NEWARK – Wal-Mart, following a finding that it sold or offered to sell expired infant formula and non-prescription drugs to consumers, has entered into settlement with the state to pay $775,000 and revise its business practices to comply with state laws and regulations, under terms of a Final Consent Judgment that resolves a 2008 lawsuit.
CLARK –A new program has begun at St Agnes School to teach traffic safety to students.
Just two years ago, an overwhelming number of Americans voted for “hope”, their goal being an undefined “change”. This year Americans are focused, and are voting with the hope that our lawmakers will change their ways and give us the responsible government we desperately need.
Breast cancer. They’re two small words that barely take up any space on a piece of paper, but they have the power to spark great fear, grief, sadness, and regret—and they’ve irrevocably changed the lives of millions of women across the country, including myself.
Like everything else in the new century, bullying has been affected by the Internet. No longer content with shaking down classmates for lunch money or stuffing freshman into lockers, bullies now lurk behind computer screens and cell phones.
UNION COUNTY — Authorities arrested 10 people, many of them gang members, yesterday and charged them with being part of a sophisticated criminal network that stole high-end vehicles.
TRENTON – Following the State Comptroller’s release of a scathing audit of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority yesterday, Turnpike Authority Chairman James Simpson and Executive Director Ronnie Hakim outlined a series of reform measures the agency is implementing to combat abuse and improve efficiency in accordance with best public agency practices.
ELIZABETH — A Summit man arrested in January and charged with attempting to lure a Berkeley Heights girl, pleaded guilty on Monday, according to Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow.
TRENTON – It may seem early to think about snowstorms, but highway safety and law enforcement officials are reminding New Jersey motorists that a new law goes into effect today requiring that all ice and snow be removed from a vehicle before traveling on New Jersey’s roadways. Failure to do so can result in a citation and fine.