Since the superstorm hit Union Beach, residents and business owners have been working to rebuild and recover.
Steven Perskie, former chairman of the New Jersey Casino Control Commission, says it's unlikely Congress can be persuaded to amend the federal ban to allow sports betting in New Jersey.
During an Assembly budget hearing, Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff said the Christie administration's lottery privatization plan is necessary to keep up with the times.
Two-thirds of its boardwalk has been rebuilt and the mayor says the rest will be ready by the end of May.
As the owner of a manufacturing plant in Paterson, Sen. Anthony Bucco says the majority of lawmakers lack a business perspective because most are attorneys and not business owners.
Lavallette and Belmar are two communities with Buy a Board campaigns. Donors can customize a plank for the boardwalk for a monetary donation.
The average price of a gallon of gas in New Jersey is $3.26, down almost 50 cents from a year ago. Analysts expect the downward trend to continue.
Road work on Route 35 is scheduled to begin at the start of the summer and officials and business owners worry the timing could hurt businesses still feeling the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
The March jobs numbers that came out today shows that the state's unemployment rate lowered from 9.3 percent to 9 percent. It's a drop that labor commissioner Hal Wirths calls "astounding."
Job seekers lined up at the Atlantic City Convention Center looking to fill positions for Margaritaville, which is scheduled to open in May.
RealtyTrac Vice President Daren Blomquist says that although New Jersey has seen a 42 percent increase in foreclosures in the first quarter, a 12 percent decrease in March could be a sign of change.
Nearly six months after Hurricane Sandy damaged every home in Ortley Beach, residents and business owners are still in the process of rebuilding.
While some will receive payouts, there are those who say the awards -- ranging from $300 to $125,000 -- won't reach many people.
Storm damage caused many businesses to close, but owners are working to reopen.
Frank Formica, a business man who also happens to be chairman of the Atlantic County Board of Freeholders, said Atlantic City and the region would be 100 percent ready for the summer.