Governor Christie Pushes For Tax Cut In Manasquan [VIDEO/AUDIO]
Governor Chris Christie is back in New Jersey, hitting the beach in Monmouth County for the first stop of his so called “endless summer tax relief tour.”
Credit Rates Rising Again For Consumers [AUDIO]
More bad news for consumers. Banks have been raising rates on all credit card users this year.
Schools Nationwide Cut Back On Gym Classes [AUDIO]
Is your child getting enough physical activity in school? As schools continue to push for more rigorous curriculum, they are leaving little to no time for gym class.
New Jersey Law Enforcement Steps Up Efforts To Combat Human Trafficking [AUDIO]
Human trafficking is a big, yet often overlooked problem throughout the country.
NJ Legislator Calls For Medical Marijuana Hearings [AUDIO]
Two years into New Jersey’s medical marijuana program, yet no dispensary is open for business. The prime sponsor of the legislation is now pushing for hearings to find out why there’s been a delay.
NJ Helmets To Hardhats Program Returns For Military Vets
To help New Jersey’s military veterans, the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development announced today that nearly $190,000 in funding will be provided to the New Jersey Building and Construction Trades Council’s (NJBCTC) Helmets to Hardhats program.
Asbury Park Repeals Bathing Suit Ban Law [POLL/AUDIO]
It’s no longer illegal to wear a bathing suit on the boardwalk in Asbury Park.
Cops Bust Sales of Synthetic Pot At Jersey Shore [AUDIO]
There were boardwalk raids in Cape May County Wednesday as New Jersey law enforcement officials continue to crack down on the sale of synthetic marijuana at shops up and down the shore.
New Jersey Students Say Schoolwork Is Too Easy [POLL/AUDIO]
Do schools do enough to challenge our kids? A new study from the Center For American Progress finds that New Jersey students say schoolwork is far too easy.
South Jersey Mayors Worried About Trooper Shortage [AUDIO]
South Jersey mayors, in rural towns where State Police patrol, are growing increasingly concerned at the number of trooper retirements with no replacements.