The owners of The Star-Ledger plan to close New Jersey’s largest newspaper by year’s end if its production unions don’t make concessions in contract negotiations, the publisher said Wednesday.
New Jersey’s largest newspaper has announced it is laying off 34 employees, the first large-scale layoffs in the paper’s history.
A warehouse is filled with gifts of love from all around the world. The volunteers said they have received enough teddy bears to give two to everyone in the town.
Proponents say the measure would save towns and taxpayers millions of dollars. Roughly $20 million is now spent on the notices for various government meetings, contracting opportunities and other business matters.
The feature, called iCircular, will start appearing Monday in the mobile phone applications of the participating newspapers.