A final blow for the underused Izod Center. The vacant Hoffmann-La Roche tract's reincarnated as a medical school. Atlantic City's coming back. And help for addiction's a single phone call away.
Congressman Bill Pascrell says New Jersey's economy should be doing a lot better than it is and the next governor is going to have to work to improve it.
Time's running out Port Authority reform. Hiking Medicare prescription drug copays for state workers? Is that legal? The Senate president and the governor. And remembering the governor even Christie ...
Senate President Steve Sweeney says that his top goal for 2015 is continuing to create jobs to improve New Jersey's economy.
Tear down those tents. Residents of a homeless camp could soon find themselves facing eviction. Defending FEMA. A powerful lawmaker says don’t blame the feds for Sandy recovery problems. And ...
New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Harold Wirths said that the State Jobs Report showed 48 percent of private sector jobs lost have been recovered.
Cupid's Chase 5K events are being hosted in six New Jersey towns to raise money for Community Options, Inc., a non-profit that helps disabled community members.
She accused the Christie administration of abusing power. Now, a Hoboken official accuses Mayor Dawn Zimmer has been doing the same thing. New poll numbers for the governor and they are not pretty.
Rep. Leonard Lance hopes that President Obama talks about how to create private sector jobs in his State of the Union address because America desperately needs it.
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. ...
New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Harold Wirths says the preliminary numbers showing 36,000 jobs lost will likely be revised.
A dramatic increase in Newark's murder rate prompts city leaders to search for solutions. Drastic new steps taken in New Jersey's war on heroin. And the Top 10 Political Stories of 2013.
Many of the New Jerseyans are struggling after losing their unemployment benefits.
Oliver out, Prieto in. Kean survives and Bramnick looks to the future. It’s a big day at the Statehouse. Plus, the Democratic Chairman disappointed by Barbara Buono. And bankruptcy for an Atlantic ...
Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick says that working with Gov. Chris Christie to create jobs and help the economy has to be the priority.