REPORT: CONVICTED KILLER BACK IN JAIL

A man who was convicted of killing a Lower Township teenager nearly ten years ago has landed back in jail.  The Times Union reports that 27-year old Joseph Michael Campon was locked up after he failed a routine parole search at his home where authorities uncovered a gun and illegal drugs.  You may remember Campon…

LOWER TOWNSHIP WINS SAFETY AWARD

Lower  Township was awarded as a GOLD Award winner from the Joint Insurance Fund Safety Committee. Lower also received a Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Claims Reporting. The Township Safety Committee has earned $3,050.00 as a result of their outstanding performance in the 2010 ACMJIF Safety Incentive Program. The awarded monies will be used for…

DEREGULATION BILL PULLED FROM SENATE VOTING

The state senate did not vote on a bill that would allow for deregulation in the telecommunications industry. The bill already passed the Assembly, but opponents rallied and got the legislation pulled from the Senate’s agenda. Verizon’s head official promised a two-year no increase to service fees. The AARP has said they believe service could…