Are NJ’s Property Taxes Going Up Again? [AUDIO]
New Jersey’s property taxes rose 2.4% in 2011, according to data from a state website. Governor Christie says the numbers fail to include property tax credits and the number is closer to 1.7%.
Super Bowl Means Super-Betting In NJ [AUDIO]
The Super Bowl is the biggest betting day of the year for sports fans and with the New York Giants in the big game Sunday, it’s likely to cause a gambling explosion in the Garden State.
NJ: Still 3rd Highest Car Insurance In Nation
A new study shows that New Jersey has kept its place as having the 3rd most expensive car insurance in the nation.
School Mold Making Children Sick [AUDIO]
Studies show nearly a third of schools have mold, dust and other indoor air problems that could be making your children sick.
Christie Questioned About Closure Of Catholic Schools [AUDIO]
Governor Christie continued his town hall tour in Cumberland County, where a majority of those in attendance questioned him about the closure of catholic schools across the state.
Vineland Residents Concerned About Developmental Centers [AUDIO]
Governor Christie’s town hall tour made a stop in Vineland, where residents asked about the status of the state’s seven developmental centers, one of which is in their town.
NJ Town Using Red Spotlights To Catch Criminals [VIDEO]
The East Orange Police Department is installing red light spotlights to remotely shine on those authorities believe are about to commit a crime.
School Lunches Get Healthier, NJ Ahead Of Nation [AUDIO]
School lunches get a healthy makeover, but New Jersey is already ahead of the nation.
Homelessness Down Nationwide, Up In NJ [AUDIO]
A nationwide report shows the number of homeless fell 1% over the last two years, but homeless advocates say things are actually getting worse.
Bill To Aid Families Of Fallen Officers Advances In Senate [AUDIO]
The state Senate Law and Public Safety committee approved a bill that would allow New Jersey to pick up the burial tab for first responders killed in the line of duty.
NJ’s Educational Leaders Push For Infrastructure Upgrades [AUDIO]
Citing infrastructure needs that have gone unaddressed for years, New Jersey’s educational leaders told the Senate Higher Education committee that more funding is necessary in order to keep the state’s colleges and universities competitive.
More Waste And Abuse In NJ’s Pension System [AUDIO]
Its another example of New Jersey taxpayers paying for pension waste and abuse.