Just How Far Will The Corporate Bailouts Go?

American taxpayers bailed out the banks. They bailed out auto manufacturers. But at least they were our banks and automakers. Now, taxpayers are once again being asked to lend a hand. This time it’s to subsidize multi-billion-dollar foreign companies with names like Toshiba, Hitachi and Areva.

Senior NJ DOT Engineer Arrested In Alleged Scheme To Steal $700,000 In Rail Project Grant Funds

TRENTON – A senior engineer for the New Jersey Department of Transportation (DOT) and an alleged accomplice were arrested on charges that they solicited a railroad company to fraudulently inflate the cost of a state-funded railroad repair project by approximately $700,000 and pay them $325,000 in bribes, state officials announced today.

Investigators Still Trying To Identify Remains Found Near Oakwood Plaza In Edison

EDISON — Investigators have recovered a pair of designer pants and belt that may help identify human remains that were found in a wooded area of Edison, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Edison Police Chief Thomas Bryan announced today.

NJ Residents Reminded To Conserve Water As New Drought Warning Is Issued

TRENTON – With the Delaware River Basin Commission’s decision today to issue a drought warning for much of the Delaware River basin, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin again asked residents statewide to voluntarily reduce water use.