9/11 Exhibit at the State House

The State House rotunda is showcasing artifacts containing World Trade Center steel and an American flag with mahogany urn in remembrance of the September 11 attacks. Read more of this post


New Jersey Nuclear Plants

By Ed Rodgers

The crisis over the damaged reactors in Japan has renewed the debate over the use of nuclear energy in New Jersey.  Read more of this post

Consumer Advocacy Groups Oppose Telecommunications & CATV Legislation

By Zachary Fink

The AARP, New Jersey Citizen Action and other advocacy groups scheduled a press conference at the state house today to slam the bill known as the “Market Competition and Consumer Choice Act.”  Read more of this post

Governor Questions Hiring Practices of North Jersey Water Commission

By Michael Aron

Governor Christie continues to go after what he calls the “shadow government,” places like the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission where he ordered wholesale dismissals several months ago.  Read more of this post

The High Cost of Flooding in New Jersey

By Briana Vannozzi

Twelve teams of emergency management officials toured communities in Passaic, Essex, Bergen and Morris counties beginning the first step in getting a presidential disaster declaration and in turn federal aid.  Read more of this post

Wildwood Mayor Battling on Two Fronts

By Dari Mandell

Wildwood Mayor Gary DeMarzo is fighting two battles right now – budget shortfalls and criminal charges.  Read more of this post