TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) announced today that the new Route 27 bridge in Metuchen will be re-opened to traffic this afternoon or evening, nine months ahead of the original schedule.
SPOTSWOOD–The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) announced that a portion of Main Street (CR 615) in Spotswood will be temporarily closed in order to rehabilitate a Conrail railroad grade crossing.
TRENTON — Although summer is coming to a close, state mosquito experts cautioned the mosquito season has not ended, and warned that late summer and early fall are the most critical times of the year to be aware of the potential for the dangers of contracting West Nile virus and other viruses from mosquito bites.
WOODBRIDGE – On Monday, Ed Potosnak, Democratic Candidate for New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District, received the endorsement of Democracy for America.
I don’t know. Maybe I’m getting too jaded from constantly hearing all the bad news about the economy. Night after night we get pelted with ominous warnings from newscasters about the slow growth of the job market, the exorbitant cost of health care and the continued loss of jobs.
EDISON — On Wednesday, September 15, William Reiss of Fords, Quality Manager at Merck & Co. and the father of second-grader Sara Reiss, served as a tour guide to the stars as he showed students in grades 1 to 5 the exciting educational features of a portable planetarium called Starlab.
CLARK –Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will keynote Americans for Prosperity’s “November Is Coming” rally on Saturday, Oct. 23 at the Deutscher Club of Clark.
STATE — Do you know how many cases are filed in New Jersey’s municipal courts each year? Do you know how citizens are chosen for jury duty?
EDISON – New Census data released Thursday show that New Jersey’s poverty rate remained high, rising to 9.3% in 2008-2009, a non-statistically significant increase over the 2007-2008 year average of 9.0%.