Worries Grow About Deflation [AUDIO]
As the economic recovery slowly continues, instead of worrying about inflation or a double-dip recession, there is increasing concern being voiced by financial experts about the possibility of deflation.
Governor Christie Could Soon Face Gay Marriage Decision [VIDEO]
With a same-sex marriage bill being fast-tracked by democratic leaders in Trenton, the measure could soon pass both Houses of the Legislature and head to Governor Christie’s desk for consideration.
New Casino Offers New Hope For Atlantic City [AUDIO]
When the new Revel resort and casino opens in the spring, it’s expected to give Atlantic City, and the entire south Jersey region an economic shot in the arm – but there is concern in some circles the 2-point-4 billion dollar project will simply draw gamblers away from other ca…
Snowy Winter Predictions Not Panning Out [AUDIO]
Last year at this time the Garden state was buried under several feet of snow – and new storms were sweeping in every couple of days.
Lawmaker Wants To Improve DYFS Investigations [AUDIO]
The Federal Monitor overseeing efforts to improve the Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services says good progress is being made, but there’s a lot more work to be done.
Some Jersey Drivers Avoid Toll Hikes [POLL]
After tolls on the Turnpike and the Parkway went up 50 percent on Sunday, there was a lot of speculation that some drivers might decide to avoid the toll roads to save money.
Consumer Affairs Crack Down On Contractor Fraud [AUDIO]
Twelve unregistered, home improvement contractors are facing a variety of charges following an undercover sting operation by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs – at a home along the Passaic River in Lyndhurst that was severely flooded after hurricane Irene.
Got Any Ideas About How To Improve Atlantic City? [AUDIO]
Do you have any specific ideas about what it will take to turn the tide in Atlantic City, bring in more visitors and increase gaming revenues?
Job Prospects For College Grads May Be Improving [AUDIO]
Jersey’s largest collegiate Career Fair is coming up at Rutgers University tomorrow – and there’s some good news for seniors who will soon be graduating and looking for work.
Cover Tracks During Job Search [AUDIO]
A recent survey found 4 out of 5 Jersey employees will be looking for new job opportunities in 2012.
The New Year Brings A Big New Toll Increase [AUDIO]
Many commuters who use the Turnpike and the Parkway to travel to work are getting a nasty shock today – tolls have been increased 50 percent!
Jersey Residents Concerned About Child Sex Abuse [AUDIO]
The case of an assistant principal accused of videotaping teenage boys in the shower of a Somerville high school is but the latest in a series of disturbing stories involving teachers, coaches and priests accused of child sex assault.