Atlantic City Officials Announce New Safety Initiatives [AUDIO]
The revitalization of Atlantic City continues as New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa along with city and state officials announce new initiatives that will create what they hope is a safer tourism district.
Brick Expands Red Light Camera Pilot Program [POLL]
Brick Township is another one of Jersey’s towns to install red light cameras at several intersections as part of a pilot project, but there remains a concern that the cameras do more to bring money into towns than keep people safe.
New Septic Laws Could Bolster Current System [AUDIO]
Monday’s drowning death of a two year Lakewood girl after she fell into a septic drain is undeniably a tragedy, however are there regulations which could have prevented this?
Medical Marijuana Rally Raises Awareness For PTSD Use [AUDIO]
The debate of medical marijuana in New Jersey continues as members of the Monmouth Patients Group will be holding a demonstration against what they feel is the unjust prosecution of a man arrested for using marijuana to treat his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Ocean County College Helps Students "Pay it Forward"
Succeeding in college takes perseverance and determination, however it can be difficult to do well academically when you’re hungry. Ocean County College is noticing more students than ever are having a hard time affording to buy themselves dinner or lunch.
Ocean County College Seeks Apology For Statements made By Faculty Association Reps
Ocean County College says allegation launched against them by a former faculty member and the NJEA are false and they are prepared to fight them with legal action if need be.
New Monmouth Park Leaseholder Means Big Changes For Oceanport
After a long waiting filled with twists and turns between the NJSEA and the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association, the NJTHA is finally awarded a five year lease for Monmouth Park Race Track.
Dept of Treasury Wants All Social Security Recipients To Switch To E-Payments
The clock is winding down, the Department of Treasury will be switching to an all electronic form of payment.
Jackson Memorial Marching Band Needs Your Help Getting To Rose Parade [AUDIO]
The Jackson Memorial High School Jaguars Marching Band has their eyes set on the west coast to perform at the 2013 Parade of the Roses in Pasadena California.
Lakewood Constructing Affordable Housing In Township
A partnership between Lakewood and three charity organizations is hoping affordable housing will help people settle down in the Township.
South Plainfield Fire Kills 5 Including 4 Children [VIDEO]
A fast-burning fire destroyed half of a South Plainfield duplex home early Thursday, killing five members of a family and injuring four others, authorities said. Relatives and neighbors said the dead included several children.
NJ Duo Teams With Pro Wrestling Champ Kurt Angle To Tackle Bullying [AUDIO]
An unlikely partnership between two Shore-area natives and Pro Wrestling Champion Kurt Angle are teaming up hoping to teach kids about the importance of standing up and preventing bullying.