Headlines tout historically low unemployment levels, but new research shows that many workers suffer in jobs with schedules that are at best unpredictable and at times unreliable.
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U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez on Tuesday came to Morris County to announce federal funding for a construction project at the Army’s Picatinny Arsenal weapons development hub.
While a typical interest rate on a loan from a big bank is 9%, some members of the SHCCNJ can end up paying as much as 300% on loans from alternative business lenders.
Republicans Ryan Peters and Jean Stanfield will go head-to-head with Democrats Gina LaPlaca and Mark Natale in 2019's state Assembly election.
In a recent interview with Michael Aron, Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle discussed her bill to create a year-long pilot program to set up four safe injection sites around the state.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle, a prime sponsor of the Erin's Law, sat down with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron to explain why she believes it’s crucial.
At the debut event of an institute he created to promote civility in politics, former Republican Gov. Chris Christie sat with his cross-Hudson counterpart, Democrat Andrew Cuomo.
In the face of allegations that Donald Trump tried to enlist a foreign power for his own political gain, members of New Jersey's congressional delegation are adding their names to the growing list of ...
The CEOs of Camden-based companies were among those who testified Monday at a meeting of a state Senate committee to tout the effectiveness of economic-development programs that have come under ...
The daylong event, dubbed NJ Connects, was convened to link business owners up with the government agencies that make purchases and award contracts for the state and other public agencies.
Experts estimate it will take $8 billion over the next decade to bring water systems in the state up to snuff.
Republican state Sen. Anthony Bucco has died at the age of 81.
The people who decide much of what gets built in New Jersey have gathered in Atlantic City this week for the 23rd Annual Governor’s Conference on Housing and Economic Development.
The group, called the Electronic Smoking Device Task Force, is to report back to the governor and the state Legislature within 21 days.
On Wednesday morning, hundreds gathered at the Eagle Rock Reservation to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks and recite the names of the dead.