Who Can Replace Asm. Alex DeCroce? [AUDIO]
As legislators on both sides of the aisle continue to mourn the loss of Assembly Republican Leader Alex DeCroce, they must also deal with the fact that business goes on in Trenton.
Gov. Christie Urges Sick Pay Reform Again [VIDEO]
Governor Chris Christie visited a private residence in New Brunswick Wednesday to discuss his reform proposal for public employee sick pay.
Can The Automotive Industry Make A Comeback? [AUDIO]
Before the economic meltdown in 2008, new car dealers in the Garden State were selling about 500,000 new cars and light trucks each year.
Yellow Dot Program Coming to NJ? [AUDIO]
A measure moving through the state legislature would assist emergency care workers at the scene of motor vehicle accidents and other road emergencies.
Will The Consumer Confidence Last? [POLL]
The New York-based Conference Board said its Consumer Confidence Index rose ten points to 64.5 in December, following another big increase in November.
A Strong Link – Social Networking And Substance Use [AUDIO]
In decades past, peer pressure was found mostly on the bus and the hallways of school. The pattern changed recently as more of New Jersey’s youth latched on to the trend of social networking sites.
NJ Foreclosure Numbers – County by County
According to RealtyTrac, the leading online marketplace for foreclosure properties, foreclosures in New Jersey dropped 78 percent in November 2011 compared to one year ago.
Accused Baby Killer Stands Before NJ Judge [VIDEO]
The man charged with murder in the gruesome death of his two-year-old daughter made his initial appearance in a New Jersey court Monday afternoon.
New Search Engine Offers NJ Employment Opportunities [VIDEO]
At the Mercer County One-Stop Career Center on Wednesday, Acting Governor Kim Guadagno and the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development announced the official launch of a job-search engine known as OnRamp.
Federal Assistance Deadline for NJ Approaches [AUDIO]
It’s been more than three months since Hurricane Irene, and now time is running out for New Jersey families, individuals and businesses to register for federal assistance related to the August storm.
Bill Offers Break for Disobedient Drivers [AUDIO]
If a person’s license is suspended, should that person be able to drive anyway? That is the focus of a bill in the New Jersey Assembly that is bound to turn controversial.
New Funding For NJ State Parks [VIDEO]
The cost of operating the New Jersey park system is approximately $39M annually, but the system only generates $8M (21%) each year through fees and leases.