A Strong Link – Social Networking And Substance Use [AUDIO]
In decades past, peer pressure was found mostly on the bus and the hallways of school. The pattern changed recently as more of New Jersey’s youth latched on to the trend of social networking sites.
NJ Foreclosure Numbers – County by County
According to RealtyTrac, the leading online marketplace for foreclosure properties, foreclosures in New Jersey dropped 78 percent in November 2011 compared to one year ago.
Be Careful This Holiday Season [AUDIO]
With great joy comes great risk. The holiday season offers several opportunities for danger and tragedy. A Camden expert is offering some prevention tips.
Analyzing NJ’s Court System [AUDIO]
Good news for Atlantic County – it’s no longer listed as a “judicial hellhole” in a report from the American Tort Reform Foundation. However, experts say New Jersey’s legal system still has a lot of work to do to reach perfection.
Stopping Child Sexual Abuse Before It Starts [VIDEO]
Outside the New Jersey State House on Thursday, Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey and the NJ Partnership to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse announced the launch of the Enough Abuse Campaign in the Garden State.
NJ Residents In Danger Of Losing Lifeline [AUDIO]
A safety net for tens of thousands of New Jersey residents could soon vanish, if Congress does not act before the end of the year to extend unemployment benefits for those out of work between 26 and 99 weeks.
MVC Clerks Caught in License Crime Ring [VIDEO]
At a packed press conference in Newark, New Jersey Attorney General Paula Dow announced indictments charging 40 people with participating in criminal rings that illegally sold New Jersey digital driver’s licenses to unauthorized persons.
Accused Baby Killer Stands Before NJ Judge [VIDEO]
The man charged with murder in the gruesome death of his two-year-old daughter made his initial appearance in a New Jersey court Monday afternoon.
Rally Demands School Choice Passage [VIDEO]
Transported by nearly 60 charter buses, thousands of parents, students and educators rallied on the State House steps Thursday in support of the Opportunity Scholarship Act (OSA).
New Search Engine Offers NJ Employment Opportunities [VIDEO]
At the Mercer County One-Stop Career Center on Wednesday, Acting Governor Kim Guadagno and the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development announced the official launch of a job-search engine known as OnRamp.