CHRISTIE CONDITIONALLY VETOES UNEMPLOYMENT BILL

Governor Chris Christie conditionally vetoed legislation that would have removed the ability of the Department of Labor and Workforce Development to evaluate instances of unemployment benefits overpayment and make waiver determinations for the liability of recipients repaying those funds.  The provision would have effectively removed all liability for any unemployment benefit overpayment, except those resultant…

NEXT LOWER TOWNSHIP COP/STOP ANNOUNCED

This month’s “Cop/Stop” will take place at the South Station Market located at 9850 Pacific Avenue in Wildwood Crest, Saturday August 28, 2010, where Patrol Officer Darrin Hickok will be present from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm to answer any questions or comments citizens may have concerning the operations of the police department and literature…

TWO BROTHELS BROKEN UP IN BRIDGETON

Eight people were arrested involved with two brothels in Bridgeton. Charges were announced Monday by the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office.  The following people were charged with promoting prostitution: Rudolfo Villareal-Vazquez, 31. Tomes Flores-Colin, 25. Nabor Santos-Coyotl, 35.  Juan Mateo-Mateo, 37. Fidelio Morales-Sargento, 53. Villareal-Vazquez also was charged with unlawful possession of the handguns. The following have…