Camden City Council Proposes Curfew for Certain Businesses

By Dari Mandell

 Many small business owners in Camden are opposed to the proposed ordinance that would force them to close by 11 o’clock or midnight.  They say it will lead to employee layoffs and closures.  Read more of this post


Assembly Budget Committee Hearing on Transportation Issues

By Jerry Henry

Democratic lawmakers grilled Transportation Commissioner Jim Simpson about the administration’s plan to borrow 4.4 billion dollars over the next five years.  Read more of this post

Redistricting Map Flap

By Michael Aron

Senate President Steve Sweeney was fending off criticism from within his own caucus over the report that the Democratic delegation on the Reapportionment Committee was considering putting Senator Barbara Buono and Senator Joe Vitale into one new district.  Read more of this post

Rutgers University Hosts Forum on Gaming Industry in New Jersey

By Desiree Taylor

The focus of many industry professionals, since Governor Christie announced an overhaul of New Jersey’s gaming Mecca last summer, has been to save Atlantic City. Read more of this post

Unique Autism Education Program Offered at Caldwell College

By Sara Lee Kessler

Caldwell College in Essex County offers the only Ph.D. program in New Jersey in applied behavior analysis, or ABA, the most widely-accepted evidence-based early intervention approach to teaching children with autism to maximize their potential.  Read more of this post

Garden State Parkway Using Video to Crack Down on Toll Cheats

By Briana Vannozzi

The Turnpike Authority estimates it has lost more than four million dollars in revenue by toll cheaters last year.  Read more of this post

On Shore Wind Power Turbines Rebate Program Suspended by BPU

By Ed Rodgers

The state Board of Public Utilities has temporarily suspended a rebate program that helps pay the cost for building on shore wind power turbines.  Read more of this post