Gov. Phil Murphy and Speaker Craig Coughlin say a $15 minimum wage bill is still a top priority, but no specifics yet.
It's not usual for a Cabinet member to serve through three administrations, both Republican and Democrat. But Agriculture Secretary Douglas Fisher has managed to do it -- and tells Michael Aron he ...
Gov. Murphy called the long-deferred American Dream project "a dream that is finally coming to fruition."
This Amazon fulfillment center in West Deptford uses robotics to sort deliveries in its storage "library" before the products show up at your doorstep.
Consumer advocate groups say a bill pending in Trenton would weaken legal protections for people buying used cars. Auto groups say it just clarifies the state's already strong "Lemon Law."
A look at how the state generates revenue and what changes to tax policy will mean for the budget.
The city council approved an advisory board to ensure redevelopment plans don’t run amok and price out longtime residents.
Today, he signed a bill that re-establishes a tech-oriented commission that was defunded in 2010.
There is now help for families in danger of losing their homes in NJ where the rate of foreclosures are triple the national average.
There wasn’t much disagreement between manufacturers and a bipartisan caucus of state lawmakers over the impact trade tariffs are having on businesses in New Jersey.
The governor thanked Sweeney’s group and said he welcomes the conversation about how best to jump start the economy.
The state health commissioner says banking reforms will diversify the marijuana marketplace, especially if New Jersey legalizes recreational marijuana.
Some towns, largely the ones that can build on their share of land, send revenue from a 3 percent hotel room tax to the state, while others who largely can’t build on it receive it.
Is the state surburbanizing after years of urban growth?
What does the nearly $4 billion a year of state and federal funds on transportation mean for New Jersey?