With the start of hurricane season only days away (June 1), Bernie Flynn, CEO & President of New Jersey Manufacturers, says homeowners need to consider and evaluate whether they need flood ...
Bay Head Mayor and business owner Bill Curtis has gotten about $325,000 less than he expected from his insurance company after his business sustained heavy damage from Hurricane Sandy.
According to the Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ), poverty among New Jersey’s children has been on the rise in recent years.
Many business owners say the weather on Friday and Saturday hurt business.
Brookings Institution fellow Elizabeth Kneebone says that while the rate of poverty in the primary cities held steady over the past decade, poverty growth was found primarily in the suburbs.
The nice weather attracted many to areas like Point Pleasant Beach, where business owners hope the tourism season rebounds after Hurricane Sandy.
Seaside Heights Mayor Bill Akers says the crowds came to his community when the sun came out and he's hopeful for a successful summer season in Seaside and all the Jersey Shore communities.
AAA New Jersey says gas prices are the lowest for Memorial Day weekend.
Gov. Chris Christie was on hand to celebrate the opening of Margaritaville at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City.
About 31,000 New Jersey high school seniors leave home to attend college in other states while just 4,000 move to New Jersey for their higher education.
Gov. Chris Christie and other officials joined Belmar Mayor Matthew Doherty for a ribbon cutting reopening Belmar's boardwalk after Hurricane Sandy destroyed it.
The town is "raring to go" and ready to receive visitors, according to Mayor Ed Johnson.
The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority has approved plans to expand American Dream to include an indoor amusement park and water park.
Those working in the construction industry have seen an uptick in work, marking a resurgence since the 2008 recession.
Although the Wildwoods suffered minimal damage from Hurricane Sandy, some business owners are worried that the perception is the beach town was destroyed by the storm.