The Eatontown husband who confessed to killing his estranged wife in 2011, burying her remains in a shallow grave near the Parkway in Aberdeen, and leaving two sons motherless, can expect to spend up to 27 years behind bars.
Birdsall Services Group, the Eatontown engineering fire at the center of a broadening probe of illegal political contributions in New Jersey, today admitted pumping more than a half-million dollars through low-level employees to gain contracts worth many millions more.
The former CEO of one of New Jersey's most powerful engineering firms and six other executives are under indictment, charged with conspiring to sidestep the state's Pay-to-Play Act by using company employees as straw donors to political campaigns, and getting millions in lucrative government contracts in return.
With the bulk of superstorm repairs behind them, Jersey Central Power and Light officials disclose an ambitious $200,000,000 plan to reinforce service to high-growth areas as well as hurricane-ravaged communities.
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