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Bitter Cold Means More Seek Shelter

As the temperatures plummet, the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen and the Rescue Mission of Trenton see higher demand for services.

Matzo maker to shift operations to N.J., leaving historic N.Y. home

Aron Streit Inc., which makes Streit's Matzo, plans to move its operations to Moonachie sometime next spring.

Interfaith Group Helps Homeless

The Freehold Clergy Association has an emergency housing program where homeless men can seek shelter during the winter months.

Mercedes Leaving NJ for Georgia

Mercedes has reportedly confirmed it's moving from Montvale to the Atlanta area.

Officials Gather To Oppose PATH Proposal

Officials from around the state gathered to oppose the proposed changes to the PATH train service.

Liberty State Park Could Get A New Commission Under Bill

Under a bill awaiting Gov. Chris Christie's signature, Liberty State Park could get a new commission but some do not agree with the bill.

NJ Mom Hopes to Make Clothing for Disabled Mainstream

Mindy Scheier of Livingston created Runway of Dreams to make clothing that is easier for those with physical disabilities to wear more readily available and more mainstream.

Ups and Downs of Atlantic City in 2014

A look back at the many changes that Atlantic City went through in 2014.

Report: NJ Doesn’t Have Friendly Business Climate

The Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council ranked New Jersey close to last for owning a business.

NJ Minimum Wage to Rise 13 Cents Jan. 1

The minimum wage in New Jersey is rising from $8.25 to $8.38 per hour Jan. 1.