The Tri-Towne Plaza along Route 70 in Evesham is a retail dead zone in need of redevelopment.
Anthem Institute in Jersey City, a for-profit college, is closing, leaving students with debt and without degrees.
Homeowners may be able to apply for a DEP grant to pay for the removal of leaking oil tanks.
Animal shelters in NJ are finding the needs of animals is outpacing their financial means.
Business owners in Ocean Grove, Asbury Park and Belmar say they're doing well this summer season.
Secretary of Agriculture says NJ commercial fisheries caught 180.5 million pounds of fish valuing over $187.7 million.
Ocean County Long Term Recovery says clients rebuilding from Hurricane Sandy have become victims of fraud.
NJ has issued more than $2 million in fines for companies illegally dumping and stockpiling in Newark.
Business owners at the Jersey Shore say their situation is better this summer than last year.
The number of horses needing shelters has increased as donations to the organizations decrease.
People with disabilities face a higher unemployment rate and a non-profit is partnering to help find them jobs.
New Jersey ranks sixth in the nation for blueberry production. It produced 50.2 million pounds of blueberries in 2013.
Alan Vorhees Transportation Control Founding Director and former Port Authority official Martin Robins says that the Transportation Trust Fund needs more funding at both the state and federal levels.
Several programs are working with residents to help them keep their homes.
Unions lost their appeal to block a contract with Northstar Lottery Group to manage daily operations of NJ's lottery.