Political leaders met with business leaders at NJ Chamber of Commerce breakfast to discuss the state's economy.
Residents of Weber Avenue in Sayreville were devastated by Hurricane Sandy two years ago and many are still working to rebuild.
The Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau's Executive Director Robert Hilton says the Jersey Shore is going to do even better next year than this past year in tourism.
Mantoloking is still working on its recovery two years after Hurricane Sandy hit the town hard.
Many around the state are trying to make ends meet while living on a minimum wage.
Some Sandy victims are saying their RREM program concerns are not being heard by Christie.
Host of 'One on One' Steve Adubato discusses 'Newark at a Crossroads.'
Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey Chairman Carlos Medina says that Hispanic businesses in the state face challenges, including access to financial services and training.
One victim of Hurricane Sandy will be able to move into a home donated by an anonymous Longport resident.
A federal bankruptcy judge ruled Trump Entertainment can stop paying for pensions.
Members of the Assembly approved legislation to legalize sports betting in New Jersey.
The Women Entrepreneurship Conference shows that many females have started their own businesses.
Former chair of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority Carl Goldberg says tax revenues gained from a casino in North Jersey could be used to redevelop Atlantic City, so it does not depend on ...
Dean of Rutgers Bloustein School of Public Policy James Hughes says New Jersey needs to reinvent the suburbs to provide the equivalent of urban areas in the suburbs because that's what people want.
Sweeney said Carl Icahn shouldn't make demands of union casino workers to save Taj Mahal.