TRENTON – Attorney General Paula T. Dow announced substantial revisions to the Attorney General’s Internal Affairs Policy & Procedures to ensure that complaints against law enforcement officers in New Jersey are thoroughly investigated and that individual cases of misconduct and potential patterns of abuse are appropriately addressed.
NEW BRUNWSICK – A former Rutgers student accused of watching a secret computer broadcast of an encounter between Tyler Clementi and another male student has been accepted into a pre-trial intervention program.
MOUNTAINSIDE — The Two Hundred Club of Union County will present the Medal of Valor to 17 individuals at this year’s annual awards luncheon today at L’Affaire in Mountainside.
STATE — With a few weeks before some state legislators face hotly contested primary elections, winds of war are blowing across the 7th Congressional District.
ROSELLE — After many delays and under the threat of penalty and fines from the New Jersey Division of Local Government Services, the Roselle Council recently voted 5-1 to pass a municipal budget that includes a tax increase averaging approximately $250 or more per household.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Middlesex County and New Brunswick officials unveiled a new traffic safety sign aimed at informing drivers of a new state law that requires drivers to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks.
TRENTON – Lawmakers are considering a bill that would return New Jersey’s February presidential primary to June, when it was held prior to 2005. The state holds primary elections for all other offices on the first Tuesday in June each year.
CLARK – Roadwork that will close Brant Avenue from the Parkway Circle to Westfield Avenue will begin on or about Thursday, May 12. Weather permitting, the project should be complete in approximately three days.
Last week, researchers at Oxford University in merry old England released their updated list of the newest overused and most irritating expressions in use today. This sounds like a fun job and I just might send them my resume.