TRENTON – Assembly Transportation Chairman John Wisniewski said that documents obtained through an Open Public Records Act request provide no justification for Gov. Chris Christie’s decision to terminate the ARC Tunnel project.
TRENTON – According to preliminary estimates, jobholding in New Jersey declined in September for both the private and public sectors.
LINDEN — Mayor Richard Gerbounka disputed the impression that he unilaterally cancelled the city’s annual Halloween parade, as some readers may have interpreted from a story on the front page of last week’s NJTODAY.NET.
CARTERET — Today, Mayor Dan Reiman will join with the Borough Council and Carteret residents for a groundbreaking ceremony for a 256,000 sq. ft. distribution center at 377 Roosevelt Avenue.
ELIZABETH — A 24-year-old Marine from Elizabeth serving in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom was killed this week, the Department of Defense announced yesterday.
ELIZABETH — A public school teacher who was elected to the Union County Democratic Committee is making an independent bid against Fifth Ward Councilman Bill Gallman.
MOUNTAINSIDE – The IRS is warning taxpayers about a new phishing scam. Phishing, a word play on “fishing” for information, is a scam in which Internet fraudsters send seemingly legitimate e-mail messages to trick unsuspecting victims into revealing personal and financial information.
WALL TOWNSHIP –Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez today joined NASCAR driver Ryan Truex, the Truex family and others in the racing community at Wall Stadium to unveil the state’s new line of NASCAR-themed license plates.
ELIZABETH – The City Council is scheduled to vote on a $209 million budget proposal on Nov. 9 — nearly four months after the fiscal year began and a week after Election Day.