Most Teachers Buying School Supplies with Their Own Money [AUDIO]
Parents are not the only ones doing back to school shopping, teachers are also hitting the stores to buy supplies for their classrooms, and paying largely out of their own pocket.
Stranding Center Deals with Costs of Dolphin Deaths [AUDIO]
With 64 dolphins washing up ashore this summer, the non-profit organization responsible for the study of these animals is facing additional financial burdens.
Many Don’t Understand Their 401k [AUDIO]
A majority of Americans with 401k's are confused about how to manage them and wish there was an easier way to invest.
Federal Sandy Rebuilding Task Force Announces Strategy [AUDIO]
The potential for future flooding and sea level rise is as at the heart of a list of policy initiatives released by the federal Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force on Monday.
Number of Women in the Workplace Remains Flat [AUDIO]
Throughout the past generation, American women were entering the workplace in surging numbers, but since 1990 that number has remained stagnant - with no clear reason as to why.
“Ocean County 16” Celebrate Massive Powerball Victory [VIDEO]
Sixteen everyday Ocean County residents are finding themselves instant millionaires after discovering they had one of the three winning Powerball tickets.
“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Campaign Starts Friday [AUDIO]
Law enforcement across the state will be stepping up enforcement as the national "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign gets underway Friday.
Role of Technology Increases in Classrooms [AUDIO]
Pencils and notebooks are slowly finding themselves being replaced by laptops and tablets when it comes to essential classroom supplies.
“Above Normal” Hurricane Season Expected [AUDIO]
It's the news residents at the Jersey Shore have been dreading, 2013 is expected to have an above normal hurricane season.
Jackson Boy Pulled From Bottom Of Pool
A four year old Jackson boy is revived after drowning in his family's swimming pool.
Legislation Addresses Ocean County’s Heroin Epidemic [AUDIO]
In response to the spike of over dose deaths in Ocean County, largely attributed to heroin and prescription drugs, 10th District legislators are proposing two bills aimed at strengthening drug laws.
Officials Work Towards Future Hurricane Preparation [AUDIO]
With another hurricane season underway, the Department of Environmental Protection is working to ensure the progress made since Sandy does not get obliterated with an errant storm.