The PennEast Pipeline company has filed eminent domain notices in federal court against 92 landowners along a proposed pipeline route.
The cost of cleaning up. Legislators question the proposed Exxon settlement. Home sweet home -- green building in Newark. Sparking relief for Parkinson's sufferers. And creative business ventures.
DEP Commissioner Bob Martin defended the $225 million settlement with Exxon.
More dangerous crossings. Rahway River flood control. Bay Head's stalled beach replenishment. Could Liberty State Park be opened to developers? And women and heart disease: a red letter day.
Many in Bay Head haven't signed easements allowing for sand dunes to be built.
While the governor's vaccine gaffe goes viral, the Grand Old Party throws itself a gala. Building flood resistant properties. Fire resistant too. And snapping up prime Atlantic City real estate.
Charlie Birnbaum is appealing a judge's decision siding with the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority to take his house through eminent domain.
Three years out is the 2017 governor's race off and running? Seeking tax revenues for cities with Urban Enterprise Zones. And Bay Head's oceanfront homeowners bucking the big dune project.
Many in Bay Head won't sign easements needed for the Army Corps beach replenishment project.
The governor goes public with a plan to close the billion-dollar budget gap. The bridge investigative committee takes more testimony, and more heat. And why are some New Jerseyans calling motels their ...
Charlie Birnbaum is fighting to keep his Atlantic City home that the CRDA is trying to seize through eminent domain.
Strong words as bridge scandal investigators take aim at each other. Who’s cashing in? The big money battle in college sports. And why is Ras Baraka running for mayor of Newark?
Belmar residents and business owners make up new Redevelopment Advisory Committee.
Investigating a disaster. What caused that fatal gas explosion in South Jersey? Rolling back the rates. Congress moves to make flood insurance cheaper. And joking around. A powerful Democrat shares ...
NJ has surpassed Florida as the state with the highest number of mortgages that are more than 90 days delinquent.