Some Cuban-American lawmakers hope that President-Elect Trump will be tougher on Cuba than President Obama.
The National Retail Federation projects holiday sales are headed up 3.6 percent.
New Jersey has nearly 800,000 small businesses which employ almost two million people.
The Home for the Pawlidayz event offers free adoptions at select shelters from Black Friday through Cyber Monday.
Eva's Village in Paterson helps clients beat back addictions and find jobs.
Busy roadways won’t stop these motorist from traveling to their families.
The bill would have the state make four pension payments throughout the year.
The Assembly has voted to extend Urban Enterprise Zone designation in five cities where it's set to expire Dec. 31.
Rising Tide Capital helps entrepreneurs in low-income communities start their own businesses in an effort to kick-start economic and social empowerment in the communities they serve.
NJDOE announced revisions to the superintendent salary cap plan to give districts more flexibility.
The New Jersey Division of the Rate Counsel says PennEast Pipeline is making up the need for a new pipeline.
Three NJ cities have laws to remove homeless from public view, which some say criminalizes the population.
Water company Suez submitted a proposal in June for New York to buy up to 5 million gallons of water a day from New Jersey’s largest reservoir and send it to the Empire State. The current drought is ...
Standard & Poors has downgraded the state's general obligation bonds from A to A-, continuing its negative outlook.
The average borrower in New Jersey carries more than $30,000 in student loan debt.