STATE – More than a third of New Jersey’s independent local authorities do not operate a website and just three percent post their financial reports online, according to a report released today by the Office of the State Comptroller
ELIZABETH — The chief of detectives at the Union County prosecutor’s office says Mafia members are “patriotic” citizens who “believe in the American way.”
Feb. 9 at 11:58 a.m. – Officer Kenneth Rengifo investigated a theft at East Lincoln Avenue.
TRENTON – New Jersey’s Minimum Wage Advisory Commission recommended maintaining New Jersey’s minimum wage at the federal rate of $7.25 per hour, state Labor Commissioner Harold J. Wirths announced Friday.
Feb. 10 at 8:58 a.m. – Officer Dan Pitts investigated a report of criminal mischief to a motor vehicle, which was parked on the 1100 block of Cellar Avenue.
Reentering the civilian workforce after a career in the armed forces can be challenging even during the best of times.
Heart disease is the leading killer of women in the US, accounting for more than one-third of deaths among women each year.
CLARK — First grade teacher Paula Spence was recently honored as Valley Road School’s teacher of the year.
CRANFORD – On Wednesday, Feb. 16, in observation of Black History Month, Union County College will be hosting an a day of events including participation in the 22nd Annual African American Read-In, soul food, an African-American market, and ending with a concert with the Newark Boys Chorus and the North Jersey Philharmonic Glee Club.