Gasoline Station Owner Agrees To Pay Nearly $60,000 In Back Wages

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Natha Singh, owner of four gasoline corporations that operate 12 gasoline stations located throughout New Jersey, has agreed to pay $57,389.48 in back wages to 32 workers after a U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division investigation identified violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) at all 12 locations.

Plainfield Woman Sentenced For Disability Fraud

TRENTON – A former Essex County insurance company employee has been sentenced for her role in a scheme to steal more than $94,100 through fraudulent disability insurance claims, Attorney General Anne Milgram and Criminal Justice Director Deborah L. Gramiccioni announced.…

Fourth Graders Learn About Global Warming Summit

EDISON—Vladimir Reyes of Sayreville, an information technology director for the United Nations and the father of Wardlaw-Hartridge School fourth grader Mia Reyes, visited both of the Edison school’s fourth grade classes on Dec. 14 to discuss the Global Warming Summit in Copenhagen.

Parks Volunteers Make A Difference

UNION COUNTY—Some take off a day from work. Some come the first Saturday of the month.

Some are teens earning community service hours while others, like Boy Scouts, need projects to advance in rank. And then there are the retired, who have the flexibility to turn out whenever the whim strikes.