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160804Delmore

Millennials Spend Differently Than Past Generations

8-4-16
Millennials tend to prefer cashless payments and prioritize convenience when making purchases.
160804Vannozzi

Veteran Homelessness Down in New Jersey

8-4-16
Veteran homelessness dropped 20 percent in New Jersey, according to a count by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, from 696 a year ago to 556 in 2016.
160803Flanagn

Taj Mahal Management Plans to Close Casino After Labor Day

8-3-16
Management announced it would close the Taj Mahal after Labor Day weekend, noting it is losing multi-millions a month and with the strike there is no path to profitability.
160803Delmore

Companies Work to Attract Millennials

8-3-16
Businesses are offering perks to employees in an effort to attract the younger generation of workers.
160803Schmertz

Long Branch Undergoes Redevelopment

8-3-16
Some residents say the redevelopment in Long Branch has been frustratingly slow and there has been concern that some permanent residents would get pushed out by new upscale vacation homes.
160802Delmore

Millennials Have Delayed Home Ownership

8-2-16
According to the latest census data, around one in five New Jerseyans are between the ages of 18 and 34. That’s close to 2 million people. Around four in 10 of them live in their parents’ house.
160802Vannozzi

Research: Law to Prevent Kids from Tanning Ineffective

8-2-16
New research shows the 2013 law put in place to prevent children younger than 17 years old from hopping in a tanning bed hasn’t worked.
160801Flanagan

Union Workers Call for Pension Ballot Question

8-1-16
The public pension fund is $44 billion in debt and a bill to put a question on this November’s ballot asking voters for a constitutional amendment that would lock the state into making quarterly payments to replenish the fund by 2020 is gridlocked.
160729Hill

Bills to Raise Gas Tax, Fund TTF Head to Full Senate

7-29-16
The Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee approved two bills to raise the state gasoline tax by 23 cents a gallon in an effort to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund.
160728Hill

Christie Touts ‘Fairness Formula’ in Fair Lawn

7-28-16
The governor said his Fairness Formula would lower property taxes in many suburbs, including an average of $2,200 in Fair Lawn, and it would give $6,600 to every non-special needs public school student in the state.