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NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 6, 7:30 & 11 P.M.
Governor Christie’s 133rd town hall. Fighting fraud, scammers targeting your bank account. The dangers of distracted walking.
One-on-One with Steve Adubato
Friday, April 3 at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.
Montclair, NJ native Collin Kelly-Sordelet shares his experience working with Sting on the Broadway play, "The Last Ship," and his plans for future projects.
State of the Arts
March 29, 30, & April 2, 2015
Former U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky performs to improvised jazz in his hometown of Long Branch, New Jersey. State of the Arts NJ takes a tour ‘round the old neighborhood with Pinsky, who says all his poetry ...
Saturdays at 6 p.m. and Sundays at 10 a.m.
Reporters Roundtable downloads the week’s headlining stories with the journalists covering them.
NJTV Benefit 2015
Join us on Wednesday, April 15th for the Second Annual NJTV Benefit.
THIRTEEN Explore for the iPad
Watch the best of NJTV and PBS directly on your iPad with our free app.
Nightly Business Report
Using Dogs to Help Calm Patients
PAWS for People trains dogs to visit patients in hospitals to help reduce anxiety, increase motor skills, help with focus and help lower blood pressure.
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NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams: March 30, 2015
No margin to miss revenue projections this year. Running drills to handle the unthinkable. An amazing victory lap. Engineering success for girls. And an antidote to what ails ...
Picatinny Arsenal Introduces Girls to Engineering
The Army's Picatinny Arsenal holds an annual event called "Introduce a Girl to Engineering," which shows girls the types of work they can do with engineering degrees.
NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams: March 27, 2015
Job creators? Jersey City's got 'em. Rolling back retirees prescription drug co-pays. Can too much cleaning be a health hazard? What's to blame for seal strandings? And an app ...
STOPit App Lets Kids Anonymously Report Bullying
The STOPit app allows for anonymous reporting of bullying incidents. Founders hope it resonates with young people who use technology to communicate.
Mr. Selfridge, Season 3: Episode 1
The death knell sounds in the Selfridge household, but so do wedding bells. Harry has a new cause. So does Lord Locksley.
Reporters Roundtable with Michael Aron
Christie's National Timetable
Governor Christie makes a timing adjustment to his presidential timeline; and Senator Bob Menendez cries foul over alleged Justice Department leaks that may signal charges ...
On the Record
Transportation Trust Fund Challenge
Panelists discuss the Tranportation Trust Fund crunch, and how its solution has been postponed for another year. And in Governors' Perspectives, former Governors Kean and ...
One on One with Steve Adubato
Lionel; Judy Kaye; James Houghton
Steve Adubato goes one-on-one with: Lionel, News and Legal Analyst to talk about his journey from trial lawyer to radio personality; Judy Kaye, Actor, Rodgers + ...
Severe Icing the Cause for More Seals on New Jersey Coast
The Marine Mammal Stranding Center has been helping seals that have found themselves on the New Jersey coast. The founding director says the frozen bays kept seals where they ...
NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams: March 26, 2015
A bold move to save Camden schools. An office pool ballooned into big time betting gets busted. Money to rebuild the Long Branch boardwalk. But diminishing dollars for open ...
New Brunswick Repeals Begging Ban Amid Challenge
After a lawyer and the ACLU sued New Brunswick for citing John Fleming for begging, the city settled the case by paying $4,500 to a homeless charity and covering Fleming's ...
NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams: March 25, 2015
AC's emergency management report. Will the plan work? Re-routing freight traffic. Better for most. Bad for them. Your county's vital signs. And could college tuition go this ...
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