TRENTON — Acting Governor Kim Guadagno today signed legislation to require school buses transporting disabled adults to use flashing lights and to penalize motorists who fail to stop.
RAHWAY — The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) awarded $75,000 to fund RAHWAY ARTsPART — an 18-month initiative to plant innovative programming that fosters community interaction as the guiding principle of Union County Performing Arts Center and its new Hamilton Stage, the City of Rahway’s Redevelopment Agency, Arts Guild New Jersey, LuceGroup, Rahway Arts District, and a wide array of artistic and community partners.
TRENTON – Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa today issued a new statewide law enforcement directive to increase investigations and prosecutions of sex- and labor-related human trafficking crimes in New Jersey, identify and rescue human trafficking victims, provide comprehensive services to victims, and train police to recognize telltale indicators of human trafficking when investigating other offenses.
Remember when you were little and you argued for hours as to who was badder, Superman or Batman? Well, here’s a new enigma for you: Which is better, the “Spider-Man” director Sam Raimi brought to the screen in 2002, 2004 and 2007, or this one here, “The Amazing Spider-Man,” directed by Marc Webb? For my money it’s the latter.
ATLANTIC CITY – TaKe-On Productions and MSG Sports announced the return of full rules Thai Kickboxing to Atlantic City with “Battle at Bally’s II,” a professional and amateur Muay Thai event set to take place on Sunday, August 11 in the Grand Ballroom at Bally’s Casino.
TRENTON – Assembly Regulatory Oversight and Gaming Chairman Ruben J. Ramos, Jr. on Thursday announced his committee will hold a July 19 hearing to discuss the prospect of bringing casino gaming to the Meadowlands.