Congressional District 3 candidate Tom MacArthur said that his focus is on getting Americans working again.
Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. said New Jersey is losing 25 percent of its water resources every day because of the water infrastructures.
Business Women Networking Involving Charity and Education (BW NICE) is holding its annual Red Show luncheon and fashion show Friday, June 6 to bring women in business together while benefiting SAFE in ...
More than two dozen brewing companies are in NJ, and the industry grew 17 percent the past year.
Tent city in Lakewood has been demolished, as protesters complain there aren't enough options for Ocean County homeless.
S&P Senior Director John Sugden says that New Jersey is among the three lowest credit rated states in the country and the company will be monitoring the state for the next 60 to 90 days.
Lewis Katz died in a plane crash over the weekend. Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron, who knew Katz well, discusses his life.
People living in Lakewood's tent city have until Sunday to leave the area.
A new process of bidding to supply medical equipment to Medicare patients has cut down on business' profits.
New Jersey Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Chair Carlos Medina says studies show that Hispanic entrepreneurs are starting small businesses at a greater rate than the rest of the general population.
Former Gov. James Florio says that the pension payment system has gotten bad and that people have not been given the resolution they were promised.
Businesses and beaches along the Jersey Shore re-opened Memorial Day weekend.
Viking Yachts in New Gretna celebrates its 50th anniversary and is the leading producer of sport fishing boats.
Military Park in Newark has been renovated to bring in visitors.
Senator Raymond Lesniak (D-20) has proposed a bill that will allow New Jersey to have sports betting, and says that it will allow for some revenue for the state.