Hire. Buy. Live. Newark. is an initiative with the goal of hiring 2,020 Newarkers at some of Newark's largest employers.
Some legislators want to spend the money on reducing diesel emissions and adding more charging stations.
Ralph Izzo wants to focus on reducing energy use while making it more environmentally friendly to produce.
Uber partnered with Kearny Point to offer incentives and monthly credits for employees without cars.
The committee held a hearing on chairman Nick Scutari's cannabis legalization bill.
The cannabis industry is creating opportunities and challenges for civic and political leaders and entrepreneurs.
Gubernatorial candidates Phil Murphy and Kim Guadagno spoke about their plans for business in New Jersey.
Michele Siekerka spoke with David Cruz about what business leaders want to see in the state.
Students from Bergen County Academies worked for more than three years to design and write code for an educational app that lets you go back a century in time at Ellis Island.
After cleaning up 100 acres, advocates and city officials are at odds on how best to redevelop the land.
The Indian King Tavern in Haddonfield has served many functions in its long history.
The House approved the Financial Choice Act which rolls back many regulations designed to reign in the banking industry.
Twenty Newark residents who have been chronically unemployed now have the skills to re-enter the workforce.
SBA administrator Linda McMahon toured Atlas Refinery in Newark to showcase the services it provides.
At Concord Stud Farms, horses are bred, raised and sold. Additionally, the farm has opportunities for the public to interact with horses through riding.