Anthony Sartor, the head of the well-respected Warren-based engineering firm PS&S and longest serving commissioner with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, is retiring after serving on its board for 15 years and through six Garden State governors.Read More »
For a third time in just over six months, Stefanie Riehl is dusting off her boxing gloves.Read More »
“I am so excited about this room.” That’s how U.S. Sen. Cory Booker began his roundtable event for women small business owners Friday morning at Rutgers University’s Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy in New Brunswick.Read More »
The latest findings from Gallup Inc. suggest that 77 percent of New Jersey residents are unhappy with the high cost of state taxes.Read More »
New Jersey voters are still not convinced that Gov. Chris Christie is telling the truth about his claims that he had no active role in the planning, execution or cover-up of the September lane closures at the George Washington Bridge, two new polls have found.Read More »
With mandatory paid sick-leave policies recently put in place in New Jersey’s two largest cities, lawmakers and advocates are now calling for a statewide measure.Read More »
In its storefront window visible from Bay Avenue in Highlands, Francesco’s Italian Restaurant proudly displays that it is currently celebrating 30 years in business.Read More »
The Hampshire Cos. and CrownPoint Group will soon break ground on a 104-unit apartment complex in Harrison, joining the long-running effort to turn the town's industrial waterfront into a rail-served urban community.Read More »
Small businesses potentially regained some flexibility to buy health insurance plans when Congress and President Barack Obama last week tweaked a provision of the Affordable Care Act.Read More »
The New Jersey Restaurant Association in Trenton launched an online campaign today to make the state's tipped employee wages easier to understand, which included sending information to New Jersey legislators regarding the enforcement of the current laws.Read More »
Major League Baseball imports hand-stitched balls from Costa Rica for America's pastime.
Levi's, the denim icon of American culture, are made on almost every other continent but North America.
And the steel used to construct our nation's most symbolic building, the Freedom Tower, came from a mill in Luxembourg.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor reported Friday that 192,000 jobs were filled this past March, contributing to the steady increase of available work seen during the first quarter of 2014.Read More »