Jersey Shore police officers to help with security at Trump inauguration
The Wildwood police officers won't know their responsibilities until they arrive in the nation's capitol.
How to make a 2017 resolution you won’t give up on before February
Psychologists in New Jersey say there are ways to successfully fulfill promises made for 2017.
SBA lending to women-owned businesses in NJ jumps during fiscal 2016
Loan approvals to New Jersey women business owners increased by 26 percent this year.
$26M earmarked for NJ’s war against opiate and heroin addiction
New Jersey will receive about $26 million in federal funding to help combat the state's opiate and heroin epidemic.
Getting a delivery? How to keep the Grinch from stealing your Christmas
It happens every holiday season: Packages are stolen from New Jersey porches.
How to avoid ‘festive’ weight gain this holiday season
You can enjoy the holiday season without over indulging and gaining festive pounds before the new year.
Thousands of Jersey Shore residents still not home 4 years after Sandy
As the four year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches this month, a number of impacted families from Monmouth and Ocean counties remain displaced. "Of the 260,000 households that were affected by the storm, there are still several thousand that have not been able to return home," said Maureen Mulligan, executive director for Coastal Habitat for Humanity based in Spring Lake Heights
It’s September, but 34 million Americans have started holiday shopping
The holiday season is still about three months away, but millions have already starting buying gifts.
Child Athletes Will Face Loss, Rejection: A NJ Expert’s Advice for Parents
As sports tryouts begin with the new school year, many New Jersey parents will be faced with disappointed players who won't make the final cut.
How NJ parents can stop the spread of back-to-school germs
It's only a matter of time before many New Jersey parents will be dealing with colds, stomach viruses and pink eye — common contact driven bugs easily spread in classrooms.
Your Kid Needs a Backpack: What You Need to Know About Safety
Backpacks that are too heavy or worn incorrectly could cause health problems for years.
Back to School Time: How to Get Your Kids Back to a Sleep Routine
If you've let your children stay up later than normal all summer, it's time to wean them back into a sleep routine as the new school year approaches.