The research says that the roads and bridges that are deficient, congested and lack desirable safety features cost drivers a total of $11.8 billion annually.
If you resolved to spend less and save more in the new year, you may want to look at your morning routine. As we told you earlier this week coffee prices are expected to rise in 2015, but 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan offers some ways to trim costs without killing the caffeine buzz.
There’s good and bad news in the report from the New Jersey Business and Industry Association.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, first-time parents can cut some of the costs of bringing up baby with some simple advice
Parents say raising a child enriches your life…and empties your bank account.
Transportation Department spokesman Steve Schapiro says, “The state spent a staggering $138 million to keep the roads clear, and that’s about the same as what we spent the previous 3 seasons combined.”
Wedding season is almost upon us, and if you’ve got a few invitations on your calendar this summer, expect to spend more to celebrate the bride and groom’s big day.
Eating healthy is always important, but it takes on added significance when you’re sick or battling a serious illness.
As we continue to move through winter, budget impacts on agencies like SEPTA are beginning to be felt and so far, it’s in the millions of dollars.
Rock salt, shovels, snow blowers, eating out, pet boarding, hotel stays, generators and tree removal are just some of the unexpected expenses people are finding themselves faced with this winter.
From driving snow that crippled traffic and caused accidents, to an ice storm that left more than a half million people in our region in the dark, the cost of this winter could be tallied in varied ways including serious inconveniences.
First comes the frigid cold, then comes the big utility bills. If you haven’t received a larger than normal heating bill this winter, it’s probably coming. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us about simple things you can do to keep costs under control.
Penn State’s costs related to the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal have crossed $50 million.
The return of the Miss America pageant to Atlantic City brought attention to the seaside gambling mecca and a boon to police and public works employees.
Penn State’s bill to pay costs associated with the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal has topped $41 million, including $8.1 million to pay for the internal investigation led by former FBI director Louis Freeh.