Amy Panos, editor at Better Homes & Gardens stopped by The Couch to show us how cooking spray, magazines, curling irons and even dental floss can be recycled and re-purposed to save you money.
The “Long Island Coupon Queen,” Gia Pendergast visits The Couch to show you how to save – and to have a little fun.
During the summer months it may be easy to forget about your finances, but the summer may be the best time to get your finances in order, according to some experts.
New Jersey State Police have arrested a Middletown Township couple for drug distribution and possession of a massive cache of weapons.
A financial report on the group’s General Assembly website says at “the current rate of expenditure” the occupiers will be “out of money in THREE WEEKS.”
Police say the robber shot his second robbery victim in the torso before demanding money.
It turns out the Beatles were right when they sang “Money can’t buy me love.”
Police said a man entered the bank on 2921 Middle Country Road at 10:25 a.m. and handed the teller a note demanding money.
The agency’s board eliminated giving a day’s pay for every two consecutive months that workers showed up no more than 30 minutes late. The board also ended the 40-year practice that allowed workers to convert vacation and sick days to cash.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority on Wednesday was expected to authorize an extra $4 million for snow removal on the toll road.
An elderly man has become a crime victim for the first time in his life. He was mugged inside his own building last Thursday. The thief made off with some cash, but police caught the robber on camera.
Lottery players in the tri-state area got the chance to vie for the seventh-largest lottery prize in U.S. history on Tuesday, a $355 million Mega Millions jackpot — or about $208 million if taken as a lump sum.
Nassau County Police Sgt. Dennis Ude says the the pair posted a phony ad on Craigslist for a house in Long beach for rent.
You’ve heard it a thousand times: Money can’t buy happiness. So why do so many people continue to try and accumulate riches? New studies examine the correlation between big bucks and bliss.
The prolifically ambitious senator’s $23.2 million on hand at last filing made him more flush than some of his Democratic colleagues facing much tougher re-election challenges.