TRENTON –Wells Fargo Home Mortgage has agreed to provide New Jersey consumers with nearly $67 million in loan modifications and pay the state $3.98 million to resolve allegations that companies it acquired – Wachovia Corporation, Golden West and World Savings — deceptively marketed adjustable rate mortgage loans, Attorney General Paula T. Dow announced Wednesday.
Sept. 27 at 2:05 p.m. – Officer Eugene DeCarlo investigated a theft at City Hall Plaza. The case remains open.
ELIZABETH–The Benedictine Academy CSI Science contest held at the school on Saturday, Sept. 25, brought together a total of 13 teams, 11 schools, and 100 students, teachers, parents, and principals.
CLARK – An 18-year-old Clark man was arrested Tuesday as the result of a four-month joint investigation conducted by the Union County Narcotics Strike Force and Clark Police officers.
TRENTON – A dental office billing manager was sentenced to state prison Tuesday for billing insurance companies for dental procedures not rendered, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
WOODBRIDGE – On Saturday, Oct. 9, Mayor John E. McCormac and members of the Municipal Council will join the Woodbridge Township Community Advisory Panel (CAP) and the Woodbridge Township Office of Emergency Management (OEM) to kick-off the 3rd Annual Woodbridge River Clean-Up Project.
ELIZABETH – Six New Jersey residents were among ten suspects arrested for their alleged roles in an operation to bring cocaine into the Port of New York and New Jersey.
TRENTON – A special Assembly panel will meet Thursday to consider ways to improve New Jersey’s economy and create jobs.
NEW BRUNSWICK – The Intersect Fund, a non-profit organization that provides a variety of business training services to low-income entrepreneurs, recently received a $5,000 grant from The Provident Bank Foundation.