Can You Afford NJ When You Retire? Most Americans Worried About Having Enough
While retirement is a concern for all Americans, it is especially daunting for many in the Garden State.
White Horse Pike in Atlantic County Among New Jersey’s Deadliest Roads for Pedestrians
Crossing these roads could get you killed.
NJ Bars Load Up on Beer and Corned Beef for St. Patrick’s Day
Although the unofficial celebrations started earlier in March, New Jersey bars are gearing up for this week's official St. Patrick's Day.
Atlantic City’s Sports Industry Prime for Breakout Success
With Atlantic City under more pressure than ever to increase revenue, especially non-gambling, its growing sports tourism industry is beginning to deliver in a big way.
Cape May County Embracing Digital Marketing to Boost Tourism
The mobile device obsession is providing some New Jersey tourism officials an opportunity to draw more visitors to their counties.
More Than One-Third of NJ Residents Not Getting Enough Sleep
You probably feel it every morning when you begin your daily trek to work, and now a study confirms that many of us are not getting enough sleep per night.
How Many of Your Facebook Friendships Really Matter?
Even though, you just celebrated Friendship Day last week, how many Facebook friends would you call during a crisis? Who would you turn to in a moment of urgent need? A new study in the Royal Society Open Science Journal examined the quality of our Facebook friendships and whether we prefer a big group of close friends...
Annual Count Tracks NJ’s Homeless Population
On Wednesday, all 21 New Jersey counties will participate in the #NJCounts 2016, where volunteers search for and identify homeless residents around the state.
How Low Can NJ Gas Prices Go?
It is one of the few things you can buy in New Jersey where the price is actually falling.
More People Leave NJ Than Any Other State, Study Shows
This may not be a surprise for those considering leaving New Jersey, but the Garden State carries another dubious ranking in a national study.
When Will Seals Migrate to New Jersey?
The unseasonably warm start to winter has delayed the arrival of some annual visitors to the Garden State.
Goal: Zero Fatalities on NJ Roads Saturday
Buckle up. Hang up the phone. Drive sober. We all know the rules — and Saturday, New Jersey's reminding us to embrace them as it aims for zero fatalities on the roads.