Contracted cleaners at the East Rutherford landmark high-rise where major tenants include: Public Relations Firm MWW+, American Dream Meadowlands/ Triple Five, AEGIS, Hudson News and Michael Kors were joined on Thursday by community allies and union members to deliver the formal complaint by the National Labor Relations Board to the cleaning contractor, Eastern Essential Services to demand they get reinstated.
Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that a state grand jury today charged 26 defendants with first-degree racketeering in an indictment stemming from “Operation Jacked,” a multi-agency investigation that dismantled a major international carjacking and stolen car trafficking ring that stole high-end cars in New Jersey and New York and shipped them to West Africa.
Total employment in New Jersey gained 6,700 jobs in November as the state’s unemployment rate dropped by 0.2 percentage point to 6.4 percent, according to preliminary data released by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Nearly all of the gains were recorded in the private sector (+6,300) of the state’s economy, as the unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since October 2008.
Division of Consumer Affairs Acting Director Steve Lee today announced that the urban crackdown resulted in nearly 10,000 citations for alleged, civil violations of State consumer protection laws at 71 jewelry stores, pawn shops, and other locations. In addition, officers confiscated 35 scales that were of types not approved for cash-for-gold transactions, or were not registered with the Office of Weights and Measures.
A body was pulled from the Passaic River near the Soundview Paper Company Wednesday, authorities said.
Contracted cleaners at the East Rutherford landmark high-rise where major tenants include: Public Relations Firm MWW+, American Dream Meadowlands/ Triple Five, AEGIS, Hudson News and Michael Kors will be joined on Thursday at 3PM by community allies and union members to deliver the formal complaint by the National Labor Relations Board to the cleaning contractor, Eastern Essential Services to demand they get reinstated.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle welcomed news that the state’s anti-bullying law has produced marked results throughout New Jersey schools after the latest report from the State Department of Education showed a 16 percent decrease in reported bullying incidents from last year.
“This settlement is an insult to the Passaic River, those that fought for decades to protect it, as well as the people of New Jersey,” said Rep. Pascrell. “This type of political shell game should come as no surprise from a governor representing a state as economically depressed as New Jersey. Instead of balancing the state’s budget at the expense of environmental protection and public health, Governor Christie should be prioritizing the communities he represents by dedicating one hundred percent of the these funds to the restoration of the Passaic River.”
On December 16, 2014, members of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit and the Englewood Police Department arrested Victor Brito Casimiro after learning that he engaged in inappropriate sexual activity on numerous occasions with a twelve (12) year old female.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Robert Menendez (D-N.J.), issued a statement regarding the U.S. – Cuba relationship. “It is a fallacy that Cuba will reform just because the American President believes that if he extends his hand in peace that the Castro brothers suddenly will unclench their fists"
Marc-Andrew-Marucci, a teacher at Clifton High School, was charged on December 17, 2014 with one count of second degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child; one count of second degree Official Misconduct and one count of fourth degree criminal sexual contact for engaging in an act of sexual contact and for making sexually suggestive comments to a 17 year old student at Clifton High School.
Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that Abraham Baruchov, 49, of Clifton, N.J. pleaded guilty today to purchasing and receiving approximately $275,000 worth of stolen coffee makers and other stolen appliances that he resold on websites such as eBay and Amazon.
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