TRENTON – Sen. Nicholas P. Scutari said the Senate Judiciary Committee, which he chairs, will consider the nomination of Anne Patterson for a seat on the state Supreme Court.
MOUNTAINSIDE – Are you expecting a federal tax refund this year? Internal Revenue Service spokesman Gregg Semanick offers these tips for checking on the status of your refund and some helpful tips about refunds.
STATE – Only eight percent of Americans rank Atlantic City as their top casino destination, according to a national telephone poll conducted by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind™. Las Vegas was the top choice of 47 percent of adults, while New Orleans was the top pick of 10 percent. Reno (five percent) and St. Louis (four percent) rounded out the list.
STATE — People in New Jersey are breathing dangerous levels of ozone air pollution (“smog”) and fine particle (“soot”) pollution, although levels of both pollutants have improved, according to the American Lung Association’s State of the Air 2011 report, which gave New Jersey very different grades for the most widespread outdoor pollutants that threaten the lives and health of Americans.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) today announced the start of a safety improvement and congestion relief project on Route 22 eastbound between Vauxhall Road and Highland Avenue in Union Township.
April 26 at 12:36 a.m. – In the vicinity of St. Georges Avenue, Officer Christian Lott arrested Rahway resident Rafael Arroyo, 33, and charged him with DUI. He was subsequently released pending a court date.
In many countries — but certainly not all —World Press Freedom Day is observed on May 3.
I learned lots of valuable information in high school, but one subject that wasn’t on the curriculum was personal financial management. We didn’t learn how to balance a checkbook, why budgeting is important or how credit card interest works, among other life lessons.
(NAPSI)—While everyone needs to be careful when taking medication, older adults face particular challenges. Often, they take more than one medicine at a time and they may not metabolize drugs as well as they once did, raising the risk of complications.