Friday Feb 28
The Jersey Journal
State Police dismantle international crime ring that shipped cars from NJ to West Africa
For months, criminals were taking high-end vehicles from residents of northern and central New Jersey by luring them into roadside traps or stealing them at gunpoint.
Dozens Charged in Major International Carjacking Ring
Twenty-nine men were charged Thursday in the takedown of a major international carjacking and stolen car trafficking ring that swiped luxury cars in New Jersey and New York and shipped them to West Africa, where they can sell for prices in excess of new market value in the United States.
Gasum Boosts LNG Network with Skangass Deal
Reuters - Finnish gas company Gasum is to acquire 51 percent of Norwegian Skangass's distribution operations from Lyse Corporation as it seeks to improve the efficiency of its liquefied natural gas network.
Fierce competition among towns for salt
With forecasters predicting a snow and ice blizzard in the making last week, municipal administrators and DPW chiefs were all burning up the phone lines, hoping against hope that an essential commodity would be arriving soon.
Area salt shortage exacerbates heavy snowfalls
CLIFTON - City officials estimated the cleanup effort required for this winter's snowstorms exceeded $400,000 as of Wednesday, though some Clifton neighborhoods are unhappy with the City's plowing efficiency and pre-storm preparations.