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Ewing Schools receives $10K grant from Special Olympics of New Jersey
“I am very excited to share that the Unified Champion Schools program is expanding rapidly through the state, in great part due to the trailblazing work and leadership of the Ewing Schools in establishing exemplary, meaningful inclusive opportunities for students,” Special Olympics director of schoo
New Jersey's voter registration deadline is Tuesday
The state Division of Elections says that as of Sept. 30, there are 2.36 million unaffiliated voters, 2.2 million Democratic registrants, and 1.3 million Republicans.
Three Weeks Out: Midterm Projections, National and New Jersey - Insider NJ
A month ago, the Democrats were in striking range to win enough US Senate seats to gain Senate control. Now, due to the Kavanaugh controversy, all Democrat hopes of gaining Senate control are gone.
New Jersey Among States Having Least Babies
New Jersey is among the states having the least babies in America, according to one recent publication.The Stackerranked each state based on the ratio of the number of births per 100,000 people of the total state's population, and according to their results, the Garden State ranked 40th among the 50
The Hidden Castle in New Jersey That Almost No One Knows About
New Jersey has a handful of castles and some are even open to the public; Lambert Castle in Paterson is a personal favorite. The magnificent estate now serves as a museum, offering period rooms, art, and historic artifacts. It also houses one of the largest spoon collections in the world! The buildi
New Jersey’s Paid-Sick-Leave Poster Is Available
On Oct. 3, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) releasedthe required noticethat must be posted and distributed to all New Jersey employees underthe state's paid-sick-leave law, which takes effect Oct. 29. Here are seven answers to frequently asked questions about the
New Jersey wants to know why Florida is exempt from Trump’s offshore drilling plans
Enlarge/Oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico. There are nearly 5,000 functioning oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico and 27,000 abandoned wells.Dave Walsh/VW Pics/UIG via Getty Images
New Jersey News: South Jersey Woman, Kristie Masucci Admits Health Care Fraud Conspiracy Targeting State Health Benefits Programs | STL.News
CAMDEN,N.J. – An Ocean County, New Jersey, woman today admitted defrauding New Jersey state health benefits programs and other insurers by submitting fraudulent claims for medically unnecessary prescriptions, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.
New Jersey Craft Breweries Collaborate to Feed Local Families
Pennsauken, NJ — Four local breweries have come together to brew a collaboration beer with proceeds going to charitable organizations. Double Nickel Brewing Company of Pennsauken, NJ is launching a new annual initiative, teaming up with Cape May Brewing Company (Cape May, NJ), Tonewood Brewing Compa
Breaking Down New Jersey Devils – Dallas Stars Match-up
Another night where the Devils catch a break playing a team in the second game of a back-to-back, as the Dallas Stars are taking on the Senators in Ottawa Monday night.Ben Bishopis the confirmed starter in the Canadian capital, so it looks likeAnton Khudobincould be between the pipes in Newark.
Councilmember calls for NYC ferry from West Harlem to New Jersey
The EDC is in the process of finalizing its 2018 NYC Ferryfeasibility studyand in a letter penned to the corporation’s president, James Patchett, Levine argues that a landing at West 125th Street would “give uptown residents access to jobs in Bergen County and bring New Jersey customers to Northern
Train service, fares cut as New Jersey Transit makes safety upgrades
The transit agency announced it is undergoing federally mandated safety upgrades to its rail systems. Trains on the Northeast Corridor, North Jersey Coast Line, Morris & Essex Lines, Montclair-Boonton, and Main and Bergen County Lines will see changing schedules and reduced service beginning this we
Say What?!: Squirrel Causes Power Outage in New Jersey
HACKETTSTOWN, N.J.– Officials are blaming a wayward squirrel for knocking out the power for an estimated 2,296 customers in New Jersey.
New Jersey High School Closed Tuesday Over Threat
Boilermakers: due to a threat that is currently being investigated by Garfield Police, GHS will be closed tomorrow,Tuesday,10/16. All other Garfield schools will be open.— Garfield High School (@Principal_GHS)October 16, 2018
UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS FOR NEW JERSEY EMPLOYEES WHO RESIGN? - Hellenic News of America
New Jersey employers know that the State’s unemployment compensation scheme is geared toward protecting employees. Consequently, a lot of employers generally (and wisely) do not challenge a terminated employee’s claim to unemployment benefits. A resigned employee, on the other hand, has historically
Nuclear Energy Institute commends New Jersey for recognition of nuclear energy - Daily Energy Insider
“By including nuclear energy as part of New Jersey’s generating portfolio, baseload non-emitting electricity will work in concert with wind and solar to deliver the clean energy that will propel the state for decades to come,” Korsnick said in her testimony before the board.
New Jersey sex offenders: Where they are in Monmouth and Ocean counties
Public access to registry information is intended solely for the protection of the public, and should never be used to threaten, intimidate or harass another. It’s illegal to use registry information to commit a criminal or disorderly persons offense.
A New Jersey man says he has eaten plain cheese pizza for dinner every night for the last 37 years
Mike Roman, a man from Hackensack,New Jersey, says he has eatenpizzafor dinner every night for the last 37 years.In addition to his dailycheeseslice, the 41-year-old teacher also eats apeanut buttersandwich for lunch.He said he's healthy because "pizza has three of the four basic food groups."
New Jersey medical marijuana program delayed by glut of dispensary applications
Had the regulators made the Nov. 1 deadline, MMJ retailers wouldn’t have been able to offer products until spring 2019, and now it will likely be later.New Jersey’s MMJ market continues to grow as doctors are able to recommend medical cannabis for an expanding list of conditions.Proposed legislation
New Jersey News: Ambler Man, Nicholas Ochs Admits Defrauding FEMA Relating To Major Disaster | STL.News
CAMDEN,N.J. – An Ambler, Pennsylvania, man today admitted defrauding the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) of thousands of dollars after Hurricane Sandy, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.