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Middlesex County Buying 700 Voting Machines and a Helicopter

October 5, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Middlesex County freeholders expect to borrow $7.6 million to purchase 700 voting machines and a helicopter for pesticide spraying, 

"These new voting machines will be ready for the 2019 primary election and provide a considerable cost savings to the county," Freeholder Leslie Koppel said at the freeholders meeting Thursday. Her comments came moments before ...

High School Students, It's Your Turn to Tell Adults Why Voting is Important

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ  - High school students across Middlesex and Somerset counties have a chance to to tell adults why people should vote in elections in a contest that the Women Voters of the Greater New Brunswick Area is sponsoring for youth.

In "Y-Vote," students can write an essay or produce a video explaining their thoughts and opinions about the importance of casting a ...

Piscataway Homeowners Raise Questions about Flood Insurance Coverage at Council Meeting

PISCATAWAY, NJ – As some Piscataway residents continue to clean up from last Thursday’s early morning rain storm, members of the township council advised homeowners to review and understand the terms of their insurance policies, saying they probably aren’t covered for flood damage.

“We’re working on having a seminar where some insurance carriers could come in to ...


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Murphy Administration Announces $38 Million Investment in Quality Infant and Child Care & Support for Working Families

October 16, 2018

(TRENTON) – New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy and New Jersey Department of Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson on Tuesday announced $38 million in new investments in child care to help more families find services they need and to advance quality child care.

“Children are the foundation of our state’s future, and strong childhood development and early learning are ...