New Jersey Banks

Infrastructure talks focus on how to pay for a bipartite plan

WASHINGTON – Lawmakers and the White House have been looking for ways to fund a roughly $ 1 trillion infrastructure proposal without raising the gasoline tax or charging fees on electric vehicles, debating the new revenues the ‘Internal Revenue Service could generate with enhanced enforcement efforts. The infrastructure proposal, which …

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Columbia Financial, Inc. to acquire Freehold Bank

FAIR LAWN, NJ and FREEHOLD, NJ, June 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Columbia Bank, MHC, Columbia Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLBK) and Columbia Bank (collectively, “Columbia”), and Freehold MHC, Freehold Bancorp and Freehold Bank (collectively, “Freehold”) announced today that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement. Pursuant to the merger …

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Hunterdon County Historical Society: Goodspeed Stories, June 2021

Stay up to date with ALL the latest news from Goodspeed by subscribing to the Goodspeed Histories newsletter. It’s informative and free! Hunterdon Co. National Bank Meets Civil War ** June 11, 2021————————————————————I am continually amazed at how so interesting a seemingly boring subject, like the story of a bank …

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Smith: a free Russian family imprisoned in Guatemala

Representative Chris Smith (R-Hamilton) called on the Guatemalan government to release a Russian family on Thursday who fled to South America to escape political persecution by Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin. Irina and Igor Bitkov, along with their daughter fled to Guatemala in 2009 after two Russian banks, including one …

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Why some lenders are opting for video banking

The coronavirus pandemic has forced banks to adjust the way they interact with their customers, and many have beefed up their digital platforms to better serve their customers remotely. Several banks have found success in their video banking platforms. Technology, they say, allows them to serve customers in a safe …

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3-star DL DJ Allen commits to Rutgers

Rutgers football received the thirteenth verbal pledge for its recruiting class of 2022 on Sunday when DJ Allen announced he was joining the program after an official visit last weekend. The 3-star defensive end from Leo, Indiana, is ranked 15th best rookie in Hoosier State on the 247 Sports Composite …

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Trying to prevent evictions in New Jersey

Credit: Dennis Carr from Flickr (CC BY 2.0)Photo file New Jersey lawmakers are pushing to prevent an expected flood of evictions and foreclosures for rent or mortgage default during the COVID-19 pandemic. The evictions were legally suspended by an order in council from Governor Phil Murphy. But that protection expires …

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Troutman Pepper Consumer Financial Services COVID-19 Weekly Bulletin – June 2021 | Trout pepper

Like most industries today, consumer finance service companies are significantly affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Troutman Pepper has developed a COVID-19 Resource Center to guide clients through this unprecedented global health challenge. We regularly update this site with COVID-19 news and developments, recommendations from leading healthcare organizations, and tools …

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NJ postal carrier admits ballot dumping

A Hudson County postal carrier admitted in federal court Thursday that it threw away 1,875 items of mail – including general election ballots and campaign flyers – instead of delivering them. Nicholas Beauchene, 26, of Kearny, was caught by special agents from the Inspector General’s Office of the US Postal …

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Tropical storm Ana saves spring!

Tropical Storm Ana wasn’t one for the books. We hear that a lot these days, don’t we? One for the books (usually Instagram captions of homeschool victims who have never read a book). “Spring had sprung up here in the northeast over a month ago, but the spring swell was …

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FDIC seeks to quash valid state AG prosecution

Law360 (May 21, 2021, 9:44 p.m. EDT) – The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has asked a California federal court to end a lawsuit alleging the agency violated its so-called state-of-the-art rule . chartered banks, arguing that state attorneys general at the origin of the litigation “fail to present a credible …

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4-star OL Jacob Allen commits to Rutgers

The recruiting renaissance under head coach Greg Schiano continued on Thursday, as 4-star offensive lineman Jacob Allen announced his commitment to the program an hour before the Scarlet game kicked off. -White. The 6-foot-6, 270-pound tackle plays at the Hun School in Princeton. According to the 247 Sports composite ranking …

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Looking to the future: Bank executives say – with reservations – lending environment bounces back with post-pandemic reopenings

Between personal bank accounts filled with stimulus dollars and relief programs strengthening corporate balance sheets, loan growth has been lackluster for financial institutions over the past year. But bank executives say that could change – and sooner than expected. Banks are already posting record profits in the first quarter of …

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Here’s what you need to know

News 12 Employees May 4, 2021 at 7:39 a.m. EDT Updated:May 4, 2021 at 7:39 a.m. EDT Minor league opening day is scheduled today at several New Jersey baseball fields, including Lakewood and Trenton, after nearly two years since the last minor league baseball games in the state. A new …

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Pro-Trump Republican tries to outdo Cheney

Banks, an Afghanistan war veteran who has aligned himself closely with Trump, has raised his profile since taking the helm of the Conservative caucus earlier this year. And the 41-year-old media scholar makes it clear that he views his RSC’s communications workshop as superior to the official conference center led …

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COVID capacity restrictions will end in May

Most capacity limits on restaurants, stores, offices and many other sites will be lifted on May 19 in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut as part of a coordinated effort by the hardest-hit region of the world. United States to emerge from the pandemic, officials said. Monday. All limits on …

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