Stockton College is considering turning the Showboat into a campus for its students.
Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian says that the Taj Mahal casino is closing because it's an under-performing property, symbolic of what has been happening with other gaming properties.
Non-instructional union workers in Newark say they've been without a contract for five years.
Proposed buyer Prime Healthcare Services has come under fire for its business practices at other hospitals.
Businesses have sued customers over their negative online reviews.
Senator Menendez calls for a FEMA investigation on insurance companies with Sandy claims.
Sewing Space non-profit allows those less fortunate to learn how to sew and refurbish items using creativity.
Annie E. Casey Foundation Report indicates around 100,000 families that have parents without full-time jobs.
Retailers announce their holiday plans for Thanksgiving and Black Friday, while many have mixed reactions.
Mortgage rates have been dropping but analysts say that rates could begin to increase within the next year.
Business and industry leaders predict that $39 billion will be spent in construction costs statewide.
Christie went to AC for the second summit to discuss how to help the city's economy.
NJ's School Development Authority is running out of money needed to for emergent school repairs.
Net neutrality has been a hot topic as of late, but many aren't sure what it means.
Director of the state Division of Taxation Michael Bryan says a new tax program helps taxpayers clean up outstanding liabilities at a significant savings.