Yes…this past Sunday was another ‘Daylight Savings Time’ morning, when we actually lost an hour, so, where exactly was the savings?
TRENTON – On Monday, the state Senate Economic Growth Committee unanimously approved a controversial bill that would scrap the state Council on Affordable Housing and replace it with a market-driven approach to meeting the demand for affordable housing.
March 9 at 2:47 a.m. – In the vicinity of Central Avenue, Officer George Marmarou arrested East Orange resident Shekierra Whitfield, 33, for possession of CDS. She was subsequently released on her own recognizance pending a court date.
CARTERET – Last week, the borough signed a redevelopment agreement with energy company Kinder Morgan that is expected to create $30.2 million in tax revenue over the next 30 years.
RAHWAY – Last week, Rahway’s City Council unanimously approved an $8.5 million bond ordinance to fund the construction of a new 1,100-seat amphitheater and other downtown construction projects.
Converting a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA can offer greater flexibility in retirement. And beginning this year, more taxpayers are eligible to make this conversion. However, there are benefits as well as drawbacks to this step.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie pledged to follow “a completely new course” during his first state budget address on Tuesday afternoon. He promised a new era of fiscal discipline and lower taxes as he introduced his $28.3 billion spending plan.
WOODBRIDGE – Police are investigating a fatal pedestrian hit and run motor vehicle accident that occurred on Saturday, March 13, on Route 1 South in Avenel.
TRENTON—New Jersey employers continued to trim payrolls in January as total employment fell by 9,100 jobs over the month.
STATE – A New Jersey appellate court ruled today that the New Jersey secretary of state must accept a notice filed to recall U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez.
NEWARK—Eight men throughout Middlesex County will face multiple counts of the federal charge of interference with interstate commerce by threats or violence in connection with a series of armed robberies in businesses and private residences in Middlesex County and elsewhere, authorities said Monday.
During February, Lt. Cmdr. Christopher Farricker of the U.S. Navy was assigned to Afghanistan. It just happened to be to the same unit that his brother was in.
LINDEN—Parents and politicians are again battling for seats on the Board of Education, which rules the $110 million a year public school system.