The city says new emergency equipment will save millions in costs of private vendors.
And what a long budget season it is shaping up to be.
This was a week for optimism for anyone doing business in the New Jersey’s largest city
Christie talked about Sandy recovery efforts, possible changes to flood insurance and the state’s pension crisis.
Moody's says credit downgrades were driven by the state's weak financial position.
Pension reform? The panel gets guidance from Geithner. Savaging the "Save Atlantic City" plan. Food and fuel stalled by the governor's veto. Does refusing vaccinations imperil public health? And ...
Steve Sweeney says Gov. Christie made the wrong decision by bringing in "bankruptcy experts" to help the flailing AC.
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron talks about the latest in political news, including the governor's trip to Canada, what's next in the Bridgegate scandal and a pension warning from ...
Bond-rating agency cites NJ Treasury admission in bond prospectus that puts unfunded liability at $83 billion under new federal standards.
Rescuing Atlantic City. First fix the debt. Fleeing New Jersey. Half want to leave. Streamlining Jersey City. The Parking Authority may go. And honoring veterans.
Sweeney says his plan would attract investors to shore up Atlantic City's economy.
Merging transit bureaucracies: less cost. More red tape? Tracking campaign donations. New campus sexual assault protocols. Halloween stores pop up. And the monarch population drops down.
Some have had bad experiences with mortgage companies when they run into financial trouble.
The governor fires back on the lane closing controversy. Sen. Menendez takes on the White House over Iran. And a warning for millions of shoppers who may become victims of identity theft.
Gov. Christie said members of the press are "obsessed" with the controversy over GWB.