Tag: News

REPORT: New Jersey’s job market is in worse shape than it appears

TRENTON, N.J. — The United States economy is roaring and helping Americans find jobs but, here in New Jersey, there is weakness beneath the surface. The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development recently celebrated New Jersey’s 4.2% unemployment Read More

MILLENNIAL MINUTE: Here Comes The Phil Murphy Times, And You’re Paying For It

By Katie Cericola _ Free press is one of the ideas America was founded on. If there is one thing the media in the age of Trump can’t be accused of, it’s conspiring to promote the President. However, Phil Murphy Read More

WEEKEND TV: Rooney, Lassiter share 2017 Naughty & Nice lists with ‘Power and Politics’

The holiday seasons is well underway, Save Jerseyans, and another eventful year is about to end. Who were 2017’s nicest (and naughtiest) New Jersey political figures? Save Jersey Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney is on News12 NJ’s ‘Power and Politics‘ program this weekend Read More

Federal Prosecutors Open New Front in Menendez Trial

The government has opened a new front in its prosecution of Sen. Bob Menendez, introducing testimony about a port security contract he allegedly helped co-defendant Salamon Melgen with. Menendez’s friend had a contract to screen cargo in the Dominican Republic, Read More