Runners finishing the ING New York City Marathon Nov. 4 won’t find their clothing, phones and other belongings waiting for them after officials canceled the baggage-check service that’s been part of the race for decades.
New Jersey’s Senate Budget Committee advanced a $31.7 billion spending plan that includes almost $1.9 billion in one-time revenue measures proposed by Governor Chris Christie. Lawmakers in the Assembly threatened to derail the accord, and Christie signaled he may resist as well.
A disclosure statement explaining the Texas Rangers reorganization plan was approved late yesterday. The bankruptcy judge in Fort Worth, Texas, scheduled a confirmation hearing for July 9 where the professional baseball club will ask for approval of the Chapter 11 plan billed as paying all creditors in full.
Mourners from the world of music and film as well as those from around the block came to pay tribute to singer Whitney Houston at the New Jersey church where she sang as a girl and where her family came yesterday to bury her.