The layoff notices come at a financially dire time for the district, which currently faces a $120 million budget shortfall.
A 20,000 square foot redeveloped building on Jersey City’s Martin Luther King Jr. Drive is the new national headquarters of Rising Tide Capital.
The findings: a majority of tenants don't even know they live in rent-controlled apartments, and many don't know their rights.
The city council says they will introduce a resolution that would establish a committee. A new ordinance will be presented 30 days after, and if adopted it would take effect on Jan. 1, 2020.
Calling it catastrophic, members of the Jersey City Board of Education say proposed cuts to state aid have the potential to dismantle the district.
Budget hearings continue through April and part of May.
New Jersey's foreclosure rate remains the worst in the nation. But it’s not just homeowners facing the problem -- it's renters too.
It’s just 364 days until the decennial survey hits every household in New Jersey and across the country.
The state’s foreclosure rate remains the worst in the nation. In many cases, it's unclear who is responsible for the properties. Legislation has been introduced to help create transparency and ...
As a plan to legalize adult-use marijuana stalls, municipalities have already begun to act.
Middletown Mayor Tony Perry says raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour will have a massive impact on towns.
Senators told horror stories at a State House committee meeting about foreclosed apartment buildings that end up vacant and abandoned.
Visitors at the Liberty Science Center can pretend to be Sherlock Holmes and solve their own crime. The interactive exhibit is open through May.
Noncompliance with local hiring requirements for tax incentives hasn't always cost developers in Jersey City -- until now.
Murphy offers five new initiatives to revise or replace soon-to-expire tax incentive programs.