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Four Middlesex Attorneys Nominated to Judicial Positions

December 5, 2017

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Gov. Chris Christie on Monday announced he was nominating four Middlesex County attorneys to judicial appointments, the latest in a wave of appointments made by the lame duck governor.

Patrick Bradshaw, a partner in the New Brunswick-based Kelso & Bradshaw firm, was nominated as a Superior Court judge in Middlesex County.

Bradshaw’s partner, Thomas Kelso, is ...

Santa to Visit Piscataway Township on Dec. 1st and Dec. 4th

PISCATAWAY, NJ – Residents are invited to officially welcome the Christmas season at the annual township Christmas tree lighting ceremony. The festive event will be held rain or shine on Friday, Dec. 1st at 7 p.m. on the front lawn of the Piscataway Municipal Complex, 455 Hoes Lane.

The lighting of the township’s Christmas tree and holiday display along with the arrival of ...

Q&A: How Governor-Elect Murphy Can Lead a Successful Transition

How New Jersey’s incoming governor handles the next several weeks can “make or break his first year in office,” according to Rutgers experts.

Fortunately, Governor-elect Phil Murphy can turn to Rutgers University-New Brunswick and its Eagleton Center on the American Governor for guidance on how to make the most of the crucial period leading up to ...

Local Democrats hold major fundraising lead over Republican, Independent opponents, public records show

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Elections are just a few days away, and Democrats are holding a major fundraising advantage over their Republican opponents, according to campaign finance reports from the state Election Law Enforcement Commission website.

The recent wave of fundraising numbers and data came on October 27, 11 days before the November 7 election and as such, those reports are called the ...

Elections: Ballot Questions Explained

NEW JERSEY - Next week's election ballot will contain not only voting options for local officials and county and members of the county or legislative district administrators, but also two questions regarding public finances.  One question focuses on increasing the financial support for New Jersey's public libraries.  The other addresses the use of recovery funds from Superstorm ...

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Preventing Medicare Fraud

December 7, 2017

The Senior Medicare Patrol of New Jersey (“SMP”), is designed to improve the quality of healthcare for senior citizens in New Jersey by educating seniors about Medicare and Medicaid fraud, waste and abuse. The goal of the project is to provide information so that seniors can take the appropriate steps to protect themselves from becoming victims of fraud, waste and abuse. The SMP ...