Get Ready for Labor Day Fun & a Lot of Traffic
“Pack your patience,” warned Cathleen Lewis, Director of Public Affairs for AAA New Jersey Automobile Club. An estimated 840,300 New Jersey residents are expected to travel 50 miles or more by automobile during the upcoming holiday weekend.
Christie Defends "New Jersey Comeback" [VIDEO/POLL]
Preliminary data released last week by the state Department of Labor indicated another rise in New Jersey’s unemployment rate, as well as a loss of 12,000 jobs. The somber news offered Democrats in Trenton a chance to attack Governor Chris Christie’s claim of a “…
No Facebook Account? That Could Be Trouble [AUDIO/POLL]
Job-seekers have been warned, time and time again, that what they say and post through social media sites can hurt their chances of getting picked for a job. For that reason, many folks have distanced themselves from the social media world by deleting any online profiles they ever created.
South Jersey Storms Could Trigger Price Gouging, Scams [AUDIO]
Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs warned residents about the ways they could be cheated or scammed, and they warned merchants not to take advantage of those in need.
Memorial Day Should be a Hot One
The National Weather Service in Mount Holly said New Jersey’s “first heat event of the season” is possible for Memorial Day weekend; the worst conditions may not be felt until Monday and Tuesday.
Ocean City BYOB Up For Vote [AUDIO]
Ocean City has been a dry town, by law, since 1984. That could change today.
Locals, Tourists React To New Plan For Atlantic City [POLL]
Following the approval of the Atlantic City Tourism District Master Plan, locals and tourists shared their opinions on the new strategy to revive the struggling resort.
Atlantic City – One of the Worst Areas for Finding a Job
When the economy was booming, the casino industry helped the Atlantic City area grow at a faster pace than the rest of the state and nation. Over the last few years, however, the tables have turned and the Atlantic City metro area is recovering slower than most other American cities.