The executive director of the New Jersey Society of CPAs breaks down the changes in the new tax reform bill.
A standing room only crowd of witnesses argued the pros and cons for hours over a deeply controversial bill that would make ratepayers subsidize PSEG’s nuclear power plants in Salem County -- at an ...
At a New Brunswick community forum, panelists and residents discuss housing and its effects on health and quality of life.
State-of-the-art project is part of the state’s efforts to update terminals.
Once again this week, Washington DC had a big say in the financial future of New Jersey residents.
The New Brunswick Development Corporation is moving the Hub City forward with ambitious new projects, including a new performing arts center and a 2 million square foot mixed-use development near the ...
The Federal Communications Commission will vote to repeal net neutrality, an Obama-era internet regulation, on Thursday.
The board also heard updates on the Bayonne Bridge project, the 2018 budget and upgrades to the PATH system.
The $69 billion deal for CVS to buy Aetna is expected to push the retailer further into health services.
Bill Caruso predicts that within the next year to 18 months, New Jerseyans are going to have the ability to go purchase recreation marijuana in the state.
Among the findings: 58 percent predicts sales will rise next year; 9 percent says they'll fall. Overall, that's 11 percent higher than last year and 55 percent predicts bigger profits compared to 12 ...
Merging tri-state area transit systems and more were included in RPA's new strategic plan.
Living and working in New Jersey has its benefits, as well as its challenges. And one of the big challenges is getting around the state. Whether it’s traffic or train delays, sometimes getting from ...
Northern State Prison hosts a career day to help current inmates hit the ground running once they're released.
Numerous redevelopment programs are working to define a new Camden, but with three decades of poverty to break through moving the needle is harder than some thought.