Alcotest Devices Fair Game Despite Software Flaws, N.J. Supreme Court Rules
Police officers in New Jersey can continue using Alcotest devices on drunken-driving suspects despite software flaws that have gone uncorrected for five years, the state Supreme Court ruled today.
NJ Teachers Urged to “Solve for Tomorrow” With Samsung STEM Contest; PSEG has Money for After School Programs
Ridgefield Park-base Samsung Electronics America and PSEG both have money to give out for educators and others. The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Program aims to raise awareness of STEM by asking teachers to create enthusiasm by creating a project using STEM to enhance the student's communities. PSEG is specifically offering money for after school activities in NJ that involve STEM.
Ten Reasons Why New Jersey May Not See Offshore Wind Farms Anytime soon
This article explores some of the reasons NJ is making little apparent progress in developing offshore wind farms.
Ticket wars: Arenas welcome Paperless Tickets that NJ lawmakers want to ban
There's a big controversy growing around "paperless tickets." Also, lawmakers are considering a ban on "bots" that jam the online queue when buyers are trying to get tickets.
State websites, MVC offices back up after power outage
State websites and computers at the offices of the Motor Vehicle Commission were down today due to an unexplained power outage.