Some New Jersey legislators are worried that so-called "teen nights," where kids can hang out, dance a little and possibly meet that special someone, could be happening in places that employ sexual predators.
Gov. Chris Christie's high approval rating in Tuesday's Monmouth University-Asbury Park Press poll is no surprise, but this is: For the first time ever in the survey, property taxes are not at least tied for the number-one concern of New Jersey residents.
A New Jersey Assembly Transportation Committee hearing did not determine if unannounced lane closures near the George Washington Bridge were payback for Fort Lee's mayor failing to endorse Gov. Chris Christie, but it did raise new questions for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
A popular mass transit tax break, which saves the typical New Jersey commuter hundreds of dollars a year, will be cut in half at the beginning of the New Year, unless Congress acts quickly to renew it.
More and more people are paying bills and doing banking online these days because it's very convenient, but it can also be dangerous if you're not careful because your personal and financial information is out there in a scammers playground.
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