keep the assistance from reaching less-fortunate neighbors. Federal and state officials are assuring Garden State residents that there is enough disaster assistance available for everyone who qualifies.
JERSEY CITY– Senior striker Julia Caseres (Union) scored two goals and added an assist to move into second place in New Jersey collegiate soccer history in scoring as New Jersey City University won a 5-2 triumph over the College of Staten Island on Tuesday.