Veterans Oral History Project Launched at Rutgers

By Dari Mandell

For the past ten years, over 70 thousand veterans nationwide have recorded their stories for the Veterans History Project which is a project of Read more of this post

100 Most Powerful People in New Jersey

By Jim Hooker

 Sharon Waters, NJBIZ editor, reviews the 100 most powerful people in New Jersey list.  NJBIZ is a weekly newspaper and online publication that covers Read more of this post

NJ Egyptian Americans React to Uprising

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn

All eyes are on Egypt as its rebellion continues to play out.  Jersey City’s large Egyptian American population is riveted by the situation.  While many worry Read more of this post

Governor Christie Signs Gold Star Bill

By Michael Aron

Governor Christie signed into legislation today a bill that will make family members of fallen servicemen eligible to receive a special New Jersey license Read more of this post

On The Record – Sunday, January 30, 2011

Hosted by Michael Aron

Highlights from the NJ State Chamber of Commerce trip to Washington, DC. Read more of this post

Reporters Roundtable – Friday, January 28, 2011

Hosted by Jim Hooker

Topics include Governor Chris Christie’s speaking engagement at a Right to Life rally, Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission firings, the New Jersey Department of Transportation defends its snow clean-up efforts, and the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce trip to Washington, DC. Read more of this post

Christa McAuliffe Middle School Students Pay Homage to Space Shuttle Challenger

By Dari Mandell

Twenty-five years ago the world watched the Challenger take flight with the first teacher, Christa McAuliffe, on board.  Read more of this post

NJ Manufacturers Insurance Company Opens New Facility

By Jerry Henry

What started as a 30 employee operation in a rented space 12 years ago has evolved into a sprawling 147 thousand square foot facility in Hammonton Read more of this post

Towns Continue to Feel the Effects of the Snowstorm

By Desiree Taylor

 Many communities continue to feel the storm’s impact as residents struggle to dig out.  In Clifton the snow is still packed high on several streets making it Read more of this post

Washington Chamber Dinner

By Zachary Fink

The chamber dinner has become an integral part of the annual trek to Washington, D.C. made by New Jersey lawmakers and members of the business community. Read more of this post