NJ Rich Get Richer, Poor Grow Poorer [AUDIO]
When the proverbial money pie depicting the distribution of income in New Jersey during the past decade finally was divided, the rich gained by far the biggest helping, while most others in the state wound up with slim pickings – if even that.
Do You Have a Hard Time Unplugging From Work? [POLL/AUDIO]
You use it everyday. You make calls on it, check your email, maybe do some research on it while your having lunch. A majority of New Jersey residents have cell phone addiction.
No Jobs Lead More Young People To Grad School
With the job market so dismal for young people, many are deciding to go back to grad school. But is it worth it?
Banks Still Charging Consumers Unexpected Fees [AUDIO]
Pay close attention to your checking account.
NJ’s Halfway Houses Under Scrutiny During Hearing [AUDIO]
New Jersey lawmakers heard conflicting reports of life at the state’s privately run halfway houses during a Thursday hearing in Trenton.
Recent College Grads Suffer Major Remorse [AUDIO]
Are you a recent college grad suffering from major remorse?
NJ Mother Pushes For Bill To Help Curb Drug Deaths [AUDIO]
With a national spike in drug deaths, advocates are pushing for bills that would shield people from prosecution if they are in possession of a small amount of drugs but seek medical help for themselves or someone else after an overdose.
NJ Red Light Camera Lawsuit Battle Heating Up [POLL/AUDIO]
The battle over lawsuits involving red light cameras wages on. South Jersey towns claim their amber lights have been timed correctly all along. A lawyer handling a major class action suit disagrees.
Would Your House Be Protected In A Disaster? [AUDIO]
Hurricanes, fires, wind damage. Both car and home insurance deductibles are going up and are not covering as much as they used to.
Could Your Electric Bills Drop Next Summer? [AUDIO]
Your electric bill might be lower next summer as Governor Christie announces recent federal approval of three new natural gas plants in the state.