More and more people are paying bills and doing banking online these days because it's very convenient, but it can also be dangerous if you're not careful because your personal and financial information is out there in a scammers playground.
After Hurricane Irene and then again after Superstorm Sandy, tens of thousands of New Jersey families were without power for days. A new bill moving through the state legislature could make it easier for those families to know when they can go back home.
Lakewood Deputy Mayor Steven Langert and Committeeman Ray Coles take on headline generating topics on WOBM-AM's Townsquare Tonight. The duo didn't shy away from talking about their continuing efforts to close down Tent City and find housing for its residents. They also addressed its high d…
A growing number of Garden State schools fear getting sued if they make mention of any specific holiday this year or display anything with religious overtones, so one New Jersey lawmaker has decided to try and take action this holiday season.
Topics on the November edition of Ask The Governor include the possibility of a tax cut, challenging candidates who ran on a platform of "working with the governor," Obamacare, and the role Chris Christie's children have in his political plans