As Hurricane Joaquin Moves Closer, Power Companies Make Preparations
As the strengthening Hurricane Joaquin bears down on the Garden State, the major utility companies are monitoring and making preparations to contend with the situation. The storm will offer the power companies a chance to implement many of the lessons learned during Sandy nearly three years ago...
An Alarming and Deadly Trend in the Garden State
Drowning is one of the most preventable causes of death in the United States, and new data shows an alarming trend in the Garden State.
South Jersey Hospitals Ramp Up for Pope’s Philly visit
With the impending arrival of Pope Francis this weekend in Philadelphia, many South Jersey hospitals are working with planning officials to prepare for the huge crowds and expected logistical hurdles.
NJ Ranks Near Bottom for Drivers
As if New Jersey drivers do not face enough daily commuting hurdles, a new survey officially sums up how bad the experience can often be.
5 facts about Toms River’s Todd Frazier
While this week's Home Run Derby performance catapulted Todd Frazier to the center of the sports world, the 29-year-old's baseball talents have been well-known around the Garden State for nearly two decades. Here five things to know about the New Jersey native as he makes his first All-Star Game start tonight in Cincinnati...
South Jersey Non-Profit Supports Sick Children and Families
Since 1983, the Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey has provided a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill and injured children, who are being treated at nearby hospitals.
South Jersey coalition continues breast cancer fight
As we recognize October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the South Jersey Breast Cancer Coalition is working to eradicate the disease through education, advocacy and action.
Area Towns Brace for Super Bowl Rush [SERIES/AUDIO]
This week, we are taking a look at Super Bowl 48′s impact on New Jersey as part of a special five-day series. In the final part today, area mayors discuss the impending madness headed to their towns.
Feds Auditing Christie’s Sandy Ad Spending, Pallone Says
A federal audit of Sandy aid money used to produce "Stronger than the Storm" TV commercials was described as "routine and standard" by Gov. Christie's office Monday. The Democratic congressman who sought the audit says otherwise.
“Lisa’s Light Foundation” Pushes for Domestic Violence Awareness [AUDIO]
An Ocean County charity is honoring a friend and family member, who's life was tragically cut short following a vicious cycle of domestic violence.
“Ask The Governor” Tonight At 7PM With Chris Christie
Governor Christie makes his first appearance of 2013 at the New Jersey 101.5 studios for "Ask The Governor."
Grab-N-Go Information For Barrier Island Residents
Beginning today, some residents of Ocean County barrier islands are being allowed a short return home for a "grab-n-go."