Seismic Testing Proposal Off NJ Coast Gets Resistance [AUDIO]
A proposal for seismic testing off the coast of New Jersey is getting pushback from environmental groups and legislators for not only its potential danger to the ocean and the commercial fishing industry, but the possibility of opening the door for offshore oil drilling.
Grocery Prices Set to Increase? [POLL/AUDIO]
If you've been feeling the pinch at the grocery store checkout, you're not alone. The prices of many staples have been on the rise and could be increasing even more.
Brush Fires Can Affect Dense Communities [AUDIO]
Residents of developed suburban communities may not be accustomed to dealing with brush fires, and last Friday's blaze in Edison showed the danger of the flames.
Reality Shows Not Always What Towns Want [AUDIO]
Television exposure can be a good thing, but one New Jersey community is taking steps to set some guidelines for production crews looking to tape shows there.
Expert: NJ Online Gambling Has a Future [AUDIO]
While online gambling in New Jersey has gotten off to a slow start, it could still have a bright future ahead according to one casino expert.
Monmouth County Prosecutor to Serve Overseas [AUDIO]
Monmouth County Acting Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni will be taking a hiatus from his duties in the Garden State to serve overseas as an attorney for the U.S. Navy.
Monmouth Park Project Could Aid Business [AUDIO]
The proposed expansion at Monmouth Park racetrack has the potential to be very beneficial to communities throughout Monmouth County.
Seaside Heights Stresses Family-Friendly Image [AUDIO]
Seaside Heights was once home to the wild antics of Snooki and The Situation, but the borough is looking to shed that image and become a more family-friendly destination.
Longer Days Only For Underperforming Schools [POLL/AUDIO]
While Gov. Chris Christie supports the idea of a longer school day and expanded school calendar for students, he clarified Thursday that the concept is aimed only at underperforming schools.
Christie: High Taxes, Driving Away Tech Companies [AUDIO]
With technology companies leaving New Jersey for the greener pastures of states like Texas and Florida, Gov. Chris Christie said New Jersey needs to do more to make itself more attractive to businesses.