LAKEWOOD – Brody Colvin was sensational Sunday afternoon, and the BlueClaws earned a series split with the West Virginia Power 3-0.
TRENTON – The full Senate unanimously approved legislation that would offer extended health benefits to residents left jobless as a result of their place of employment closing.
LIVINGSTON — Recent announcements from many of America’s food companies have outlined their plans to reduce the sodium content in their products. While a step in the right direction, the majority of children and adults in America consume more salt than they need.
TRENTON – Legislation intended to help laid off firefighters has received final legislative approval.
NEWARK –Four dealerships within the “Sansone Auto Network” have agreed to settle a state lawsuit by paying $175,000 and revising their business practices, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Sharon Joyce, acting director of the Division of Consumer Affairs, announced Friday.
TRENTON – Legislation aimed at jump-starting New Jersey’s housing market by creating a tax credit for home purchases during 2010 was approved Thursday by the Assembly.
TRENTON – Legislation to provide additional tools for landlords and tenants to address bedbug infestations was approved 73-4-1 Thursday by the Assembly.
NEWARK — NJ TRANSIT is giving customers a great incentive to check out its Summer Services: a chance to win tickets to see Bon Jovi live in concert at the New Meadowlands Stadium Saturday night.
We get our first lessons about saving and spending our money wisely from our parents. That’s why it can be particularly difficult for people to recognize the problem when their own parents have financial troubles.
CLARK—Join the fight against cancer and the movement to create a world with more birthdays, by participating in the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Clark.
PERTH AMBOY– It’s easy for parents to identify a child’s physical needs; nutritious and balanced meals; shelter and clothing; sufficient rest and physical activity and a healthy living environment.
(NAPS)-What’s considered the premier folklife festival in the U.S. will welcome visitors once again this summer.
TRENTON –New Jersey has received a Bronze award as a Bicycle Friendly State by the League of American Bicyclists, New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Jim Simpson announced Friday.