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New N.J. corrections officers to be sworn in Asbury Park

New N.J. corrections officers to be sworn in Asbury Park

Lt. Gov. Guadagno to give main address

Seventy-nine rookie state corrections officers will be sworn in Tuesday in a ceremony at the Paramont Theater in Asbury Park.

Corrections Commissioner Gary M. Lanigan will administer the oath to the new officers as the finale to an intense 15-week training program. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, a former Monmouth County sheriff, will be the guest speaker.

Also receiving recognition — for the first time -- will be 37 Corrections' employees who recently received promotions. They include 32 officers, four newly appointed administrators and an incoming director of the Division of Operations.

 

Charges upgraded to murder for teens involved in Summit beating death of Abelino Mazariego

Charges upgraded to murder for teens involved in Summit beating death of Abelino Mazariego

Prosecutors announced Friday that charges against three suspects in the beating death of a 47-year-old man in Summit earlier this month have been upgraded to Felony Murder.

The new charges come after i...

Christie tells Delaware River Port Authority to get its ethics together

Christie tells Delaware River Port Authority to get its ethics together

Calls for oversight and audit of agency's budget

Gov. Chris Christie is calling on the Delaware River Port Authority to act swiftly to improve transparency and gain public confidence in the bi-state ag...

Camden Bloods gang member Juan Vargas going to prison

Camden Bloods gang member Juan Vargas going to prison

Leader of Nine Trey Headbustas sentenced to 14 years for murder conspiracy

The gangster who led drug trafficking operations for the Nine Trey Headbustas set of the Bloods in Camden was sentenced to 14 ...

Newark pools to stay open thanks to Elizabeth's Hayward Industries

Newark pools to stay open thanks to Elizabeth's Hayward Industries
BY JOE TYRRELL
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

An Elizabeth pool and spa company has thrown a life preserver to financially beleaguered Newark.

Hayward Industries announced a $150,000 donation to help the city kee...

Survey finds use of front seat belts continues to rise in N.J.

Survey finds use of front seat belts continues to rise in N.J.

Safety official says the 1.06 percent increase equals 8 lives saved, 413 fewer injuries

New Jersey's front seat belt usage rate has increased 1.06 percent this year to a record 93.73 percent, up from 9...

Two more New Brunswick Parking Authority employees arrested

Two more New Brunswick Parking Authority employees arrestedMiddlesex County authorities revealed two more employees of the New Brunswick Parking Authority have been arrested in July, bringing to six the number charged so far in an ongoing investigation of sto...

Jailhouse smuggling ring busted in Essex County

Jailhouse smuggling ring busted in Essex County

Corrections officers, teacher and probation officer among 13 arrested

BY ALICIA CRUZ
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

A five month investigation by the Essex County Prosecutor's Office's Professional Standards Bure...

Atlantic City gives paid day off instead of planned furlough

Atlantic City gives paid day off instead of planned furlough

Paperwork mistake provides workers with an unexpected bonus

A paperwork foul up will give Legislative employees in Atlantic City a paid day off instead of the unpaid furlough day the legislative branch...

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