PLAINFIELD — Union County Freeholder Vice Chairman Linda Carter (R) and Freeholders Vernell Wright (L) and Mohamed Jalloh (2nd L) present certificates to Rich and Donna Albanese-DeMair, owners of the Dairy Queen in Plainfield.
TRENTON – The Senate Labor Committee held a public hearing today in response to Tuesday’s state Supreme Court ruling that sitting judges can’t be required to pay a larger share of the pension and benefit costs.
No, it’s not obese, but it’s fed far too many nutrients. These nutrients, mostly nitrogen and phosphorus, come from fertilizers used on thousands of lawns within the bay’s watershed. Just as too much fat and salt make a human body unhealthy, excessive nutrients are ruining the health of one of New Jersey’s most popular waterways.
TRENTON – The Division of Taxation has mailed out Senior Freeze checks worth $195 million to 163,000 senior and disabled homeowners around the state, State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff announced.
PERTH AMBOY – Tonight’s “Dancing for Your Health” event, presented by the Perth Amboy Alliance for Community and Horizon NJ Health, is postponed until Thursday, Aug. 2, due to a weather forecast for severe lightning and thunderstorms this evening.
PERTH AMBOY — Councilman Fernando A. González has asked organizers to put a hold on plans to honor his 36 years of service to the city at a testimonial dinner on Friday.