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Digital First Media – MNG offers Value-Destroyed Gannett Newspapers Takeover Bid

NewsStrong .com - reports - Newspapers ... “suffered from a series of value-destroying decisions made by an unfocused leadership team.” MNG Gannett Receives $ Billion Takeover Offer From a Rival. Consumer products affected: The Asbury Park Press, The Record (Bergen County), The Courier News (Bridgewater), The Courier-Post (Cherry Hill), The Home News Tribune (East Brunswick), The Daily Record (Morristown), The Daily Journal (Vineland), and The Herald News (Woodland Park). New York Times reports – MNG Enterprises, which owns one of…
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Lanterns Lift at Spc Ben Moore’s Bordentown Memorial

WATCH VIDEO – Bordentown, NJ: Hundreds gather in Saint Mary’s Cemetery for the 8th anniversary Memorial Lantern Launch for Army Spc. Benjamin G. Moore, of Bordentown, who gave his life for his country on Jan. 12, 2011, while stationed in Afghanistan. He died in Ghazni the province of wounds suffered when enemy forces attacked their unit with an improvised explosive device. Moore was a recipient of the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal. Moore was a 2006 graduate of Bordentown Regional…
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PSE&G Receives 2018 Outstanding Customer Reliability Experience Award NYSE: PEG

Also named most reliable Mid-Atlantic utility for 17th straight year. PHOENIX, AZ: - Public Service Electric and Gas, New Jersey’s largest utility, last night was recognized by PA Consulting as the recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Customer Reliability Experience Award. PSE&G also received the ReliabilityOne™ Award for Outstanding Reliability Performance in the Mid-Atlantic Region for the 17th consecutive year. This award is presented to a ReliabilityOne™ recipient who has the best overall customer experience as it relates to outage reporting…
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County Exec Hughes delivers pizza to airport pay delayed TSA screeners

Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes delivered a pizza lunch for the 20-plus TSA agents at Trenton-Mercer Airport. Trenton, NJ: Mercer County Gov reports - Mercer CountyAirport security screeners for the federal Transportation Security Administration, who are working without pay during the federal government shutdown, were treated to a surprise visit today by Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes. Hughes, who delivered a pizza lunch for the 20-plus TSA agents at Trenton-Mercer Airport, called the lunch a “small gesture” in…
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Law Enforcement Appreciation Day 1/9/2019

Thank You First Responders. Legislation Signed to Enhance Safety and Security at Schools, Houses of Worship, and Community Centers PASSAIC - Governor Phil Murphy today signed two pieces of legislation to enhance the safety and security of New Jersey residents at schools, houses of worship, and community centers. Assembly Bill No. 4597 makes a supplemental appropriation of $11,300,000 from the General Fund to the Department of Education to increase per pupil funding for nonpublic security aid from $75 to $150, and…
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Favorable Federal Court Ruling in New Jersey Advances PennEast Pipeline

Brings Natural Gas and Electric Consumers Step Closer to Affordable, Reliable Energy (Wyomissing, Pa.) Penn East reports – The United States District Court for the district of New Jersey ruled today that as a pipeline project deemed by federal regulators to be in the public need and benefit, the PennEast Pipeline Company LLC is granted access to properties it requires in New Jersey in order to perform surveys. Today’s ruling follows a similar ruling by Judge Malachy E. Mannion from the…
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Man Made & Natural Disasters

Mass Gas Disaster 80+ Homes Explode, NJ Workers Back Home

Newark, NJ: PSE&G gas crews return to New Jersey after assisting Columbia Gas of Massachusetts since September in restoring service to residents affected by fires fueled by natural gas. In total, PSE&G workers made 4,380 premises visits, conducted 1,498 gas inspections and 102 environmental inspections, relocated meters in 340 buildings, installed 564 appliances and made 395 repairs to customer piping.
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