Walmart Giving Raises and Bonuses to Employees After Tax Reform
Walmart and Sam's Club will offer a starting salary of $11 an hour while giving existing employees a cash bonus of up to $1,000.
Christie Pardons Sex Worker, Drug Users, Ex-Cop Before Christmas
The pardon of former Mount Olive officer Ryan Eastridge was one of ten announced Friday by Christie's office.
Ben McAdoo, Jerry Reese Fired in Giants Housecleaning
Head coach Ben McAdoo has been fired from the 2-10 Giants after two years on the job, ESPN reports.
Only One Congressman From NJ Voted for GOP Tax Overhaul Plan
Just one of New Jersey's congressmen from either party voted with House Republicans on Thursday to approve a $1.5 trillion package overhauling corporate and personal taxes.
NJ Sues ‘Evil’ Painkiller Company in War on Opioid Addiction
New Jersey has joined with other states in suing an Arizona drug company behind a powerful opioid-fentanyl painkiller spray.
10 NJ Kids Have Drowned in the Last Month — What Parents Need to Know Now
The Townsquare News Network has reported at least 10 child drownings in New Jersey in barely more than a month. And nearly 800 kids drown each year in the United States, according to an analysis from Safe Kids Worldwide.
Is Your Doctor a Perv? In NJ, Sex Crimes Don’t Keep Them From Treating Patients
A Townsquare News Network investigation has uncovered the names of dozens of doctors who have been accused or convicted of sex crimes and yet have been allowed to keep treating patients who may not be aware of their criminal background.
After Telling Woman ‘You Should F— Me,’ South Jersey Republican Compares Himself to Jesus
A former "Apprentice" contestant who was caught on video asking a woman to have sex with him compared himself to Jesus after Cape May Republicans dropped their support of his Assembly candidacy.
2 Years In Prison for Bridgegate: Christie Ex-aide Baroni Sentenced
Bill Baroni, a former aide to Gov. Chris Christie, was sentenced Wednesday to two years in prison for his involvement in the George Washington Bridge scandal.
These 88 NJ Schools Had Lead in Water — ‘Poland Springs’ Not Real Fix, Activists Say
More than 30 school districts reported unsafe lead levels with others filing for waivers or exemptions from regulations put in place last July.