NJ Senate Passes Public Employee Pension, Health Reform Bill

TRENTON – Members of several public employee unions marched on the State House again today, in the so-called “Second Battle of Trenton” organized by the New Jersey Education Association. However, the Revolutionary War-themed protest did little to deter the state Senate from passing the controversial pension and health care benefit reform bill.

Doctor Indicted For Allegedly Trying To Hire Hit Man To Kill Wife

TRENTON – An Englewood doctor with a medical office in Jersey City was indicted today on charges that he defrauded the Medicaid program, illegally distributed narcotic painkillers, and attempted to hire men to kill three people: his wife, his lover and a business partner, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.

Partnership Helps Revitalize Patrick Duffy Park

PERTH AMBOY— The Perth Amboy Office of Recreation partnered with the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of Middlesex County (NCADD) and the Youth Community Leadership Academy (YCLA) in an “Adopt A Park” project on Saturday, June 18, in Patrick Duffy Park.

Summer Weather Can Be Hard On The Heart

STATE — Summertime often means afternoon strolls, bike rides, baseball, swimming and other outdoor activities. And while the sunny days may make for great beach weather, it’s important to know that extreme heat can be hard on the heart.