Weather Not Boosting Weak Economy [POLL/AUDIO]
The constant heat and lack of rain has had folks flocking to Jersey’s coast, but shore merchants haven’t claimed victory yet. Shore visitors may have been digging their toes into the sand, but they haven’t been digging into their pockets...
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.
Rip Current App Designed to Share Info, Save Lives [AUDIO]
The “ocean’s deadliest trick,” or rip currents, caused tens of thousands of rescues nationwide last year. They have proved deadly on many occasions, and their threat becomes a more pressing concern as the temperatures spike and people head to the shore. Still, researchers’ understanding of rip currents is somewhat limited.
Memorial Day Warning, It’s Gonna Be HOT!
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.
Teen Tanning Ban Approved in NJ Assembly [AUDIO]
On Thursday, the full New Jersey Assembly voted in favor of a bill that would make it illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to use a tanning bed, regardless of whether they have obtained parental permission. The measure has been sailing through the lower house since a Nutley mother was accused of taking her then five year old daughter into a tanning booth, where the kindergartner allegedly sustai
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.