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.
Sports betting is big business. It’s also now legal, thanks to Monday’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Assemblyman Jon Bramnick is calling for a bipartisan march on Trenton to fight affordable housing regulations.
Atlantic City casinos began preparing, even before the Supreme Court struck down the ban on legal sports betting. How much of an impact will legal sports betting having on Atlantic City as a tourist ...
Rahway may be trying to promote itself as an up and coming arts community, but is it really affordable for struggling artists to live?
May Day isn’t typically a holiday we celebrate in New Jersey, but for workers it certainly was cause for celebration this year, thanks to Gov. Phil Murphy’s progressive agenda.
The efforts of the Montclair Center Business Improvement District have helped to transform the city's downtown.
Regina Egea, Gov. Chris Christie's third chief of staff, founded Garden State Initiatives, a self described "free-market research" and "educational organization."
Pace Glass broke ground in Andover Township for its planned 250,000 square foot glass recycling facility that will bring hundreds of jobs to Sussex County.
Senate Bill 1612 would ease strain on certified nurse aides.