The halting of the ARC rail tunnel project last year has allowed NJ Transit to focus on areas such as customer service, expanding existing rail lines and finding alternative revenue sources, the head of the agency told business leaders Friday.
Said to be a sign of commitment to the economic growth of Atlantic City, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno announced Thursday a $2.6 million customized training grant for the Revel Entertainment casino and resort, authorized by the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities signaled it is ready to take new steps, including potentially setting up a new state power utility, if federal regulators continue to block the construction of new power plants.
Eight hospitals are moving the New Jersey health industry into the high-tech era as they begin sharing patient medical records electronically in several weeks, a move that will reduce costs and medical mistakes while improving health care. The Health-e-cITi-NJ system was unveiled Tuesday at Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center, in...
As the Legislature works to complete unfinished business from the past year, perhaps no issue has been the focus of as much debate as a proposed revision of how the state's telecom industry is regulated.
As Hess Corp. prepares to spend $650 million building a 625-megawatt natural gas-fueled power plant in Newark, the firm is asking federal regulators to solve a dispute that could save the company $13.5 million. But doing so would require the regional grid operator to approve equipment adjustments that so far,...
When he was working as Stefan Pryor's chief of staff, during the depths of the financial crisis that ravaged real estate, Adam Zipkin got an up-close look at how to break ground on projects in Newark, even when it seemed like the sky was falling.
Garden State engineering firms hope the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's proposed $1.6 billion funding for infrastructure projects will help them refill their pipelines in the years to come.
Following up on a $43 million fund to purchase flood-prone properties in July, the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Friday an additional $28 million in funding will come to New Jersey for flood mitigation purchases.
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