The NJSEA approved two bonds for a total $1.5 billion for the American Dream.
A mega cash infusion for the mega mall moldering in the Meadowlands. Malls are going bust. Could a billion dollar bond sale help it succeed? A final demolition of blighted blocks in Camden. Too late ...
Christie in the UK. Brushing up his diplomatic chops. It cost a bundle. Did Jersey's Super Bowl pay off? The cost of refusing vaccinations. Monitoring the march of the penguins.
Some say hosting the Super Bowl was good for the state while others aren't so sure.
Gov. Christie deals with the second round of Sandy aid while dogged by Bridgegate issues. A child sex trafficking ring is busted. And an embattled congressman bids adios.
Mayor James Cassella says that East Rutherford did well with its pre-Super Bowl event, which exceeded expectations.
The U.S. Attorney subpoenas the Christie campaign and the state Republican Committee in the bridge scandal. The state labor commissioner says he can’t believe the big losses in the new jobs report. ...
East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella says that the NFL should be giving a little more to New Jersey since it is hosting Super Bowl XLVIII.
The developers of American Dream have turned to government assistance to line up financing. But East Rutherford mayor James Cassella has expressed more than a few reservations about getting involved.