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Study Finds Early Alphabet Stocks Traded More Frequently

A study in Review of Finance has found stocks from companies with names in the beginning of the alphabet get traded more often than those at the end of the alphabet.

Your Dream Destination Wedding in New Jersey

New Jersey is one of the most expensive states to get married, but that hasn't stopped many couples from tying the knot in the Garden State because it has many picturesque and unique locations.

500-plus workers may lose jobs as 3 N.J. grocery distribution centers close

Three grocery distribution centers are closing in New Jersey, potentially costing more than 500 workers their jobs.

Stockton files complaint against Caesars over Showboat deal

Stockton University has filed several proofs of claim in federal bankruptcy court against Caesars Entertainment for damages related to the agreement to purchase Showboat.

Jersey Shore Kicks Off Summer Season

Thousands flocked to the Jersey Shore area this Memorial Day for the unofficial start of summer.

Port Authority Reduces PATH Service in Hoboken

The Port Authority has increased the wait time for trains running from Hoboken to 33rd Street one minute, equaling a 14 percent service cut.

Growing New Jobs in Newark for Veterans

Rutger's Veterans Environmental Technology Solutions program is putting unemployed veterans back to work and allowing them to give back to the community in a new way.

NJ Transit Commuters Concerned About Proposed Fare Hike

Those who get to work using NJ Transit have been expressing concerns at public hearings regarding the proposed 9 percent fare hikes.

What’s Hot at the Jersey Shore This Summer

NJ Monthly Editor Ken Schlager speaks about what's new for the Jersey Shore this summer as Memorial Day weekend prepares to kick off.

Marine Gives Back to Veterans Through Backpacks for Life

U.S. Marine Sgt. Brett D'Alessandro started the non-profit Backpacks for Life, where he fills backpacks with supplies and distributes them to homeless veterans.