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The Maplewood Township Committee recently adopted a resolution recommending the state Board of Public Utilities and the state Legislature… The Cedar Grove Board of Education finalized and approved a contract with the district's teacher's union during its public meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 27.… Another Bloomfield gas station is being sued by the state for price gouging following Hurricane Sandy. Jenny’s Shell Station, at 461 Bloomfield Ave., was… A 17-year-old Verona youth was arrested Thanksgiving night when he sped off as police attempted to stop his car for speeding, Cedar… A 23-year-old city man was among nine people arrested on narcotics charges following an early-morning raid in Orange Thursday... Thursday's morning commute into …
The parade will begin at Battery Park and Washington Street at 11 a.m.; NJ Transit and NY Waterway are offering increased service to and from Manhattan.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
NJ Transit will offer extra bus service on 18 routes, increase capacity on select, previously-scheduled trains and add customer service ambassadors at Newark Penn Station and Hoboken Terminal tomorrow to accommodate Giants fans attending tomorrow’s Super Bowl victory ticker-tape parade in Lower Manhattan. The parade will begin at Battery Place and Washington Street at 11 a.m. and continue northbound up the Canyon of Heroes to Worth Street, followed by a ceremony at City Hall Plaza. Traveling to the parade Fans celebrating the Giants win can access the parade route from several NYC Subway stations, as well as PATH’s World Trade Center Station. Customers should use
NJ Transit’s Trip Planner to get the best itinerary, by entering their …