Richie Sambora Discusses Drug Dangers [AUDIO/VIDEO]
Crowds lined up for hours at the Pine Belt Arena buzzing about the appearance of former Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora. It wasn't a concert but rather the third installment of the Ocean County Prosecutor's seminars on the dangers of heroin.
NJ Utility Companies Prep For Summer [AUDIO]
As the official start of summer approaches, utility companies in New Jersey are preparing themselves for the inevitable spike in power demand as the thermometer rises.
Many Beaches in Pre-Sandy Conditions [AUDIO]
Although Superstorm Sandy left New Jersey beaches battered, much of the state's coast is stronger than ever going into summer 2014.
Tourism Officials Look Forward to Summer [AUDIO]
The upcoming Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the 2014 summer tourism season in New Jersey, but it's also the first time Sandy won't be the first thing on the minds of tourism officials.
Boating Deaths Remain Steady in NJ [AUDIO]
While boating deaths are decreasing nationwide, a Coast Guard report finds they're remaining steady in the Garden State.
Ocean County Charity Needs Help Rebuilding After Toms River Fire [AUDIO]
After helping thousands of Superstorm Sandy victims rebuild their lives, an Ocean County charity finds itself with no place to go after losing everything in Thursday's fire in downtown Toms River.
Hiring Still Strong for NJ Tourism Industry [AUDIO]
With the summer tourism season just ahead, there are still many jobs available in the state's hospitality, tourism and retail industries.
Menendez Lends Support to Joint Base
Though the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst has not been listed on the list of potential base closures, Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) has joined the growing list of officials voicing their support for the military instillation.
Millennials: The Volunteer Generation [AUDIO]
In the final installment of our five-part series, “Millennials,” we discuss how people of this generation are doing volunteer work as a way to learn valuable skills and make connections while they continue to search for work.
Sandy Rental Assistance Runs Out [AUDIO]
As of Thursday, rental assistance for Sandy victims through the Federal Emergency Management Agency has run out, leaving 1,300 people in the lurch according to the Wall Street Journal.
Protecting Your Home From Brush Fires [AUDIO]
Brush fire season in New Jersey is off to a hot start after last week's fire in Berkeley Township, and fire officials are counting on controlled burns to keep the flames tamed.
Online Gambling Attracts Out-of-State Gamers [AUDIO]
While online gambling is picking up steam in New Jersey, it's also building a solid following from out-of-state players who would rather just cross the border into North Jersey to play.