WOODBRIDGE—It was nice to see the grand old building on Main Street, which has “WOODBRIDGE NATIONAL BANK” etched on the stone, still standing in March 2008.
NEWARK – The earthquake that has devastated Haiti has also affected the thousands of friends and family members of loved ones on the island nation that are awaiting news of their whereabouts.
STATE—New Jersey reported two new H1N1-related deaths to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week.
TRENTON – The New Jersey General Assembly leadership on Wednesday urged New Jerseyans to do whatever they can to help the victims of the Haitian earthquake that has left much of the impoverished Caribbean nation in ruins.
PLAINFIELD – The American Red Cross has already released $200,000 and made all of its disaster and sheltering supplies in its Panama facility available to help the victims of Tuesday’s major earthquake in Haiti near Port-au-Prince. To support the Red…
TRENTON – Motions to dismiss the most severe counts of an indictment against former Assemblyman Neil Cohen have been postponed until April 12 at 9 a.m.
TRENTON – Sheila Y. Oliver on Tuesday took the oath of office as New Jersey’s 169th Assembly Speaker, vowing to put the Assembly’s focus on reviving New Jersey’s economy and targeting property taxes and inviting the public to air ideas on tackling New Jersey’s problems.
TRENTON – The New Jersey State Senate elected new leadership for the 214th Legislature on Tuesday, unanimously choosing Senator Stephen Sweeney as president of the Senate.
TRENTON–Woodbridge resident Craig J. Coughlin on Tuesday took his oath of office to represent the 19th Legislative District in the New Jersey General Assembly, vowing to be a dedicated advocate for working-class Middlesex County residents.