FLORHAM PARK–Have you ever had a warning light come on while you were driving, but didn’t know how to react?
UNION – The Tuesday afternoon film screenings at the Union Public Library during February and March will comprise two series celebrating Australian feature films and the library’s continued tribute to New Jersey film personalities.
EDISON — The Edison Chamber of Commerce is canvassing the community for outstanding people, organizations, and businesses for the Annual Edison Awards.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Air Force Airman Kent K. Acquah-Abbiw graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
MOUNTAINSIDE — The Internal Revenue Service and partners nationwide mark the 5th Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness Day on Friday, Jan. 28. This initiative highlights the availability of one of the federal government’s largest benefit programs for working families and individuals.
NEWARK– The Office of the Attorney General and Division of Consumer Affairs reminded computer users to protect their personal information by checking the privacy settings on social web sites and using secured networks.
STATE – According to a newly-released report by the New Jersey State Police, gangs are present in 45 percent of New Jersey’s municipalities. Nearly all of the state’s 566 municipalities responded to the survey, with only Elizabeth declining.
ELIZABETH – A reputed organized crime associate made political campaign contributions to Assemblyman Joe Cryan, whose legislative partner, state Sen. Ray Lesniak, wants to disband the commission created to drive the mob out of the waterfront in the Port of New York-New Jersey.
TRENTON – Legislation that would create new funds to benefit the New Jersey Red Cross, cancer research, active duty soldiers and the New Jersey Boys and Girls Clubs through voluntary contributions on the state’s corporate and personal income tax returns is moving forward.