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Senate President Criticizes Christie’s Plan for AC

Senate President Steve Sweeney says Gov. Christie made the wrong decision by bringing in "bankruptcy experts" to help the flailing Atlantic City.

Assembly Fails to Override Christie Veto on SNAP Supplement Bill

Republicans in the Assembly did not vote to override Gov. Christie's veto of a bill that would grant a $90 a month supplement for food stamps.

Offshore Oil Drilling in the South Could Affect Jersey Shore Beaches

Oil drilling has been approved for 50 miles off the coast of Virginia, North and South Carolina and Georgia. Some worry if there is a spill, it could compromise the Jersey Shore.

More Funding Needed to Help New Jersey’s Homeless

Homelessness is on the rise in New Jersey and some facilities that assist them have seen a drop in funding.

Winter Storm Affects Businesses Around Tri-State Area

While those with snow removal businesses saw an uptick, many retailers saw very few customers because of the winter storm.

Power Companies Prepare For Blizzard

Power companies throughout New Jersey and New York prepare for Winter Storm Juno.

Christie Appoints Emergency Management Team for AC

Gov. Christie says Atlantic City needs more help to recover, so he's bringing in a restructuring expert and the man who helped Detroit emerge from bankruptcy.

Entrepreneurs Take Advantage of Co-Working Spaces

Kings Hall in Haddonfield offers co-working space to entrepreneurs to work and bounce ideas off each other.

Garden State Bankers Expect NJ’s Economy Will Still Lag Behind U.S. in 2015

The state’s bankers feel moderately comfortable with the nation’s economic status quo but say New Jersey needs to catch up.

Think Tank Develops Strategy to Help NJ’s Middle Class

Philip Murphy's think tank laid out seven proposals to help bolster New Jersey's middle class.