NJ League of Municipalities Exec. Dir. Bill Dressel responds to the ratings agency's warning that several municipalities may have made too many guarantees on the debt burden incurred by others.
If it becomes law, an Internet wagering bill would allow New Jerseyans to gamble on Atlantic City casino games from their home computers.
Assemblyman John Amodeo, a member of the Assembly Regulatory Committee, believes Atlantic City is on the road to recovery and won't have to rely on casino level to prosper.
Residents went to the polls today to vote on an ordinance that would permit diners to bring their beer or wine into the beach town's restaurants.
Harold Wirths explains that while unemployment remains at 9 percent in New Jersey, the trend is heading in the right direction.
Ranjini Poddar, President and CEO of the seventh fastest growing woman-owned company in the nation, says there are pros and cons to doing business in New Jersey.
Capital Bank of New Jersey President and CEO David Hanrahan says the banking industry is improving, though he believes smaller banks have the advantage over larger financial institutions.
Douglas Fisher said the greatest challenge is promoting agriculture and making sure people know how to support local agriculture where they live.
Many businesses at the Jersey Shore have already hired their summer staffers.
In the second of his two-part series, NJ Today’s David Cruz reports on how a public-private partnership is helping New Jersey companies compete in the international market place.
Cliff Lindholm, president and CEO of Falstrom Company, cites high taxes, energy costs and finding skilled labor as challenges to doing business in the Garden State.
In the first of his two-part series, NJ Today’s David Cruz reports on the state of manufacturing in New Jersey, where despite the numbers, optimism is spreading.
A proposed ordinance would impose a fine on bars that serve alcohol from midnight to 2 a.m.
Diane Johnson of the Department of Housing and Urban Development said while the Fair Housing Act was enacted 44 years ago, some communities still experience discrimination when it comes to housing.
A new ordinance in Passaic allows the city to collect a fee when firefighters respond to an emergency, with the exception of structure fires.