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New Jersey’s largest mall to open Thanksgiving

PARAMUS, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's largest mall will be open for Thanksgiving for the first time. Westfield Garden State Plaza will be open from 6 to 11 p.m. However, Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus will be closed. J.C. Penny will open at 5 p.m. Senior ...

NJ Transit pushing court battle vs. mobster’s kin

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's transit agency will continue its court fight with a mobster's family over land it acquired for a since-canceled tunnel project. The New Jersey Transit board approved up to $150,000 in additional legal bills at its ...

Sweeney Offers Plan to Save AC

Senate President Sweeney says his plan would stabilize local taxes and revenues to attract investors to shore up Atlantic City's economy.

Poll: Half of New Jerseyans Want to Leave

A new Monmouth University poll found half of those surveyed want to leave New Jersey because of high property taxes and cost of living.

Giants memorabilia suit to be heard in state court

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A sports memorabilia dealer who sued the New York Giants and quarterback Eli Manning for allegedly doctoring equipment to make it appear game-worn has scored a legal victory. A federal judge in Newark ruled Tuesday that Eric ...

Lawsuit settled over nuclear plant fish kills

Three environmental groups have settled a lawsuit against New Jersey's Environmental Protection Department, clearing the way for the agency to rule on whether a southern New Jersey nuclear plant is doing enough to prevent unnecessary fish kills. The ...

Phil Murphy Launches Advocacy Group, Won’t Discourage Talk of Gov. Run

Former Goldman Sachs Executive Phil Murphy has launched New Start New Jersey to help rebuild the state's middle class. Many are speculating he will be a gubernatorial candidate.

Bill Would Give Sales Tax Revenue to Urban Enterprise Zones

Officials are considering a bill that would give back a portion of sales tax revenue to municipalities with Urban Enterprise Zones.

Caesars Fined for Sending Promotion to Gamblers on Exclusion List

Caesars Interactive Entertainment was fined $10,000 for emailing a promotion to more than 250 gamblers on New Jersey's self exclusion list.

Sweeney announces plan to boost Atlantic City

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — State Senate President Steve Sweeney has unveiled a multipart proposal aimed at helping Atlantic City's ailing economy. Sweeney announced the five-part plan during a news conference held Monday at the statehouse with two fellow ...