NEWARK — Due to more inclement weather predicted for this weekend, the Newark Public Library has postponed its Saturday, Feb. 5 Black History month program featuring Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams of New Jersey City University.
NEWARK – The owner of numerous vacation travel club companies with a long history of consumer complaints in New Jersey, is barred from doing business in the state for no less than five years and cannot open or operate any such business in the future without state approval, under terms of a settlement with the Office of the Attorney General and State Division of Consumer Affairs that was announced yesterday.
CLARK — The Board of Trustees of the Clark Public Library have changed the date of their February board meeting from Feb. 1 to Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m.
HILLSIDE – A 76-year-old Hillside woman has filed a claim for damages against Union County, alleging that officers of the county sheriff’s department illegally entered her home and removed the entire contents because they had the wrong address of a foreclosure.
STATE — Thousands of New Jersey residents remain without power this afternoon as the result of an ice storm.
STATE — Thousands of New Jersey residents are without power this morning as a result of an ice storm.
At 8:30 a.m., about 15,000 PSE&G customers were without power due to icing on the utility’s equipment and on trees. Nearly 14,000 Jersey Central Power & Light customers were without electricity at 10:40 a.m
LINDEN — Carmen Southward, of Linden, was among 225 in attendance at a reapportionment commission hearing held in the Toms River Municipal Building on Saturday.
TRENTON – State officials announced that 370 projects will share $78.75 million to advance street improvement and safety. The funding comes from the Local Aid program administered by the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
When called to the scene of a fire, firefighters bring many specialized tools with them. During the winter months, they bring a rather ordinary, but very important tool to fire calls — a shovel. That’s because very often when they arrive, they find a fire hydrant is still buried in snow.