ELIZABETH—Benedictine Academy, an all-female Catholic college prep high school in Elizabeth, has released its third quarter honor roll. Thirty-nine exemplary students at the Academy were named to first and second honors based on outstanding academic performance
RAHWAY — On Friday, April 8, Rahway Middle School held its first Word of the Day Challenge. The top three students in each grade level were awarded trophies.
RAHWAY – Mayor Rick Proctor threw out the ceremonial first pitch to mark the beginning of the 2011 Rahway Police Athletic League baseball season.
Every day we are exposed to contaminants from traffic exhaust, pesticides, and chemical fumes from industrial and manufacturing facilities. If left unchecked, these pollutants could accumulate in the air to levels that could affect our well-being and lead to future health problems like cancer, asthma and other lung diseases.
TRENTON — New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner James Simpson today announced that a longstanding policy that bans trucks from the Garden State Parkway north of Interchange 105 in Tinton Falls, Monmouth County will remain in place.
TRENTON – A former state correction officer from Avenel pleaded guilty Monday to being a member of a network that smuggled pre-paid cell phones and drugs into Northern State Prison in Newark, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
NEWARK– As Americans file their income tax returns, New Jersey Citizen Action (NJCA) held a press conference today at its Free Tax Preparation Center in Newark to demand that the state Legislature and Gov. Chris Christie restore New Jersey’s Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) for working families.
ELIZABETH — General Electric made $14.2 billion in profit, yet calculated a 2010 corporate tax bill that added up to less than zero. Instead of paying taxes, the company will receive a $3.2 billion gift from the taxpayers.
ROSELLE — A political scheme to replace former Union County Freeholder and Plainfield Councilman Adrian Mapp as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) may backfire on Councilmen Jamel Holley and Yves Aubourg, as they pursue support in the June primary election with a potential $2,000 tax hike looming over the average homeowner.