Gov. Christie said that not only are more people working in New Jersey, but more people are looking for work.
policy and decision makers, academics, government leaders and others were invited to share ideas for the future.
Next year, a law will go into effect requiring property assessments to highlight the right to appeal.
2016 marks the best numbers yet for the tourism industry.
The North Brunswick train station project became less of a priority because of other more pressing needs.
Jeffrey Trzeciak talks about the importance of libraries in preserving history and culture in a digital world.
One bill would allow municipalities to create a registry of short-term rentals and another seeks to tax Airbnb rentals.
Gov. Christie says he'll work with Sen. Sandra Cunningham to get an expungement bill through New Jersey’s Legislature.
Freelancers and small business owners are concerned about Republicans' plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Three gubernatorial candidates and other elected officials shared their thoughts.
Six Flags Great Adventure has three baby giraffes. Visitors can see the babies in person starting April 1.
Assemblyman Burzichelli has introduced a bill to create a new class of liquor license for $5,000 to $10,000.
The National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting are all in danger of losing funding under President Trump.
New Jersey gets an injection of cash from its unauthorized immigrant population: nearly $600 million in state and local taxes, according to a new report.
Hard Rock International and local partners announced buy and remake the Taj Mahal.