Michael Gonnelli says the practice which began in the 1970s needs to be updated when considering the major changes that have since taken place in all the communities in the Meadowlands district.
President and CEO of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority addresses concerns about the Meadowlands complex, which continues to make headlines, and not in a good way.
If it becomes law, an Internet wagering bill would allow New Jerseyans to gamble on Atlantic City casino games from their home computers.
It was the end of an era in New Jersey, as the Nets ended their 35-year run in the Garden State.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker lashed out at Devils owner Jeff Vanderbeek a day after a panel of arbitrators ruled on the long-running rent dispute between the team and the city.
The man with the plan talks about the Rutgers Rowan merger.
Chair of the Oversight and Gaming Committee discussed hearings about gambling facilities in the state.
As they prepare to cut ties with our state, it is not for the first time. Some forty odd years ago, this very franchise left New Jersey to become the New York Nets.
Sen. Paul Sarlo says a casino at the Meadowlands would keep gambling dollars in New Jersey instead of sending it to surrounding states.
Richard Codey says he gave the NYPD access to the railroads and ferry terminals when he was governor, but did not allow them to spy on Muslims in New Jersey.
At the turn of the last century, Fort Lee became the first American film town -- one in which an entire population was employed by the motion picture industry.
Wayne Hasenbalg expects "a good part of the project will be completed" in time for Super Bowl, but said it was hard to say if everything will be done.
In MVP Eli Manning’s hometown of Hoboken, Giants fans spilled out from the bars and into the streets after the big victory.
Can the new developers of the ill-fated project put the nightmare of Xanadu behind them? NJToday's Desiree Taylor went on a tour of the site to get a firsthand look.