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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.

NJDOT Shuts Down Bridges Amid Emergency Inspections

The New Jersey Department of Transportation has closed several bridges, but officials wonder where the money to fix them will come from.

Clerks Bogged Down By Commercial OPRA Requests

Companies are using New Jersey's Open Public Records Act to gather information about citizens, which takes up a lot of municipal clerks' time.

Cracking Down on Illegally Imported Vehicles

Operation Atlantic, a joint venture between U.S. and British regulators, is cracking down on vehicles brought to the U.S. under false pretenses.

BPU Expected to Green-Light PSE&G’s Plan for Newark Switching Station

Located inland rather than close to water, the new facility should help boost the reliability and resilience of the power grid operated by the state’s largest utility.

Health Care Summit Tackles Costs, Access, Quality

Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick led a health care summit at Kean University.

Robbinsville Program Lets Residents Give to Charity While Shopping Local

Keep It Local Robbinsville allocates 2 percent of customers' purchases at participating local businesses for charity.

‘Tallest building in N.J.’ planned for Jersey City

A Chinese developer is planning a 95-story, 760-unit condominium building in Jersey City.