Thanks to the worst recession since the Great Depression, and the lingering recovery, the “American dream” has shifted. No longer does the average American pray for the perfect job and a line of luxury cars in the driveway. They long for something more basic – a home, some type of employment and enough money to satisfy some of their extra needs.
How would you like to place bets in an Atlantic City casino while you’re hanging by the pool or waiting for dinner to arrive? Under legislation advanced Monday by the Assembly Appropriations Committee, that would be possible.
Have you noticed some upscale changes to your local mall? Chances are, the answer is yes. Malls across the Garden State have been, and are, going through major renovations to create a more welcoming feel for customers.
A study released this week in the journal Pediatrics found more than 45,000 children under age three were sent to emergency rooms between 1991 and 2010, due to accidents with bottles, pacifiers and sippy cups.
Second fiddle is not the instrument for Governor Chris Christie, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Most New Jersey voters (52%) said Christie would not be satisfied as vice president if he were to run on the ticket with presidential hopeful Mitt Romney.
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