Pension and Health Benefits Study Commission member Tom Byrne says the pension system deficit is so large changes need to be made now to ensure state workers get what they're entitled to.
NJ Transit fares will increase starting Oct. 1 an average of 9 percent.
Because more retail outlets are selling groceries, profit margins for supermarkets have shrunk causing some to close.
Although a thunderstorm cleared the beach in Belmar during the 29th New Jersey Sandcastle Contest, people still participated and will be awarded prizes.
A bill would reopen applications for loans through the Small Business Administration for companies after Sandy.
Seton Hall Law Professor John Jacobi says that a judge's recent ruling stripping Morristown Medical Center of its tax exemption status could have larger consequences.
The boards of Barnabas Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Health System have approved a merger that would create New Jersey's largest health network, according to a source.
New Jersey Policy Perspective President Gordon MacInnes thinks that the tax incentives offered to businesses to come to or stay in New Jersey aren't as good for taxpayers as others say.
The Dept. of Agriculture says horticulture, the practice of garden cultivation, is the largest sector of NJ agriculture.
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Chair Amy Mansue says that many New Jerseyans are looking for ways to leave the state due to high property taxes. She says the state's entire infrastructure should be ...
Pleasant Valley Lavender in Morganville gives people a place to get lavender, which can be used in various ways, including in cooking and on the skin.
Although glitches weren't cyber attacks, the shutdowns do raise concerns.
There are long waiting lists for people to get into affordable housing units in New Jersey.
New Jersey's Earned Income Tax Credit is increasing to 30 percent.
New Jersey Tourism Industry Association President Sharon Franz talks about the exciting events happening in New Jersey this summer season.