NEW BRUNSWICK– Looking to gain further understanding about the impact of cancer on patients and families, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) is expanding its Quality and Outcomes in Cancer Care (QOCC) Research Program by welcoming nationally-recognized population science researcher Sharon Manne, PhD.
America is in dire straits. Unemployment stands at 9.5% (and a staggering 34.5% for young black men), with more than 15 million Americans out of work, and 6.3 million of them having been unemployed for six months or longer.
On several occasions I have attempted to watch, and hear, the Rahway city council meeting on TV. It seems that even with the volume at its highest I am unable to hear what is going on.
TRENTON – The Galloway Township man who allegedly threw his infant daughter from the Driscoll Bridge on the Garden State Parkway in February was indicted today by a state grand jury on charges of murder, kidnapping, attempted murder and other crimes, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
LINDEN — Over the Labor Day holiday, the Linden Police Department will join forces with thousands of law enforcement agencies across the nation to take part in the “Drunk Driving. Over the Limit. Under Arrest.” crackdown on impaired driving.
STATE – As part of its Solar 4 All™ program, PSE&G is installing 200,000 pole-attached solar energy units in its service territory. The solar panels are being installed in New Jersey’s six largest cities and in approximately 300 rural and suburban communities.
NEWARK – The State Board of Medical Examiners voted last week to suspend the license of an Edison-based psychiatrist after Administrative Law Judge Joann LaSala Candido found that the doctor had engaged in gross negligence and other licensure violations by engaging in sexual misconduct with a female patient.
CARTERET – The borough will receive a new 30-passenger shuttle bus through a New Jersey Transit grant program, Mayor Dan Reiman and Councilman Jorge Diaz announced last week.
NEWARK — NJ TRANSIT announced Friday that it is seeking $885 million in new federal funding for the renewal and replacement of key infrastructure on the Northeast Corridor, such as aging bridges, power supply and signal systems between Trenton and New York City.