The 2014 and 2015 NCAA Division I tournament games that were scheduled for the Prudential Center will be played in New York instead, costing the City of Newark -- a lot of money.
Gov. Chris Christie announced that a new business incentive bill will be heard in the Senate next week to help the state's economy. Critics say the programs cost more taxpayer money than they ...
Casino Association of New Jersey President Tony Rodio, who is also the president and CEO of Tropicana Casino & Resort, says the effects of Hurricane Sandy as well as increased competition from ...
Dave Fisher, treasurer of the New Jersey Builders Association and vice president of K. Hovnanian Homes, says the uptick in residential housing is a good sign for the state.
Democrats gathered at Newark Airport to discuss the impact the budget cuts caused by the sequester deadline passing will have on New Jersey.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan discussed successes in the post-Sandy recovery process and the $2.5 billion federal aid loss due to sequestration.
Gov. Chris Christie will deliver his budget address Tuesday, which has many speculating about what the state's financial situation will be.
Asm. Declan O'Scanlon (R-13) says the administration has been deadly accurate over the past three years' budgets, and believes this year's budget will be manageable.
Jarrod Grasso, CEO of New Jersey Association of Realtors (NJAR), the housing market in New Jersey has been mostly positive, with increases in home sale prices in 7 out of 8 metro areas.
Assemblyman Ralph Caputo, who is a former casino executive, says Revel wasn't marketed properly and that Atlantic City needs to find ways to bring new markets in to improve profits. He also believes ...
The newest Atlantic City casino, Revel, is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in an effort to restructure. Revel officials plan to keep the casino open.
The struggling casino resort never lived up to its billing as a potential game-changer for Atlantic City. However, Israel Posner, Executive Director of the Levenson Institute, points out that a ...
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City is the first to offer mobile gambling since Gov. Christie approved the measure in August. Guests can gamble in their hotel rooms.
Crews plunged the first piling into the sand in Seaside Heights to rebuild the community's boardwalk, which was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.
Cecilia Zalkind, Advocates for Children of New Jersey executive director, says many children in Newark live in poverty and officials should address issues to reduce the number.