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Mercer County Officials Warn of Renter Scams

10-25-16
Many have been swindled by people posing as landlords or agents who rent out properties without the rights. A Mercer County task force is working to address the problem.
161024Hill

Atlantic City Council to Vote on Five-Year Recovery Plan

10-24-16
On the verge of a state takeover, members of the Atlantic City council will vote on a five-year recovery plan that, if adopted, will hopefully help city finances.
161021Flanagan

What a Minimum Wage Increase Means to Small Businesses

10-21-16
While some small business owners say a $15 minimum wage would be such a financial burden they might have to close their doors, others say the effect would be minimal.
161019Hill

Casino Expansion Advocates Fear Future of Horse Racing in NJ

10-19-16
Polling makes it seem all but certain that voters will reject the expansion of casinos in New Jersey. Supporters say that decision will significantly impact the horse racing industry in New Jersey.
161018Vannozzi

Going from Grape to Glass at Willow Creek Winery

10-18-16
Willow Creek Winery in West Cape May grows 13 varieties of grapes for its wine. Southern New Jersey has a climate similar to Bordeaux, France.
161014Hill

NJ Spotlight on Cities Focuses on Policies

10-14-16
NJ Spotlight put a day-long event on policies to improve New Jersey’s cities and got ideas from former governors, current mayors and dozens of advocates for community schools, immigration, transportation and the environment.
161014Delmore

Tackling the High Costs of Child Care

10-14-16
In Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties, center-based care for a child under 18 months is around $10,000 a year, according to a 2013 report by Child Care Aware of New Jersey. In-state tuition at neighboring Stockton University is $13,000.
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Double Trouble State Park Has Historic Cranberry Packing House, Bogs

10-14-16
A cranberry packing house, along with a dozen other buildings and inactive cranberry bogs, are part of the Double Trouble Historic Village, in the Pine Barrens Double Trouble State Park.
161013Flanagan

Moody’s, Critics Worry About Affordability of TTF Plan

10-13-16
Credit ratings agency Moody's says the plan to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund will bring challenges to the state going forward. Assemblyman John Wisniewski opposes the tax cuts included in the plan.
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Equine Industry Promotes ‘Yes’ Vote in Order to Restore Subsidies

10-12-16
Sen. Jen Beck visited a horse farm in Neptune where she pushed the passage of the ballot referendum to expand gaming outside of Atlantic City. She says the move would help the equine industry in the state.