A new panel would be given one year to find ways to make a college education less expensive in New Jersey and to present recommendations to the legislature, under a measure sent Thursday to Gov. Chris Christie.
The frigid temperatures, biting wind and recent snow have many New Jerseyans dreaming of warmer days in a beach chair, with their feet in the sand and a beverage in hand. Realtors across the state are already fielding calls from vacationers looking to rent a house at the Jersey Shore this summer.
A new panel would be given one year to find ways to make a college education less expensive in New Jersey and to present recommendations to the legislature, under a measure sent Thursday to Gov. Chris Christie that would establish the "College Affordability Study Commission."
The supervisor at the former Monmouth County Youth Detention Center, his wife, and another women were arrested this week as part of a workers' comp fraud case. Ricky and Donna Marter of Manalapan and Christine Bradach of Freehold face charges that range from Theft by Deception and Insurance Fraud to Conspiracy and Perjury counts with regard to a 2010 on the job slip-and-fall accident at the county run facility
A Monmouth County doctor with practices in Colts Neck and Staten Island admits to accepting bribes in exchange for test referrals as part of an elaborate long-running scheme with Parsipanny-based Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services
Is racism still an issue in 2015? Local Ocean County veterans of the civil rights movement believe it is. On WOBM-AM's Townsquare Tonight, South Toms River Mayor Oscar Cradle contended that complacency can easily dismantle all the advances of the civil rights movement. Cradle was one of a distinguished panel of local leaders whose experiences with racism changed their lives.
New Jersey's unemployment rate may be down, but finding a job is still tough in the Garden State. Only 29,000 jobs were added in 2014, according to the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development, and the job market grew only 0.7 percent compared to a 2.1 percent gain for the rest of the nation.
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