The daylong event, dubbed NJ Connects, was convened to link business owners up with the government agencies that make purchases and award contracts for the state and other public agencies.
It's the lowest monthly rate since state-level records began in 1976.
The measure is aimed primarily at the famous Wildwood boardwalk, which is badly in need of repairs.
Purdue Pharma made its first appearance in federal bankruptcy court Tuesday, as the company attempts to settle a tsunami of lawsuits brought by governments across the country.
Bids were placed by 150 people on abandoned and tax-lien properties being sold in 'as is' condition over the course of the four-hour event.
Analysts say Garden State motorists could end up paying a dime to a quarter more by the end of this week, in the wake of a drone attack on Saudi Arabian oil fields.
With its scheduled soft opening just six weeks away, American Dream Meadowlands held another in a series of job fairs Friday designed to enroll the army of workers the complex will need.
The nine casinos won nearly $339 million for the month, assisted by sports betting money.
The 23-story tower at Livingston Avenue and George Street is the home of the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, and hundreds were on hand this week for its official opening.
A parade of economists and policy experts offered a panel of state lawmakers a dim view of the effectiveness of New Jersey’s former economic incentive programs, while offering some suggestions for ...
Rep. Donald Norcross called on New Jersey’s congressional delegation to join him in sponsoring what he termed “pro-worker legislation.”
Under the change, a family of three in the WorkFirstNJ welfare program would see benefits payments increase from $466 a month to $559.
As the political battle continues to wage over the state's tax incentive programs, former state senator Ray Lesniak has been tasked with creating a piece of legislation that will be palatable to both ...
The union is also focusing on immigration rights, income inequality and other issues facing low wage laborers.
Concerns continue to swirl about how customers will get to the sprawling entertainment and retail development.