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Ordinance would make affordable housing a requirement for abated development

5-24-17
The ordinance will require any developer who gets a tax abatement to make 15 percent of its units affordable.

Christie announces Amtrak and NJ Transit negotiations as delays continue

5-23-17
Once repair work on the tracks at Penn Station begins this summer, Amtrak will provide NJ Transit with daily repair updates, set up a new joint operations center at the station, and give NJ Transit access to the actual site of all repairs.

Christie talks economy and more at press conference

5-22-17
The governor took questions today for an hour and spoke about the economy, the Republican gubernatorial candidates and the White House.

Sen. Menendez touts importance of partnerships in creating jobs

5-22-17
Sen. Menendez introduced legislation that would expand job training partnerships through a billion dollar competitive tax credit program.

American Dream receives $1.67B in financing

5-22-17
Developer Triple Five just announced $1.67 billion in partial financing for the long-stalled American Dream shopping and entertainment project in the Meadowlands.

Calls for Higher Wages for Airport Workers

5-19-17
The people who are subcontracted to clean the plane cabins, check for weapons and perform other tasks now support a new bill that would pay them at a minimum the so-called “prevailing wage” -- $17.98 an hour, plus benefits.

A Day in the Life of a Dairy Farmer

5-19-17
Sugar Maple Jerseys Dairy Farm in Stockton milks its cows twice a day in 12-hour intervals starting at about 5 a.m.

Survey Finds Limits to Diversity in the Garden State

5-18-17
A new study on the state of diversity finds that our exposure to diversity depends on where we are at any given part of the day.

Kushner, Fulop See Relationships Strained, Raising Doubts About Major Development

5-17-17
After being friendly in 2014, Jared Kushner and Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop have seen their relationship strained because of differences in views.

Grow NJ Works to Keep Businesses and Talent in State

5-17-17
The former Bell Labs, now Bell Works campus, is re-imagining a historical building as a workplace of the future.