Most still drive alone to work, but younger residents are more likely to ride bikes, take trains or buses, or even walk – and 4 percent of us telecommute.
Newark is looking to seize so-called toxic mortgages through eminent domain.
New Jersey organizations are offering finance courses to domestic abuse victims to empower them to take control of their lives.
Newark is offering vacant, city-owned lots up for sale for $1,000 as part of a Valentine's Day land sale.
Brick Township High School offers a Structured Learning Program, which allows students with special needs to work as interns at various participating businesses.
The sale of the shuttered Revel casino to Glenn Straub is on hold.
Property Valuation Committee of the State Bar Association Co-Chair David Wolfe says that property taxes in New Jersey continue to increase because they are a primary source of funding for ...
Some New Jersey school districts are selling ad space on buses to generate funds for their budgets.
Sen. Peter Barnes crafted a bill that would prohibit businesses from taking adverse employment actions against an employee who can't get to work during a state of emergency.
Cheap natural gas is only one factor in the possible price drop. Outstanding actions against one utility and parent-company merger could also help.
Formica Brothers Bakery is starting to struggle with the closing of casinos.
Casino workers have been going to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey for help.
By Emily Bader for NJBIZ
“Another day, another dollar,” the saying goes. Well, when it comes to property taxes, for the average New Jerseyan, it's more like “another day, another $22.”
The economy has improved with more businesses popping up in northern and central New Jersey.
After the northern part of New Jersey saw significant snow, business owners had to dig out.