Director of the Division of Gaming Enforcement David Rebuck says internet gaming is off to a good start in New Jersey.
NJBIA President Kirschner says that the economy for businesses is turning the corner and improving.
Irvington Mayor Wayne Smith wants to seize foreclosed homes through eminent domain.
NJ Department of Labor Commissioner Harold Wirths says unemployment levels are at their lowest.
Gural said the grand opening of the Meadowlands will offer a completely different look for patrons.
While the full rollout of online gaming is expected to begin Nov. 26, "soft play" has begun.
Experts say the price of crude oil, which is tied to heating homes, is less than last year.
Rossi's Bar and Grill is moving from Chambersburg to Hamilton.
LG Electronics began demolition at the site of their new headquarters building Englewood Cliffs.
Flights to Atlantic City Intenational Airport are set to begin in 2014
There is an increasing need for food from the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean counties.
Business owners say the minimum wage increase will negatively affect their bottom line, but some say that it's fair.
Public Question 2 on the ballot asks New Jersey voters if the state should increase its minimum wage.
Recipients of SNAP, formerly known as food stamps, are seeing a reduction in benefits.
New Jersey is ranked third nationwide in cranberry production.