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  • IRS issues first whistleblower award to Philly accountant

    April 15, 2011

    The IRS recently awarded $4.5 million dollars to an accountant from the Philadelphia area in the first ever whistleblower award to be issued by the IRS Whistleblower Office since in authorization back in 2006. The accountant had informed IRS that his employer, a well known financial services firm, had ignored underpayments on $20 million of […]

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  • Point Pleasant woman killed in car-train accident

    April 13, 2011

    On Saturday, a 19-year-old Point Pleasant woman died in a car-train accident. According to a spokesman from Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Major Crime Unit, the teen was attempting to get around lowered railroad gates as a North Jersey Coast Line (NJ Transit) train coming from Long Branch hit her vehicle, a 2004 Honda CR-V. A witness […]

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  • AAP releases new policy statement on car seat safety

    April 07, 2011

    The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently released a new policy statement advising parents to keep their children in rear facing car seats until the age of 2. The new policy revises the older one that has been place since 2002, which said infants and toddlers should be kept in a rear facing car seat […]

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  • Saturday morning car crash claims three lives

    April 04, 2011

    Three persons died and two others were seriously injured in a high speed car crash early Saturday morning. The accident, which occurred on Route 22 in Hillside, took place when a car ran into steel pole and concrete overpass. Saturday’s car accident is the second within a two week period. Sources say that another fatal […]

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  • Lautenberg hold hearing on bus safety recommendations

    March 31, 2011

    Yesterday, a transportation subcommittee chaired by Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) held a hearing to consider recommendations to improve bus safety. The recommendations, which come after two disastrous commercial bus accidents earlier this month, include putting seat belts on buses, equipping buses with stronger roofs and windows, requiring onboard devices to monitor driver fatigue, and improving […]

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  • Bayonne car accident involved four vehicles, caused two injuries

    March 30, 2011

    A four-car accident on Monday night at the intersection of Avenue A and 21st Street in Bayonne sent a 62-year-old woman and 14-year-old girl went to hospital for treatment of head injuries. The car accident, the exact cause of which is still under investigation, may have been caused by a number of factors, including a […]

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  • Sacco faces opposition from woman who claimed sexual harassment

    March 24, 2011

    According to the Jersey Journal, North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco recently filed 36 boxes of nominating petitions for the upcoming mayoral election in May. Only 300 petitions per candidate are required, but Sacco said he hoped to break a record as well as weigh support for the election. Among Sacco’s opposition is a former female […]

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  • Critics address safety record of bus company responsible for Turnpike crash

    March 21, 2011

    A week after a fatal bus crash on the New Jersey Turnpike involving a bus owned by Super Luxury Tours of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., the head of Washington D.C. based bus company trade association American Bus Companies is saying that authorities should have penalized the company for its poor driving record prior to the accident. The […]

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  • Bus driver under investigation after deadly Saturday crash

    March 18, 2011

    After a Saturday commercial bus accident in New York, investigators are questioning the bus driver in an attempt to find out what caused the horrific accident that killed 15 passengers. According to state officials, the 40-year-old bus driver apparently has a criminal record, including a 1995 ticket for speeding, two others for driving without a […]

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  • Bus Crash in East Brunswick on Monday killed two

    March 16, 2011

    On Monday, a commercial bus travelling between New York’s Chinatown to Philadelphia crashed on the New Jersey Turnpike near East Brunswick, killing two people and injuring 40 others. The bus accident came two days after another bus returning from to Chinatown from the Mohegen Sun casino in Connecticut crashed in the Bronx, killing 15 people. […]

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