After sitting on the governor's desk since late June, the legislation – which was previously and unanimously approved by the Legislature – would have automatically made the measure law if the governor didn’t take action by Nov. 27.
Scheduled to begin welcoming customers Nov. 30 in Sewell and Dec. 1 in Mountain Lakes, the new locations will be the chain’s 55th and 58th grand openings this year.
The publication evaluated more than 15,000 facilities across the nation, with a total of 2,804 centers earning the highest marks for either or both short- and long-term care.
The conference’s keynote address was given by Adam Taliaferro, J&J’s director of state and community engagement and a former Penn State football player who suffered a career-ending spinal cord injury and is now an advocate for individuals with disabilities.
The New Jersey Business & Industry Association 2023 Public Policy Forum will include speeches, panel discussions, awards recognition and more.
The funding will support existing or new training facilities — each with the capacity to train hundreds of skilled workers per year.
“As Dr. [Angelica] Allen-McMillan has announced her retirement at the end of January, I want to take this opportunity to thank her for her service to the people of New Jersey and wish her nothing but the best in her next chapter," Gov. Phil Murphy said.
The Sheila Y. Oliver Civic Association will support young women of color who are interested in government, public policy and community organizing, as well as underrepresented and underserved communities.
Known for its tenders and sliders with spice levels ranging from “No Spice” to “Reaper," the fast casual will begin welcoming customers at its Ocean Township eatery Dec. 2.
Because of concerns over salmonella and listeria, the discount grocer issued the warning for certain brands of fresh cantaloupe, as well as select peaches, nectarines and plums.
As it did in a September announcement, the East Hanover-based drugmaker said crystal formation in some bottles of its Sandimmune Oral Solution could potentially lead to incorrect dosing.
If the court accepts a plea agreement, Zona Roofing will be sentenced to five years of probation and will pay $75,000 in restitution to the victim’s family, among other conditions.