NJ’s Top Jobs Pay More
The top jobs in the Garden State all have a few things in common - they pay above the national average and they're in the fastest growing fields.
Poll: New Jerseyans are divided on gun issues
A majority of gun rights and gun control advocates support Gov. Chris Christie vetoing a bill limiting firearm magazine size, but an even larger majority opposes the governor's decision not to meet with parents of victims from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
FMERA Looks to Purchase Land
The group tasked with redeveloping the land that once housed Fort Monmouth is hoping to purchase the remaining real estate from the U.S. government.
Casino Closings Cause Challenge
Atlantic City's shrinking casino revenues aren't just bad for the gambling industry, they're also affecting the small businesses in the resort city who rely on the gaming houses to drive tourism.
Female Little Leaguer Helping Toms River
The Toms River Little League All-Stars are once again making a run for the world championship, this time making history as well, by being only one of a handful of hopefuls with a female on the squad.
Bill would require certified mold technicians
Believe it or not, there aren't many requirements be a mold remediation technician in New Jersey, but new legislation aims to change that.
$20 Million Jackpot winners
A $20 million Pick 6 jackpot will be split among members of a large Ocean County family.
Atlantic City mayor Don Guardian believes buyers will be found for Revel, Showboat, and the Atlantic Club.
Beach Operations to Counties?
A proposed bill that would allow Jersey shore counties to take over beach operations from local communities if towns request it, isn't generating much support from either Republicans or Democrats.
Thunderbirds, Golden Knights return for AC Airshow
One of the biggest draws of the Atlantic City Air Show returns next month. Both the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and the Army Golden Knights flight teams will be performing in the Aug. 13 show.
Removing Minimum Boating Age
Boating is a popular pastime in the Garden State and a proposed bill from Assemblyman Erik Peterson would allow children to participate in the hobby by removing the minimum age at which a person can obtain a boating license.
Officials: Future Tent City Plans Would Have to have Structure
After a protest in Lakewood saw former Tent City residents ask the government for land in order to build a homeless community, the Township deputy mayor said any future projects from the groups would require more structure.