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PSE&G power outages in South Orange, N.J. could be investigated by state

PSE&G power outages in South Orange, N.J. could be investigated by state
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

South Orange’s Board of Trustees have unanimously passed a resolution that requests the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to investigate PSE&G’s dissemination of information in regard to the recent early snowstorm that plagued the area.

Village President Alex Torpey told South Orange Patch that every person at PSE&G that he spoke to over the weekend of the storm gave him different information. “Legislators and the governor’s office on the Friday after the storm were not happy with the kind of information that we were getting.”

South Orange Patch reported that according to PSE&G, 6,000 homes were without power on October 30, the day after the storm hit. Power was fully returned to the town the following Saturday, a week later.

Two PSE&G supervisors were in the field at the time, receiving every communication from village officials. And village officials kept in constant contact with people at PSE&G’s government affairs.

 

N.J. weather forecast: Heavy rain on its way

N.J. weather forecast: Heavy rain on its way
BY STEVEN DiMARTINO
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

An area of low pressure over the Tennessee River Valley will track towards the New Jersey coastal waters by tomorrow morning. This low pressure system, moving ...

N.J. weather forecast: Rain and clouds slowly approach

N.J. weather forecast: Rain and clouds slowly approach
BY STEVEN DiMARTINO
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

A series of cold fronts over the Ohio Valley will slowly press to the east today towards the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas. As the cold fro...

OpDecision’s Drew Polin wins 2nd place young entrepreneur of the year award

OpDecision’s Drew Polin wins 2nd place young entrepreneur of the year award

Becomes two-time winner

BY TOM PERIĆ
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Marlton, N.J. — For the second year in a row, Drew Polin, president of OpDecision LLC, (OpDecision.com) has received the 2nd place award for You...

How does Kindle Fire compare to Apple iPad?

How does Kindle Fire compare to Apple iPad?
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The reviews are in for the new Kindle Fire tablet from Amazon, which released Monday morning. The unit, coming out a day early, is Amazon’s first full-color, touch scre...

N.J. approves $60M for 75 emerging technology and biotech businesses

N.J. approves $60M for 75 emerging technology and biotech businesses

Each company getting an everage $800,000

The state Economic Development Authority announced Monday that 75 emerging technology and biotechnology businesses have been approved to share the $60 million a...

N.J. weather forecast: Above normal temperatures today

N.J. weather forecast: Above normal temperatures today
BY STEVEN DiMARTINO
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The threat of rainfall will be returning to the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas, but not before the region experiences another day of well abo...

Does your company need a customized app?

Does your company need a customized app?

MIS offers free needs assessment for business

BY TOM PERIĆ
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Medford, N.J. — Micro Integration Services (MIS) is offering businesses a free needs assessment to assess whether a custom...

Wikipedia publishes lies and false information

Wikipedia publishes lies and false information
BY WARREN BOROSON
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Don’t get me wrong. I admire Wikipedia.

I believe it’s possible for “unprofessionals” to provide information just as reliable as professionals can, and at a far lo...

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