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.
John Holub, President of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association says a new law requiring online vendors to collect sales tax will quite simply level the playing field for brick and mortar ...
More than six months after Hurricane Sandy hit the shore community, Shark River Hills is still going through the reconstruction process.
The collapse of PokerStars' deal to buy the Atlantic Club casino had some AC casinos rejoicing. Frank Fahrenkopf, Jr., President and CEO of America Gaming Association (AGA), says the online gambling ...
As college graduates face that next chapter in life -- working for a living -- the good news is job prospects for the class of 2013 appear to be better than in previous years.
Company officials say they would have stayed here, but Hertz’s recent acquisition of another corporation -- Thrifty Dollar -- prompted the need to consolidate and move hundreds of jobs to Florida.
Hurricane Sandy destroyed many marinas at the Jersey Shore, devastating business for private owners and municipal marinas.
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.