Atlantic Club’s Days are Numbered [AUDIO]
The Atlantic Club Casino in Atlantic City, formerly the Golden Nugget, will be closing its doors for good on Jan. 13 after a ruling from a federal bankruptcy judge.
Rutgers Marching Band Lands Super Bowl Gig [AUDIO]
Regardless of which teams represent the National Football League in Super Bowl XLVIII, the uniforms of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights will be on the field.
Post-Christmas Gift Return Rush Begins [AUDIO]
Whether it's a DVD they already owned, or a sweater that's way too big, the day after Christmas is when people flock to stores to make their returns.
Warm Spell Kills White Christmas Chance [AUDIO]
If you're dreaming of a white Christmas, keep dreaming.
NJ Cracks Down on Drunk Drivers During the Holidays [AUDIO]
If you plan on getting a little too merry this month and decide to hit the road while impaired, be warned: police across the state will be out in force as part of the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" initiative.
Fighting Heroin Addiction in Ocean County [AUDIO]
Ocean County is taking more steps to fight a heroin epidemic that's partially to blame for 102 drug overdose deaths this year, nearly double the amount from 2012.
Seaside Rebuilds Once Again After Fire [AUDIO]
For the first time in decades, nothing separates the beaches of Seaside Heights and Seaside Park and its respective communities.
Black Friday More Than Shopping for Many [AUDIO]
Every Black Friday, the infamous shopping day after Thanksgiving, is a madhouse that we cannot seem to get enough of.
Abortion Opponents Target Affordable Care Act
A group of Ocean County anti-abortion advocates have issues with the Affordable Care Act.
Monmouth Democrats Focus On “Building Block” Election
A trying night for Monmouth County Democrats as Governor Christie and county Republicans steamroll in their respective election.
Residents Light Up NJ One Year After Sandy
A year after Sandy plunged the state into darkness; New Jerseyans commemorated the anniversary of the storm by illuminating the night.
National Academy Of Sciences Holds Public Forum In Toms River
The National Academy of Sciences visits Oyster Creek in Lacey Township as part of its study on the lessons learned from the Fukushima nuclear accident and how to improve safety measures domestically.