The state Finance Board unanimously voted to take over Atlantic City under the Stabilization and Recovery Act.
African refugee and entrepreneur Adenhah Bayoh discusses the importance of community.
AC’s elected leaders say the state Department of Community Affairs got it all wrong in rejecting the city’s plan.
Assemblymen Ralph Caputo and John Burzichelli are proposing a bill to eliminate any state regulations on sports betting.
A 23-cent increase in New Jersey's gas tax is now in effect.
A potential strike by 5,700 SEPTA workers threatens to gnarl travel around Philly.
A survey says 71% of people plan to do their holiday shopping online due to the new chip-enabled card technology.
Halloween traditions started long before consumers could buy any frightening costumes or bags of candy.
Sticker shock is how Greg Toombs describes opening his health care policy renewal.
Lawmakers, business leaders and worker advocates are still debating increasing the state's minimum wage to $15 per hour.
Atlantic City officials have approved a recovery plan that needs state approval.
City Council members voted five in favor of the Atlantic City recovery plan, three against and one abstained.
Many have been swindled by people posing as landlords or agents who rent out properties without the rights.
On the verge of a state takeover, members of the Atlantic City council will vote on a five-year recovery plan.
Some small business owners say a $15 minimum wage would be such a financial burden they might have to close their doors.