IRS OPENS UP E-FILE SYSTEM FOR 2012

Its that time again…tax filing season has officially opened. The Internal Revenue Service opened the 2012 electronic tax return filing season. IRS e-file has surpassed the milestone of 1 billion returns processed. More than 112 million income tax returns were e-filed last year, or 77 percent of all individual returns filed. The deadline to file…

CAPE MAY BEACH FILL DRAWS TO CLOSE

A beach fill in Cape May is officially complete. Inter-agency partners held a ceremony to mark the completion of a more than $9 million beach replenishment project aboard Coast Guard Training Center Cape May Wednesday at 1 p.m. Representatives from the Army Corps of Engineers, the Coast Guard and the N.J. Department of Environmental Protection…

SURVEY: NEW JERSEY SUPPORTS GAY MARRIAGE

Survey says…52 percent of New Jersey voters support gay marriage while 42 percent of voters don’t like it.  The new survey was released this morning by Quinnipiac.  This is the all time record high for support of gay marriage in the Garden State.  Poll Director Maurice Carroll says democrats are making gay marriage a big…

KYRILLOS TO CHALLENGE MENENDEZ FOR SENATE

He will make it official today.  Republican State Senator Joe Kyrillos will challenge democratic United States Senator Robert Menendez for Menendez’ senate seat.  Kyrillos is expected to unveil his plans to the media later today.  Kyrillos is 51 years old and reports say he will email his supporters today and announce that he’s in the…

CHRISTIE PRAISES WINERY LEGISLATION IN AC

Governor Chris Christie was in Atlantic City on Wednesday and addressed the state Agricultural Convention. The governor said he was pleased that legislators pushed through the bill that eased regulations on local wineries. According to NJ Senate President Stephen Sweeney, opponents of the legislation spent about $1 million fighting against it.