LONG HILL – They went to high school together in Morristown. Now, as graduates of prestigious law schools, they are working to save New Jersey from bankruptcy.
GREAT LAKES, Ill. — Navy Seaman Apprentice Joseph M. Zalek, Jr, grandson of Jean Zalek of Edison, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
SOUTH ORANGE– The following local residents graduated from Seton Hall University:
SOUTH ORANGE — The following local residents made the spring 2010 Dean’s List at Seton Hall University:
WAYNESVILLE, Mo. — Army Pfc. Ivelisse A. Rivera has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Mo.
In New Jersey, it’s “the shore,” not “the beach.” Going “down the shore” is one of our state’s most popular summer pastimes. But don’t think the salty surf is the only place to take a refreshing dip on a hot day.
EDISON — A Brooklyn man has been arrested and charged with luring a 14-year-old girl in the township, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Edison Police Chief Thomas J. Bryan announced today.
TRENTON – Assembly Democrats announced a schedule for upcoming Budget Committee meetings and said the lack of information available from Gov. Chris Christie’s administration on property tax caps highlight the need for a thoughtful review.
WOODBRIDGE – The Woodbridge Division on Aging, the Department of Health & Human Services, and the Office of Emergency Management has issued a “heat alert” advisory for July 3 – 10.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – It is going to be a warm, sunny, 3-day holiday weekend and a fine opportunity to take your boat out on the water for recreation. Don’t spoil it by being unsafe.
TRENTON – Congress failed to pass legislation this week that would extend the filing deadline for unemployment claimants for the federally-funded Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program. Congress will be in recess and any new bill would not be considered for a vote until Congress returns on July 12.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie offered Democrats a compromise yesterday in the battle over property tax cap proposals.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Nonfarm payroll employment fell by 125,000 in June, according to data released by the federal government today. Many of the jobs lost were because of a large drop in the number of temporary workers needed for the U.S. Census.