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161109Flanagan

State Takes Control of Atlantic City

11-9-16
The state Finance Board in Trenton unanimously voted to take over Atlantic City under the Stabilization and Recovery Act.
161108Bayoh

Entrepreneur Adenhah Bayoh on Success and Being a Jersey Girl

11-8-16
African refugee and entrepreneur Adenhah Bayoh discusses the importance of small businesses, community and how her grandmother's work ethic drives her to achieve success.
161102Hill

AC Officials Ready to Fight for Recovery Plan Approval

11-2-16
Atlantic City’s elected leaders say the state Department of Community Affairs got it all wrong in rejecting the city’s five-year recovery plan. They say they're willing to to go to court over the issue.
161102Vannozzi

Lawmakers Propose Bill to Legalize Sports Betting in NJ

11-2-16
Assemblymen Ralph Caputo and John Burzichelli are proposing a bill to eliminate any state regulations on sports betting.
161101Flanagan

It Now Costs More to Fill Your Gas Tank in New Jersey

11-1-16
A 23-cent increase in New Jersey's gas tax is now in effect.
161031Cruz

Midnight Deadline Looms for SEPTA Strike as Talks Continue

10-31-16
A potential strike by 5,700 SEPTA workers threatens to gnarl travel into, out of and around Philadelphia.
161031Hill

Chip-Enabled Cards Are Hurting Small Businesses

10-31-16
A recent survey found 71 percent of consumers plan to do their holiday shopping online because the new chip-reading dip takes longer than the swipe for approval.
161031Wanko

A History of Halloween

10-31-16
Halloween traditions started long before consumers could buy any frightening costumes or bags of candy.
161027Vannozzi

Affordable Care Act Insurance Rates Increase Average of 25 Percent

10-27-16
Across the country, policy holders getting insurance through the Affordable Care Act will see an average increase of about 25 percent through the federal marketplace. New Jersey ranks 21st.
161027Cruz

Debate Over Minimum Wage Goes On

10-27-16
Although Gov. Christie vetoed a minimum wage increase this year, lawmakers, business leaders and worker advocates are still debating increasing the state's minimum wage to $15 per hour.