Shore businesses are getting ready for the summer season, which they hope will be more successful than last year.
A proposal to increase the gas tax and one to cut the sales tax are before NJ lawmakers for consideration.
The non-profit mentoring group Junior Achievement of New Jersey strives to help students learn to succeed in the global economy with corporate role models.
Seaside Heights Mayor Bill Akers says he thinks staffing should be increased to speed up the Sandy recovery process.
According to IRS, 3.1 million tax returns out of 3.5 million were filed electronically.
Christie was in Trenton to call the Assem. to approve a measure he conditionally vetoed.
Sen. Ray Lesniak says that bringing in a representative from a public organization, such as AAA, to replace Commissioner Anthony Sartor at the Port Authority is the best way to go.
PhRMA President and CEO John Castellani says because the emphasis has been on lower premiums, out-of-pocket expenses have increased under the Affordable Care Act.
ICF International is in litigation over errors allegedly made when trying to help Louisiana recover from Katrina.
Standard & Poor's claims Christie's state budget isn't balanced because it relies on money that hasn't materialized.
The Assembly has passed a bill banning smoking on all New Jersey beaches, boardwalks and state parks.
Belmar residents and business owners make up new Redevelopment Advisory Committee.
With money made from college sports, some say the student athletes should be allowed to unionize.
Barnegat Bay generates as much as $6 billion per year for NJ in activities such as fishing, crabbing and boating.
Little Egg Harbor and Beach Haven have been audited by the Federal Government for Sandy Aid that they received.