The NHL says that Clutterbuck was issued a warning after a game against St. Louis on Dec. 6. A second infraction on Jan. 19 triggered the fine.
Smith was walking off the field following the 24-17 defeat when he looked into the stands at a heckler and yelled at him, using an expletive.
The city Conflicts of Interest Board fined the Sanitation Department workers $2,000 each and retired them from the agency.
A state legislative commission on Tuesday levied a fine of $330,000 against a once-powerful assemblyman accused of groping, intimidating and manipulating young female staffers in a 2012 scandal that is still shaking the Assembly.
A hot new scam is sweeping the internet, it locks up your computer and demand $200 to fix the problem. The virus has left some web surfers feeling tentative about using their computers.
A 40-year-old law that banned beach-goers from wearing swimsuits on the boardwalk in Ashbury Park has been overturned.
State Senator Bill Perkins plans to propose a $250 fine, saying riders are always complaining to him about rodents.
Anthony Marx was fined $500 and ordered to attend alcohol counseling and a driving program. His driver’s license will be revoked for six months.
New Jersey Turnpike Authority executive director Veronique Hakim says she’ll know by next month how much money has come in as a result of the crackdown. Officials estimated that $16 million was lost to exact-change cheats last year.
U.S. District Judge Richard Sullivan also ordered Goldfarb to pay a $32,500 fine — the amount he was paid for his role in the scheme — and to forfeit more than $1 million, the amount traders made with illegal tips Goldfarb helped to arrange.
Thinking of acting up during Red Bank’s July 4 fireworks? Better start saving now. The borough plans to slap the maximum fines of $2,500 for those convicted of disorderly conduct, public drinking or other misbehavior.
New York City plans to test a tire-locking clamp that scofflaws could unlock themselves with a code after paying their fine over the phone.
New York City taxi drivers who refuse to take passengers to their requested destination will soon be slapped with increased fines. The City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a bill that increases those penalties.
The Southampton Village board voted 5-0 for the ban. Merchants have six months to start using paper or reusable bags.
In the Village of East Hampton, the Board approved hiking the parking fines in beach lots. In other areas of the Village, the cost of parking without a permit or paying the meter has also increased $20 to $80 per violation.