A new package of bills focuses on increasing access to apprenticeships and getting individuals into high-growth sectors that create greater opportunity for upward mobility.
In Newark, activists gathered to plan how to lobby Jersey lawmakers to raise New Jersey’s current $8.60 hourly wage to $15, including tipped restaurant servers.
Amazon representatives surprised teachers and students at Columbus Elementary School in Carteret with resources and grants to help them with STEM education programs.
A real estate conference touts Jersey City's continued strength.
It’s a bold statement to make, in Hudson County of all places, but Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla is looking to end a years-long feud.
The United States Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue is touring farms across New Jersey to find out about the challenges farmers face and what the USDA can do to help.
Environmental activists say part of the reason why they don’t support the compressor station and pipeline project is because they’ve seen firsthand the impact it has on other communities. But ...
New Jersey Alliance for Action says the state of construction is a good way to take a pulse on where the economy is heading.
The head of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority outlines the state's plan to bring in venture capital funds while lifting up women and minorities.
Former Camden Mayor Dana Redd says education and medical institutions are creating a bio hub not just for Camden but all of South Jersey.
Anjalee Khemlani, managing editor at ROI, is just returning after a whirlwind trip with Gov. Phil Murphy, who visited Germany and Israel.
Some of the biggest names in bio-pharma operate in New Jersey. They welcome Cryoport as a neighbor, and discuss what its moving to New Jersey could mean for business.
Even though Murphy signed a law authorizing the workaround, the state warned it “makes no representations with respect to how the IRS will treat property tax creditable contributions to a charitable ...
Airline representatives vocalized their opposition at a committee hearing saying that it would raise ticket prices.
Competition-based video gaming, or esports, could be the newest form of tourism to hit Atlantic City, especially for millennials.