Status Update on NJ’s Armed Forces [AUDIO]
On Thursday, the New Jersey Assembly Military and Veterans Affairs Committee heard testimony on the status of the state Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, as well as the employment situation for service members.
Locals, Tourists React To New Plan For Atlantic City [POLL]
Following the approval of the Atlantic City Tourism District Master Plan, locals and tourists shared their opinions on the new strategy to revive the struggling resort.
Gay Marriage Fight Continues [VIDEO]
Rather than addressing the issue legislatively, Governor Chris Christie (R) suggested putting gay marriage to a public vote. While defending his proposal, he made a comment that has him defending himself again.
Most NJ Companies Go Drug-Free [AUDIO]
According to a new study released by the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, maintaining a drug-free workplace policy enables New Jersey businesses to be more productive and more successful.
How Much Do You Spend on Lunch and Coffee? [POLL]
A new survey from Accounting Principals found the average American worker spends nearly $3,000 a year on coffee and lunch.
Atlantic City – One of the Worst Areas for Finding a Job
When the economy was booming, the casino industry helped the Atlantic City area grow at a faster pace than the rest of the state and nation. Over the last few years, however, the tables have turned and the Atlantic City metro area is recovering slower than most other American cities.
Hearings to Probe Stalled School Projects
Democratic Assemblyman Patrick Diegnan, chairman of the Assembly Education Committee, said he plans to hold investigative hearings next month on the lack of progress with the state’s Schools Development Authority.
Two Years Later, No Real Progress On Marijuana [VIDEO]
Wednesday marked the two-year anniversary of the legalization of medical marijuana in New Jersey.
Retail Growth May Slow in 2012 [AUDIO]
On Monday, the National Retail Federation predicted retail sales will rise 3.4% to $2.53 trillion in 2012. In 2011, sales grew 4.7%.
An Attempt To Reverse Cuts At NJ School Libraries [AUDIO]
The recent economic downturn has resulted in budget cuts on every level, but one spot where it is quite evident is school libraries.