Some say sky-high liquor license prices are holding back business owners and limiting economic growth across the state.
The law mostly affects women, especially of West African descent, who learn hair braiding as part of their culture and use it as a means to get by after immigrating to the U.S.
The public nominates candidates for the Smart Growth Awards and then an independent selection committee of professional developers, planners, architects and redevelopment experts from across New ...
The RPA says the money is there for its bold expansion plan and that it's time to reduce delays on the runway and in the board room of decision makers.
It’s a system that’s been in place since prohibition, and the liquor license laws in New Jersey haven’t changed much since.
Lobstermen admit that it's not easy work, but they say the reward is well worth it.
Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets. When will Gov. Murphy sign the sports betting bill approved by the Legislature this week?
The Speaker and Senate President have both promised to get this bill passed Thursday. The question is: when will the governor sign it?
NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka sat down recently with business correspondent Rhonda Schaffler.
Could New Jersey be headed to court over the federal law limiting state and local tax deductions?
Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio says the state must start making tough choices and raising the revenues necessary to meet its fiscal obligations.
The next step for the boardwalk restoration is to build a steel wall further north that should protect from the area from flooding.
A tax policy expert is singling out Sen. President Steve Sweeney for what he believes is an error in the senator's analysis of his data. The battle in Trenton continues over the costs and benefits of ...
Lots of people spent the morning soaking up rays in Asbury Park, one of 216 New Jersey beaches open for business heading into the Memorial Day weekend.
Critics of Dodd-Frank have been working to roll back the regulations since it passed in 2010. Tuesday’s House vote is the first, in what many expect to be more, dismantling the banking rule.