Executives at NJTV hoped reaction to its Election Day coverage was nothing like the criticism the young station faced in its reporting on Hurricane Irene and its decision to air cartoons instead of a live broadcast when Gov. Chris Christie announced he wouldn't run for president in 2012.
As CEO of the 2014 Super Bowl host committee, Alfred F. Kelly Jr. is leading the effort to prepare for what he hopes will be the "greatest event that has ever happened in this region and in the country."
An internal union dispute among tellers at the struggling Meadowlands Racetrack is slated to return to court Nov. 9, but the litigation is not expected to change the state's plan to turn over operations of the track to developer Jeffrey Gural, according to the New Jersey agency that currently operates the track.Read More »
The privatization of the Meadowlands Racetrack and Monmouth Park is being viewed by many as a boon for New Jersey by removing what had been millions of dollars in losses from the state's balance sheet. But even under new operators, some racing insiders said the tracks are too dependent on off-track betting to be profitable on their...
In an increasing effort to make the athletic department more financially self sufficient, Rutgers University athletic director Tim Pernetti said the department is looking into a sponsorship deal for the Louis Brown Athletic Center, affectionately know as the RAC to students and fans.
Labor negotiations and work stoppages are nothing new in professional sports, but the current National Basketball Association lockout is the first time the Prudential Center has had to review its calendar and fill dates.
A move by Atlantic City's mayor to end police patrols of casino parking garages took a double-hit Thursday, as the head of the Casino Reinvestment and Development Authority called the order "unfortunate" and the Atlantic County prosecutor issued a directive overruling the mayor.
As many as 450 New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority employees could be laid off Dec. 4, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act notice filed with the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
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