High Heels Putting Women At Risk [AUDIO]
They may look nice, they make us look taller and our legs look longer, but high heeled shoes could put you at risk for muscle injury. That’s according to a new study.
NJ Homeowners Get $762M In Foreclosure Settlement [VIDEO]
New Jersey homeowners will receive an estimated $762 million in direct relief as part of the $25 billion settlement between five mortgage lenders and 49 states.
New Jerseyans Lukewarm On U-S Senate Race [AUDIO]
When it comes to the U-S Senate race in New Jersey, voters are lukewarm on giving Democratic Incumbent Bob Menendez a second term.
Interest Rates Low, Investment Risks High [AUDIO]
Following the Federal Reserve’s announcement that interest rates are expected to remain low until at least 2014, the New Jersey Bureau of Securities is cautioning investors in the Garden State to beware of risky investments.
Small Businesses In New Jersey Want Even Playing Field [AUDIO]
Small business owners in New Jersey think big corporations don’t pay their fair share of taxes. This according to a scientific nationwide survey of small business owners by the American Sustainable Business Council, Main Street Alliance and Small Business Majority.
Gas Prices To Continue Upward [AUDIO]
You may have noticed, you’re paying a bit more at the gas pump these days. Those prices are expected to go even higher in March and April.
More Transparency For Patients In New Jersey [AUDIO]
If you’re in need of a same-day medical procedure, you now have a new tool at your fingertips that will help you make an informed decision on the best facility to have it done.
New Jersey’s Job Market Improving [AUDIO]
The number of people filing for unemployment benefits may be up slightly in New Jersey and across the nation, but the longer-term trend is pointing to a healthier job market.
New Jersey’s Business Climate Ranks Dead Last [AUDIO]
New Jersey ranks worst in the country for its business climate. That’s according to a report by the non-profit Tax Foundation which cites the state’s high income taxes, property taxes, sales taxes and corporate taxes.
Is New Jersey’s Drinking Water At Risk? [AUDIO]
If there is a leak or accident at a local nuclear power plant, the drinking water for 3,286,373 people in New Jersey could be at risk of radioactive contamination.