Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian says that the Taj Mahal casino is closing because it's an under-performing property, symbolic of what has been happening with other gaming properties.
Insurance companies accused of a bait and switch on Sandy claims. Will life insurers pay after physician assisted suicide. Banning mandatory meal plans for college kids. Stitching together a way out ...
Senator Menendez calls for a FEMA investigation on insurance companies with Sandy claims.
The Death with Dignity bill which passed the Assembly and now moves onto the Senate, would require several requests.
A proposed legislation could ban the mandatory meal plans required by colleges and universities.
Author Ann Brasco and illustrator Denise DeBiasi-Costantino created a children's book based on Brasco's dog Sweetie, which she adopted from Eleventh Hour Rescue.
Assisted suicide. Lawmakers vote on who decides. A construction boom's in the offing. Low-rate mortgages. But too few qualify. Too many Families ... living below the line. And The big Black Friday ...
A bill, which would allow doctors to prescribe a life-ending drug to a patient has passed.
Retailers announce their holiday plans for Thanksgiving and Black Friday, while many have mixed reactions.
Mortgage rates have been dropping but analysts say that rates could begin to increase within the next year.
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects says that temperatures will begin to drop and that parts of that state may see icy patches on the road.
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.
Congressman-Elect Tom MacArthur says that he is ready to begin his term in the House of Representatives and that he has his eye on a few committees.
Three years out is the 2017 governor's race off and running? Seeking tax revenues for cities with Urban Enterprise Zones. And Bay Head's oceanfront homeowners bucking the big dune project.
New Jersey Sierra Club Director Jeff Tittel says that Pilgrim does not have the approval to use eminent domain against homeowners for an underground pipeline since it is not public utilities.