Lakewood asks for $34M for school repairs
The Lakewood Township Board of Education is asking voters to approve borrowing up to $34 million for needed repairs to six school buildings.
Shoulder season at Jersey Shore attracting thousands
The beaches are closed, the lifeguards are gone and the crowds have decreased, some Jersey Shore businesses are still earning money from tourism thanks to what is known as the "shoulder season."
Climate change march set for Sunday
Hundreds of college students and activists will be rallying in New Jersey against climate change on Sunday morning, before traveling to New York to join the People's Climate March.
New ferries to launch from Monmouth County
Monmouth County commuters who take the ferry into Manhattan will ride in style as a pair of new ferries is expected to depart from the Belford terminal beginning in January.
Study: Better access to psychiatric care needed in NJ
A new study by the The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) finds access to psychiatric care to be inadequate in New Jersey.
After Sandy and the fire, Seaside Heights still struggles
While New Jersey's second summer after Sandy proved to be significantly better than 2013, some shore businesses say they're still a long ways away from pre-storm numbers.
Ex-casino workers look out of state for jobs
Workers laid off by Revel and Showboat are facing an exceedingly tough job market, driving many to look for work outside of New Jersey.
AC casino workers react to casino closings
The Labor Day weekend proved a difficult one for employees of Showboat and Revel Casino Hotel, leaving thousands unemployed.
Lakewood mourns Aaron Sofer’s death, follows audio of burial in Israel
The death of 23-year-old rabbinical student Aaron Sofer is a big blow to Lakewood's tight-knit Orthodox Jewish community.
Body of missing Lakewood man, Aaron Sofer, found in Israel
Sources indicate that a body found in the Jersusalem Forest is likely that of missing Lakewood resident Aaron Sofer.