Paying Tolls With Pennies Allowed, But Frowned Upon [AUDIO/VIDEO]
If you’ve ever tried to pay your toll on the Turnpike or the Parkway with pennies, you might have a problem.
Are Jersey Lawmakers Really Representing Us? [AUDIO]
Do you feel satisfied with how your elected officials are representing you?
Snowy Winter Predictions Not Panning Out [AUDIO]
Last year at this time the Garden state was buried under several feet of snow – and new storms were sweeping in every couple of days.
Got Any Ideas About How To Improve Atlantic City? [AUDIO]
Do you have any specific ideas about what it will take to turn the tide in Atlantic City, bring in more visitors and increase gaming revenues?
Governor Christie Again Demands An End to Sick Day Payouts
Governor Christie is once calling on Jersey lawmakers in the Assembly and State Senate to eliminate cash payouts for retiring State workers who don’t use their sick days.
Will NJ’s New Energy Master Plan Save You Money? [AUDIO]
Governor Christie has put forth a finalized Energy Master Plan for the Garden state.
Governor Chris Christie Argues With Retired Teacher At Town Hall [AUDIO]
During Governor Christie’s Town Hall meeting in West New York today, a man who identified himself only as a retired teacher accused the Governor of planting questions in the audience.
Towns Consider New Strategies To Cut Costs [AUDIO]
A new survey by the New Jersey League of Municipalities finds an increasing number of Garden state towns are pulling out all stops to save money and cut costs.
Postal Service Looks To Avoid Bankruptcy [POLL]
The U.S. Postal Service is planning significant cutbacks at mail processing plants across the country – to save an estimated 3 billion dollars and prevent a plunge into bankruptcy.
NJ Teen Drivers Could Soon Need More Training [AUDIO]
An Assembly Committee has released legislation that’s designed to make sure teen drivers get more adult supervision – and training behind the wheel – before they get their graduated drivers license.
Your Child’s School Bus Could Soon Be Displaying Ads [AUDIO]
In these tough economic times, local school boards may soon get the go-ahead to place advertisements on the sides of their school buses.