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Senate Republicans Introduce Job Creation Bills

4-23-15
Senate Republicans introduced bills aimed at creating jobs statewide, with some linking state colleges and universities with employers.

Waterfront Home Sales Along The Shore Increasing

4-23-15
Waterfront property across the Jersey Shore have increased in sales. Some properties are reaching its accessed value prior to Hurricane Sandy.

NJAWBO President: Women Owned Businesses On The Rise

4-23-15
NJ Association of Women Business Owners President Mary Adelman spoke with NJTV News anchor Mary Alice Williams about how women owned business are on the rise and how they're faring in today's economy.

State Education Funding Flat for Fourth Year in a Row

4-22-15
Some lawmakers expressed concern that education funding from the state has remained steady for four years while costs for districts have increased.

New System Aims to End Chronic Homelessness in Mercer County

4-22-15
The Coordinated Entry and Assessment System is meant to help chronically homeless singles in Mercer County.

Atlantic City Chamber Pres: Diversification is Key to Growing AC

4-22-15
Greater Atlantic City Chamber President Tom Kelly spoke with NJTV News Anchor Mary Alice Williams about what's on the horizon for Atlantic City.

Controversy Over Great Adventure’s Solar Power System

4-22-15
Environmentalists are upset with Six Flags Great Adventure's plan to clear about 18,000 trees on 90 acres of forest land to construct a solar power system.

Child Poverty Up in NJ; Worse for Minorities

4-21-15
Advocates for Children of New Jersey released data that shows 17 percent of children live in poverty and a disproportionate amount of blacks and Hispanics live in families earning less than the federal poverty line.

NJ Transit Proposes Fare Hikes Averaging 9 Percent

4-20-15
NJ Transit proposed fare increases averaging 9 percent for trains and buses. Nine public hearings are scheduled beginning in May.

Dept. of Human Services Issues on Display at Budget Hearing

4-20-15
From backlogged applications for food stamps and Medicaid to a failed computer system, members of the Assembly questioned the Department of Human Services acting commissioner about its practices.