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Officials Tout Atlantic City Redevelopment Project Amid Critics of State Control

4-20-17
The $220 million Atlantic City Gateway Project will combine an upscale corporate headquarters for South Jersey Gas and an oceanfront Stockton University residential campus.

Assembly Hears from Department Heads During Budget Hearing

4-19-17
Lawmakers assessed budget requests from the Department of Law and Public Safety and the Department of Children and Families.

Newark Airport to Get New Terminal A

4-19-17
The Port Authority will spend $2.3 billion to build a new Terminal A at Newark Liberty International Airport.

Gubernatorial Candidates Release Plans for Tax Reform

4-19-17
Ahead of the June primary, Democrats and Republicans running for governor have released their plans for property tax reform.

Christie, Booker Call for Federal Attention, Funding for Northeast Corridor

4-19-17
At a press conference at Newark Penn Station, Gov. Christie and Sen. Booker came together to call for the federal government to invest in Northeast Corridor mass transit infrastructure.

Outrage Over Company Backing Out of Superfund Cleanup Through Bankruptcy

4-18-17
Three months after the EPA announced the price tag for cleaning up a Superfund site in Newark, the company that bought polluter Diamond Alkali went into bankruptcy and backed away from the cleanup, leaving public outrage in its wake.

Gas Prices on the Rise

4-17-17
Experts cite three main reasons for rising gas prices: increased demand, stations switching from the cheaper winter blend to summer blend of gas and the expense of emptying winter reserves.

Bipartisan Effort to Fix School Funding Formula

4-17-17
Democratic Senate President Sweeney and Republican Sen. Pennacchio have joined forces.

Making Eco-Friendly Products Can Also Be Profitable

4-13-17
Earth Friendly Products, which has a facility in Parsippany, is celebrating it's 50th anniversary in conjunction with global Earth Day events. Representatives say going green is good for the Earth, but also for the bottom line.

Woodbridge to Break Ground on Affordable Housing Complex

4-13-17
Construction of a new affordable housing complex in Woodbridge is being paid for with federal and state grants, housing development programs and private investment, not taxpayer funds.