The unfortunate truth is that there are a few cruel and mean people that are among us. What's worse, is that most of them are ignorant. This is a mixture for the situation the mother of an autistic child is dealing with.
Button batteries that power some remotes, flame-less candles, watches, and hearing aids can be a major household hazard to young children because the little power cells can be swallowed and wreck havoc with their insides.
This summer, 94.3 The Point and Irwin Cars in Freehold are teaming up to “Pay It Forward.” We’re visiting local non-profits and charities to spread the good word and lend a helping hand. Recently, I paid a visit to the Common Ground Grief Center in Manasquan.
When a school bus pulls off to the side of the road, flashes its lights and a stop sign pops out, most New Jersey drivers obey the law and come to a complete stop, but a small number of motorists ignore the warning, swerve around the bus and continue down the road.
Most of us can hardly go a day without checking our feed. Checking out Facebook is a ritual now. People of all ages use the social network site. The conversations range from the mild to the wild. But, we can talk. Have you ever wondered what a toddlers timeline would look like?
Aldrich Lloyd Talonding is in elementary school. He's from General Santos City, South Cotabato province, Philippines. And he's about to make you cry like a baby with his rendition of Luther Vandross' "Dance With My Father."
Are you the smartest person at the Jersey Shore? Listen weekday afternoons at 5:20 for Matt Ryan’s Nearly Impossible Question. This week, win a $50 gift card to Subway! Subway, Eat Fresh. Two thirds of adults say they had one of these as a child. What is it?