Atlantic City Bargain Room Rates May Cheapen Resort’s Image [AUDIO/POLL]
Some Atlantic City hotel room rates have been dropping in late winter. Critics of the marketing strategy fear it may give the resort a, “bargain basement” aura.
Bill To Crack Down On Road Rage Advances [AUDIO]
Legislation to crack down on road rage in New Jersey has been approved by an Assembly committee. It’s been dubbed, “Jessica Roger’s law.”
Positive Job Sign: More Workers Switching Positions [AUDIO]
Many see this as a positive in the jobs recovery effort: the number of workers quitting to take a new job is on the rise.
New Jersey Women Make Progress In Holding State Office [AUDIO]
New Jersey women have made progress in the battle to gain equal political representation.
Stocks Plunge On Global Economic Concerns [AUDIO]
Stock markets saw their worst declines of 2012 Tuesday around Global economic fears.
This Is Problem Gambling Awareness Month In New Jersey [AUDIO]
March is, “Problem Gambling Awareness Month” in New Jersey, to focus on an old problem and help for those who need it.
Warm Winter May Portend A Bad Mosquito Season In New Jersey [AUDIO]
While many of us have been enjoying a no-snow, warm winter, New Jersey may have to “pay the piper” for the mild weather. Some have reported seeing mosquitoes as early as mid-February.
It’s a Bacteria-Laden World… Or Is It? [AUDIO]
One researcher says he has found a bacteria level on an office desktop 400 times higher than a toilet seat. But a New Jersey scientist says don’t panic.
Less Tree Nuts Increases Lyme Disease Risk [AUDIO]
Experts are concerned that a low supply of acorns and other tree nuts this year may translate into increased Lyme disease risk.
No Snow This Winter, Drought Later In The Year? [AUDIO]
No snow in much of New Jersey this winter at a time when we can usually count on the white stuff to cover lawns and sidewalks. But will the water supply come up short later this year because of the sparse snowfall?