TRENTON – The Assembly unanimously approved a bill that would move New Jersey’s February presidential primary election back to June, to be held with the regular partisan primary elections.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced $2 billion in high-speed rail awards to speed up trains in the Northeast Corridor, expand service in the Midwest and provide new, state-of-the-art locomotives and rail cars as part of a plan to transform travel in America.
An emotionally disturbed man walked halfway through a PATH tunnel from the World Trade Center to Exchange Place before a work crew spotted him and called police — an incident that has raised major security concerns in what is supposed to be a time of heightened alert, Jerry DeMarco writes in an exclusive report for the Cliffview Pilot.
ELIZABETH – Police have arrested a man accused of beating another man to death outside an Elizabeth restaurant early Saturday morning, Union County Prosecutor Theodore Romankow announced.
EDISON — The Middlesex County College community recently rallied to support the people of Japan, who have been ravaged by the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear fallout.
ROCHELLE PARK – Flanked by a sea of riders and riding instructors, state and federal officials marked the start of New Jersey’s Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month on Friday by unveiling its “Share the Road” public awareness campaign for 2011.
ELIZABETH – The members and staff of Community Access Unlimited applauded a state plan to provide people with disabilities and/or their families an annual stipend to help pay for the cost of providing services.
KENILWORTH — Former WWE Intercontinental Champion The Honky-Tonk Man (the greatest of all time, if you ask him), plus former ECW and WWE tag-team champion and current TNA star D-Von Dudley, from the famous Dudley Boyz tag-team, will headline an all-star card of pro wrestling coming to Kenilworth on Saturday.
TRENTON — May is Asthma Awareness Month and the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services (NJDHSS) is partnering with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and health care groups across the nation to educate people about the symptoms, treatments and costs of the disease.