U.S. and British regulators are cracking down on vehicles brought to the U.S. under false pretenses.
Located inland rather than close to water, the new facility should help boost the reliability and resilience of the power grid operated by the state’s largest utility.
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick led a health care summit at Kean University.
Keep It Local Robbinsville allocates 2 percent of customers' purchases at participating local businesses for charity.
A Chinese developer is planning a 95-story, 760-unit condominium building in Jersey City.
Pope Francis spoke about a religious obligation to help the poor. In NJ, charities are helping the homeless.
The Economic Development Authority approved loans for co-working spaces in Hoboken, Jersey City and Asbury Park.
Judge Jacobson will rule on a suit fighting the reduction of pension payments.
With the IZOD Center closing down at the end of January, the Prudential Center in Newark will get a boost.
Christie said NJ doesn't have an overwhelming need for affordable housing, but many disagree with that assessment.
NJ Sports & Exposition Authority board voted to shut the IZOD Center down for 2 years.
Guardian discussed the AC's economy in light of several casino closures and Caesars' bankruptcy announcement.
Congressman Bill Pascrell says New Jersey's economy should be doing a lot better than it is and the next governor is going to have to work to improve it.
NY is giving developers a second shot at a casino license in the Southern Tier, which officials say will hurt NJ.
Recent cyber attacks have called into question the safety of digital information.