Gov. Chris Christie says he's ready and willing to debate Barbara Buono at any date. He signed the Economic Opportunity Act to provide more comprehensive tax incentives for businesses.
Gov. Chris Christie, Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo and Newark officials, minus Mayor Cory Booker, were on hand for a ribbon cutting welcoming Panasonic to the city.
Despite an appeals court ruling saying New Jersey's sports betting law conflicts with federal law, Sen. Raymond Lesniak says state officials will take the issue up with the Supreme Court and believes ...
New Jersey Association of REALTORS CEO Jarrod Grasso says New Jersey's housing market is starting to catch up with the rest of the country and is on the upswing.
In an area that was just rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy's destruction, businesses were again lost, this time by flames.
Reporter Lauren Wanko was in Seaside Heights discussing the ramifications of the massive fire on the Seaside Boardwalk.
Officials expect the Miss America competition will generate $40 million for Atlantic City. The competition returns to New Jersey Sunday after having moved to Las Vegas in 2006.
Mayor Steven Fulop wants to require employers in Jersey City with 10 or more employees to provide up to five paid sick days per year.
Anchor Produce Market in Surf City has posted a list of homeowners who haven't signed beach replenishment easements. The owner calls them selfish and says he wants them to sign.
In the first summer after Hurricane Sandy, many businesses at the Jersey Shore saw a double-digit decrease.
Some municipalities and businesses have cut workers' hours to avoid having to provide health insurance for them.
Shriver's is the oldest oldest candy store on Ocean City's boardwalk and it sells more than 2,000 pounds of salt water taffy a day.
Rutgers' School of Management and Labor Relations dean discusses string of industry strikes and employee demands.
Tropical Storm Irene hit New Jersey two years ago, but some in Paterson are still feeling its effects.
JCP&L President James Fakult says the utility company has invested in its infrastructure and it's ready should another hurricane hit New Jersey.