Storm damage caused many businesses to close, but owners are working to reopen.
Frank Formica, a business man who also happens to be chairman of the Atlantic County Board of Freeholders, said Atlantic City and the region would be 100 percent ready for the summer.
Hurricane Sandy wiped out much of the oyster population in the Barnegat Bay and those in the industry are trying to recover their losses.
Fewer summer jobs will likely be available for workers this season as businesses in Seaside Heights continue to recover after Hurricane Sandy.
New Jersey Hotel & Lodging Association Executive Director Joe Simonetta believes 80 to 90 percent of hotels will be ready for the summer season after Hurricane Sandy.
WrestlMania 29 is coming to New Jersey and many are looking forward to its positive economic impact on the region.
Some believe tax incentives bring jobs to New Jersey and keep businesses in the state while others believe the incentives are given too freely and serve as a form of corporate welfare.
Otteau Valuation Group President Jeffrey Otteau says that housing prices are rising in New Jersey and expects them to rebound to the 2006 peak in about five years.
With rising costs and a 2 percent property tax cap, officials must look for ways to save money, including layoffs.
With the Jersey Shore still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, many who normally rent out their homes to vacationers will take a hit because they won't have time to rebuild.
State lawmakers, Gov. Chris Christie and Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno gathered in Moorestown for the formal announcement of a $100 million Navy contract for Lockheed Martin.
The developers of American Dream have turned to government assistance to line up financing. But East Rutherford mayor James Cassella has expressed more than a few reservations about getting involved.
Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande is working to encourage change among New Jersey companies to make the state more attractive to working women.
While some parts of New Jersey were devastated by Hurricane Sandy, other areas were not hugely impacted by the storm. Tourism leaders say they must get the word out that they're open for business.
Anthony Catanoso, Steel Pier owner, has high hopes for the upcoming season, which will feature new entertainment options, as well as synergy with the returning Miss America pageant and Margaritaville.