WASHINGTON, D.C.— New Jersey will receive $1.8 billion in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to begin assisting the families, businesses, and municipalities in the areas most severely impacted by Superstorm Sandy, the state’s U.S. senators announced.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – New Jersey’s U.S. senators today expressed their concern about the impact that changes to base flood elevation maps by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will have on New Jerseyans who are still struggling to recover and rebuild after Superstorm Sandy.
EDISON — Camp Middlesex, located on the Middlesex County College campus in Edison and open to kids 6 to 18 years old, will hold an open house on Sunday, March 3. Twenty-six new programs have been added for the summer of 2013, and camp runs from June 24-Aug. 16.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A New Brunswick man pleaded today to a count of aggravated manslaughter, admitting he fatally beat another city resident more than two years ago, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced.
EDISON — David Tarver, author, entrepreneur and philanthropist, spoke at Middlesex County College Monday, kicking off Black History Month at the college.
As a lifelong Union County resident, I have always appreciated how we celebrate our unique backgrounds, cultures and neighborhoods in many different ways, but we also come together as one community, working towards a brighter future.
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As Middlesex County Freeholder Deputy Director, I am honored to serve the people of Middlesex County, be they senior citizens, veterans, working families, or students.
NEWARK – Federal agents in four states arrested 13 people today for allegedly creating thousands of phony identities to steal at least $200 million in one of the largest credit card fraud schemes ever charged by the Department of Justice, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. A total of 18 people have been charged in connection with the alleged scheme, including four Iselin residents and two other suspects from New Jersey.
TRENTON — The state Senate rejected — by a vote of 14 to 20, with six senators not voting — a bill sponsored by Sen. Raymond Lesniak aimed at legalizing gay marriage in New Jersey.