The Best Variety of the 80’s, 90’s and Today
NJ Drivers Will Pay More For Car Repairs
New Jersey drivers with the check-engine light illuminated, should be more concerned that other drivers across the country.
South Jersey Olympian Shows Off Her Gold
Two-time U.S. Women’s Olympic gold medalist Carli Lloyd was back on the soccer fields in South Jersey today to show off her latest asset from the London Olympic games.
Governor Chris Christie Starts The Holiday Weekend With a Beer in Atlantic City
Following an hour long press conference on the Atlantic City boardwalk this afternoon, Governor Chris Christie kicked off Memorial Day weekend by grabbing a beer at the Irish Pub.
Jersey Shore Businesses Gear Up For Summer [AUDIO]
Jersey Shore businesses are prepping for the unofficial start to the summer season, Memorial Day weekend.
Casino Revenue Up Around Nation, Down In NJ [AUDIO]
It’s good news for commercial casinos nationwide, bad news for Atlantic City. While gambling markets in Las Vegas and New York are bouncing back from the recession, New Jersey’s casino revenues remain down.
NJ DEP To Hold Hearings On Public Access To Beaches, Bays
On Wednesday, April 18th, the Department of Environmental Protection will hold public hearings in Avalon and Long Branch on proposed amendments to the Public Access rule. The Public Access rule will enhance public access to New Jersey’s beaches, bays and waterways.
NJ Shore Towns Crack Down On Underage Drinking At House Parties [POLL]
Jersey shore towns are taking steps to crack down further on underage drinking by holding minors responsible for consuming alcohol at house parties, rather than parents or adults who own the home.
Governor Christie Heads To Atlantic City For Revel Preview
In less than a week, the public will get a sneak preview of the highly anticipated opening of the $2.4 billion Revel Resort and Casino in Atlantic City. Tomorrow, Governor Chris Christie gets a tour.
New Jersey Tourism Up in 2011
There’s a sign that a crucial industry for New Jersey is regaining its momentum.
NJ At Risk For Major Flooding From Rising Seas [POLL]
Thousands of New Jersey residents live in homes more prone to flooding from rising seas, according to a new study by a Princeton-based research group, Climate Central.
Route 130: New Jersey’s Most Dangerous Road For Pedestrians [AUDIO]
More than 400 pedestrians were killed on New Jersey’s roadways over the last three years. A new report by the Tri-State Transportation Campaign identifies the most dangerous roads throughout the state.
Vineland Residents Concerned About Developmental Centers [AUDIO]
Governor Christie’s town hall tour made a stop in Vineland, where residents asked about the status of the state’s seven developmental centers, one of which is in their town.