Some in New Jersey believe the deal to decrease the frequency of helicopter tours doesn't go far enough.
The Small Business Administration offers loans to businesses and homeowners affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Members of the International Longshoremen's Association walked off the job.
Sweeney says the decision to let two housing assistance pilot programs expire has led to some people's homelessness.
Atlantic City officials passed a resolution to work with the state on the city's finances.
Four Assembly committees spent the day discussing ways to reduce poverty in New Jersey.
Gov. Christie held a press conference about the state's future involvement in AC.
Groups teamed up to complete First Lady Michelle Obama's Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness.
John Franklin, CEO of the United Way of Northern New Jersey, discusses how 850,000 families in New Jersey are struggling to make enough money to afford necessities, despite being employed.
Mayor Fulop and Sen. Sweeney are among the officials fighting a state proposal to develop areas of Liberty State Park.
Retail shop Just Jersey in Morristown sells items made exclusively by New Jersey artisans.
Assembly Speaker Prieto is ordering four Assembly committees to brainstorm ways to end poverty.
Mayor Don Guardian strongly disagrees with the governor's pocket veto of Atlantic City rescue plan.
Congressman Bill Pascrell pushed to extend a business tax deduction that was set to expire.
The state government reimburses seniors and low-income homeowners on their property taxes.