Continuing NJTV News' focus on Financial Literacy Month, NJTV News Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler spoke with Assemblywoman Angela McKnight on the importance of saving and teaching residents ...
A report ranking New Jersey as the top state for out-migration has reignited a debate on the state’s economic standing.
Competition-based video gaming, or esports, could be the newest form of tourism to hit Atlantic City, especially for millennials.
Rutgers researchers concluded that millennials have been leaving the state at a steady rate for more than 30 years.
Is the state surburbanizing after years of urban growth?
Population data shows Jersey residents are moving out of the suburbs and back into cities.
The discussion at the forum focused on using techniques like education and outreach to overcome barriers.
A report reaffirms existing suspicions about the state's 'brain drain.'
NJ Transit will be back on track tomorrow. We'll tell you what the track's owners knew, what Christie threatened and what's next. Millennials are rethinking how and where they'll live. And urban ...
A new study has found walkable towns improve the economy, create jobs and boost overall economic output.
The NJBIA dedicated a day to look at the millennial exodus and strategies to keep college-bound students in the state.
School districts plead with the Senate Budget Committee to change the aging school funding formula and give them more. One program that's getting less from the federal budget gives ex-cons the ...
Ringed by political and religious leaders pledging defiance, an unauthorized immigrant is fighting deportation. Property taxes too high? There's a deadline looming to ask for a new assessment, but ...
policy and decision makers, academics, government leaders and others were invited to share ideas for the future.
Under current New Jersey law, showing your ballot could get you up to a $10,000 fine and to up 18 months in prison.