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150414Flanagan

Equal Pay Day Highlights Discrepancies in Men and Women’s Salaries

4-14-15
Equal Pay Day represents the day that women earn as much as their male coworkers made in the previous year, showing the differences in pay rates.
150414Cruz

Whites No Longer the Majority in Four NJ Counties

4-14-15
The Pew Research Center has found non-Hispanic whites make up less than 50 percent of the population in Cumberland, Middlesex, Passaic and Union counties.
150413Aron

Potential Gubernatorial Candidate Philip Murphy Stresses Importance of Advanced Industries

4-13-15
Philip Murphy, who says he's seriously considering a run for governor in 2017, talked about the importance of providing more advance industry jobs to the middle class.
150413Flanagan

Long Backups By NJ Ports Snarl Traffic

4-13-15
Truck drivers say the long wait times at New Jersey ports cause traffic jams that can be five miles long.
150413Wanko

Asbury Park Middle Schoolers Become Entrepreneurs with JET Program

4-13-15
Asbury Park's Junior Entrepreneur Program, or JET, teaches middle school students how to start their own business.
150410Vannozzi

Martell’s Suspended, Fined After Serving Patron Who Caused Fatal Crash

4-10-15
Martell's Tiki Bar in Point Pleasant has agreed to a one-month suspension and a $500,000 fine after it allegedly served a drunk patron who drove away in the wrong car and died in a wrong way crash.
150409Hill

Study Finds Positive Results of Paid Sick Leave in Jersey City

4-9-15
A Rutgers Eagleton study found that instituting paid sick days didn't negatively impact businesses in Jersey City, but the NJBIA takes issue with it.
150409Vannozzi

Bringing New Life to Old Buildings

4-9-15
Danny Popkin and his company Modern Recycled Spaces convert old buildings into commercial spaces while trying to maintaining the original features of the buildings.
150407Wanko

Ocean Residents to Get Tax Rebates for Shopping Local

4-7-15
The Own Ocean program will allow Ocean Township residents to shop at participating local businesses and get a percentage of the purchase applied to their property tax bill.
150407Pfeiffer

Rutgers Assistant Director: Many Factors Cause High NJ Property Taxes

4-7-15
Rutgers University Assistant Director of the Bloustein Local Government Research Center Marc Pfeiffer says that many factors go into New Jersey's high property taxes.