The Stronger NJ Business Grant Program is awarding grants up to $50,000 to small businesses impacted by Hurricane Sandy. The deadline to apply is Dec. 31.
Farmland Dairies is closing in Wallington, resulting in 325 layoffs before Christmas.
Target announced unauthorized access to credit/ debit transactions, customers are concerned about identity theft.
NJ Dept. of Labor and Workforce Dev. Commissioner says drop in unemployment is the largest.
Food bank officials say demand is up and supplies are running out to help NJ's hungry this holiday season.
The Mega Millions jackpot is up to $636 million, which has many New Jerseyans rushing out to buy tickets.
Sen. Lesniak hopes to allow those outside the U.S. to legally use NJ internet gambling sites.
Verizon Chief Sustainability Officer James Gowen says $20 million of the $100 million Verizon has spent on green energy initiatives has gone to the facility in Basking Ridge.
A law would delay a job applicant's disclosure of a criminal record until after an offer.
John Schreiber is succeeding Larry Goldman as president and CEO of Theater Square Development Company.
The holiday season is the busiest shopping time and Bergen County businesses are restricted from opening Sundays.
90,000 may be affected in 2014 if congress doesn't renew long term unemployment benefits.
More than a year after Hurricane Sandy hit, hundreds of Union Beach residents are still homeless.
Since Sandy, those in Seaside Heights say flooding conditions are worse.
A coalition of health organizations has found NJ smoking cessation programs the least in the U.S.