N.J.'s 1st Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens In MontclairAbout 20 patients were scheduled to meet with staff Thursday at the Greenleaf Compassion Center in Montclair.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg Talks Cabs, Education, More In Interview At WCBS 880's New StudiosBloomberg visited WCBS Newsradio 880's new studios at 345 Hudson Street this morning and participated in an extensive interview with anchors Michael Wallace and Pat Carroll, as well as veteran political reporter Rich Lamb.
Former New Jersey Gov. Dick Codey Talks Corruption, Presidential Politics, And MoreCodey, never shy to speak his mind, didn't disappoint when he stopped by WCBS Newsradio 880's studios and spoke at length with afternoon drive anchor Wayne Cabot.
NJ Gov. Chris Christie To Allow Medical Marijuana Law To Go ForwardChristie says he will allow the state to begin dispensing medical marijuana despite his concerns over whether federal authorities could prosecute state regulators.
WCBS 880 Interview: NJ St. Sen. Pres. Stephen Sweeney Talks Politics, Credit, And MoreGov. Chris Christie has been getting all the attention for signing that pension reform law in New Jersey that forces state workers to contribute a lot more for their health coverage and retirement.
Obama's NYC Campaign Donations May Not Be So Plentiful This TimeNew York City has been one of President Barack Obama's favorite places to raise campaign cash, but his anti-Wall Street policies are apparently taking their toll.
$44 Million Mansion In Sagaponack Not Enough For OwnerIn Sagaponack, the new owners of a whopping $44 million mansion have asked the village board for permission to tear the 6,165-square-foot home down and start all over again.
NJ Politician Quits On Day She Earned Pension
Panel: NJ State Workers Get Black Friday OffNew Jersey's Public Employment Relations Commission says state workers would be 'irreparably harmed'' if they don't get the day after Thanksgiving off.
NJ Gov. Chris Christie Announces 1,200 Job CutsNew Jersey plans to reduce the state public employee workforce by 1,200 jobs through layoffs and attrition early next year.