NEWARK – A State Superior Court judge today granted the application submitted by Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the Division of Consumer Affairs and ordered the immediate impounding of the pickup truck that the two operators of an allegedly bogus charity used to solicit donations they claimed were for surviving family members of emergency responders who died at the World Trade Center on 9-11.
OLD BRIDGE – A 34-year-old Staten Island man surrendered to authorities yesterday and was arrested on charges related to the hit-and-run fatality of Warren Wilmot, a 26-year-old resident of Old Bridge, on July 29, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Old Bridge Police Chief William Volkert announced.
RAHWAY – New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher applauded the efforts of 35 summer campers at the YMCA of Eastern Union County in Rahway, who have been tending a garden filled with vegetables, herbs and edible flower, using the Square Foot Gardening technique during a visit Thursday to the garden.
TRENTON – NJDOT officials today announced a resurfacing and roadway repair project to address deteriorated sections of pavement on Route 35 between Middletown in Monmouth County and South Amboy in Middlesex County.
STATE— Boaters across New Jersey will have easier access to information about best boating practices, fishing regulations and other vital and helpful facts through NJBoating.org, a new website launched by members of the New Jersey’s Clean Vessel Act Program, which includes the Department of Environmental Protection.