New Report Shows Increase In Poor Children In New Jersey, Nationwide [AUDIO]
A new report on poor kids shows their numbers have increased in New Jersey by 24 percent since the year 2000.
The Stock Market Continues To Gain [AUDIO]
The stock market continues its slow upward movement. One Jersey expert sees a combination of quiet optimism and a calming of economic fears that plagued us for part of last year.
New Jerseyans Carry High Credit Card Debt [POLL]
While we struggle to get back on our feet from the great recession, New Jerseyans are still toting around the fourth-highest credit card debt in the country.
Jersey Fruit Growers Worried About The Mild Winter [AUDIO]
Great winter in Jersey, mild temps, low snow. Not so great if you are a Jersey fruit farmer worried about premature budding.
Atlantic City Continues To Emphasize Its Non-Gambling Future [POLL]
The new face of Atlantic City will transform the town’s gambling halls into multi-faceted destinations, and that change is already underway.
Jersey Congressman Proposes Limits On Arsenic In Apple Juice [AUDIO]
A New Jersey Congressman is getting behind an effort to tighten restrictions on the amount of arsenic and lead permitted in apple juice.
Used Car Supply Drops, Prices Rise [AUDIO]
If you are seeking to buy a used car right now, be prepared for some sticker shock.
Legislation To Establish Taxpayer Advocate Advances [AUDIO]
A bill to set up a State office of the Taxpayer Advocate has advanced in Trenton.
Is Rise in Highway Fatalities Linked to Safety Inspection Elimination? [AUDIO]
Did eliminating vehicle safety inspections influence rising highway fatalities in New Jersey? One observer says it’s a possability.
Bill To Increase Mandatory Stay In School Age Passes Committee [AUDIO]
Legislation to raise New Jersey’s compulsory school attendance age has passed a committee test in Trenton.