As New Jersey seniors live longer than ever, it's become more challenging to stay in the state throughout retirement. Union County freeholders held an event to address the issue, with tips for seniors ...
Kim said he's trying to show that "there are adults in the room" and that collaboration can, and needs, to happen.
Trenton's city council will get three hours on Tuesday to either adopt a budget or punt it to the state.
Naomi Mulgrave from Prudential Financial discusses the ways in which people can become more confident in their financial future.
Quinn has been tapped to lead the embattled agency into an uncertain future.
The CWA says Sweeney's plan shifts the costs of health care onto state workers and does not solve the pension funding problem.
Gov. Phil Murphy spoke Wednesday at the largest sports betting conference and exhibition in the United States.
The Board of Public Utilities voted 4-1 to approve the bailout at a packed meeting Thursday in the State House annex.
Sweeney presented his "Path to Progress" recommendations to members of the New Jersey Business and Industry Association at their headquarters in Trenton.
Continuing NJTV News' focus on Financial Literacy Month, NJTV News Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler spoke with Assemblywoman Angela McKnight on the importance of saving and teaching residents ...
Murphy’s ultimate goal: making New Jersey’s energy sources 100% renewable by 2050. Environmental advocates say that should include a moratorium on new fossil fuel infrastructure.
The board is facing pressure after charges of corruption and waste in tax credit programs.
The IRS reported some 40% of Americans still hadn’t filed by April 5. It expected more than 14 million people to request extensions. Citizen Action prepared 6,000 returns for free in 2018.
April is Financial Literacy Month, so business correspondent Rhonda Schaffler sat down with Joe DiFiglia, the executive director of the New Jersey Council for Economic Education and the director of ...
Commissioners Asaro-Angelo and McCabe answered questions from the Senate Budget Committee about the proposed FY 2020 budget.