CALMAC creates ice at night and uses it during the day to cool buildings to save money.
Business leaders gathered at the State House to express their opposition to a proposal.
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick agrees with Gov. Christie's decision to decrease the pension payment instead of raising taxes because he says it's the only way New Jersey will stay competitive ...
The Community Eligibility Program is available for districts that show students receive federal assistance.
AAA officials say the fighting in Iraq is driving up prices at the pump to a high.
Members of the Limo Association of NJ oppose Uber, because it doesn't require its drivers to have a limo license.
The Senate and Assembly budget committees will begin debating the 2015 state budget.
Sen. Joe Kyrillos says the high income taxes in New Jersey cause people to move to other states, so the Garden State loses those people's philanthropy and wealth, which hurts nonprofit organizations.
Gaming and Tourism Chairman Assemblyman Ralph Caputo says that the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to keep the ban on sports betting in New Jersey is disappointing and a big blow to the state.
Assemblyman Gary Schaer says that when forming the state budget, the first priority has to be meeting the needs of the people.
Senate Democratic leaders say they want to fully fund the state's pension system.
According to a report New Jerseyans pay 55 percent more than the average monthly premium for health insurance.
Ocean Beach III has banned construction for the summer, but those trying to rebuild say it's unfair.
The amount of tax revenue brought to New Jersey through online gaming has been lackluster since it was legalized.
LG Electronics USA, Inc. Public Affairs Vice President John Taylor says LG is willing to negotiate with those who oppose the height of the building plan for its headquarters in Englewood Cliffs.