STATE — New Jersey voters split in their opinions of Gov. Chris Christie, with 44% approving of the way he is handling his job as governor and 42% disapproving, according to the most recent poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind™.
NEWARK – A Berkeley Heights man is charged with abusive sexual contact for allegedly victimizing a woman aboard a flight from Hong Kong to Newark Liberty International Airport, United States Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced Monday. Ramesh Advani, 63, was…
TRENTON – Legislation to toughen penalties for airport security breaches continues advancing toward law.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Thousands of new and recent college graduates seeking entry level and advanced job opportunities are expected to attend the New Jersey Collegiate Career Day sponsored by Rutgers’ Office of Career Services Wednesday, May 26.
STATE — May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and Health and Senior Services Commissioner Dr. Poonam Alaigh encourages everyone to learn stroke’s warning signs and take steps to reduce their risks for this potentially disabling and deadly condition.
SAYREVILLE — Diane Gooch, the Monmouth County Republican Vice Chair and local businesswoman is continuing to pick up support throughout the 6th District.
LINCOLN, R.I. – Weather experts are predicting an “above average” hurricane season this year, so Amica Insurance reminds people that now is the time to prepare for a storm.
PERTH AMBOY—The city will offer a unique amnesty program for individuals currently in contempt of court for failing to pay fines and costs, according to Mayor Wilda Diaz and Judge George M. Boyd of the Perth Amboy Municipal Court.
PISCATAWAY — The Middlesex County Public Health Department is reporting that a raccoon tested positive for rabies in Piscataway, in the vicinity of River Road and Maplehurst Lane.
For those reentering the job market after decades of employment, you should know that the rules have changed considerably since you were last looking for a job.
NEWARK — Summer is approaching, which likely means higher electric bills as people turn on fans and air conditioners to help keep cool. Demand for electricity can also increase if you have house guests or children home for the summer.
CRANFORD — CONTACT We Care, the award-winning 24-hour caring and crisis hotline will conduct its unique interactive, two-day suicide intervention training for members of the general public on July 9th & 10th at the Harvest Training Center, 69 Myrtle Street in Cranford.
RAHWAY – Registration is now open for Kids’ Summer Art Workshops at Arts Guild New Jersey (formerly The Arts Guild of Rahway). The program is offered as five-day art workshops for children ages 7 – 12 in Drawing, Painting, Sculpture and Printmaking.