TRENTON – Legislation to toughen penalties for airport security breaches was advanced Monday by a Senate panel.
July 13 at 10:36 a.m. – Officer Edward Lowe investigated a theft reported at Irving Street. The case remains open.
CARTERET—The borough has been awarded $25,000 by Investors Savings Bank towards the purchase of a new ambulance, Mayor Dan Reiman and Carteret Fire Chief Brian O’Connor announced Monday.
STATE –Have you thanked a probation officer today?
That is the question being asked by Kevin M. Brown, assistant director of Probation Services, during National Probation, Parole and Community Supervision Week, which is July 18-24.
State and local government budget cuts have taken their toll on practically every public service, including school districts.
TRENTON – Legislation to prohibit the use of reflective glass beads with high arsenic content in state roadway projects was advanced Monday by the Senate Transportation Committee.
NEWARK—For many families, the dinner table can become a battleground. Getting children who are picky eaters to choose healthy foods may be a challenge.
SCOTCH PLAINS — The book club at the New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS) donor room in Scotch Plains will be discussing The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane with New York Times Bestselling Author Katherine Howe on Wednesday, Aug. 4. The public is invited to join the discussion about this hypnotic tale of the supernatural.
Dear EarthTalk: I heard that some wind farms use fossil fuels to power their generators when the wind won’t. Doesn’t that defeat their whole renewable energy purpose?