"I believe stepping down is best for those Sen. Menendez has spent his life serving," U.S. Sen. Cory Booker said in a Sept. 26 statement.
The ribbon cutting for the transit-oriented development marks the end of a project that reimagined a 42-acre former industrial site adjacent to Kean University.
This new program recognizes former troops who are making a significant impact on New Jersey commerce as well as continuing to give back to their community.
With a grand opening set for Sept. 30, Molly Ann Farms aims to become the “first, largest, and highest volume adult use cannabis retailers” in the state.
Although the bakery chain did not specify when the new café would open, it will join nearly 30 other Garden State locations, as well as two more in the works.
Victoria Licata will serve as director of resource development, helping to cultivate partnerships and oversee funding and development plans
Drawing more than 975 guests, the 13th annual event was dedicated to longtime supporters Bernard and Shirlee Brown by their children and presenting sponsors, NFI and Vineland Construction Co.
New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti brings more than 40 years of public service experience to the role, including 21 years at the New Jersey Turnpike Authority.
Located directly across from the train station, this marks just the second time the properties have changed hands in nearly 60 years.
The Inc. 5000-listed, Bridgewater-based company will start October with an updated name and look.
Workers at a Curaleaf Holding Inc. cultivation site and one of MPX NJ's dispensaries both voted to join Union Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 360.
In his first public remarks since last week’s bombshell three-count indictment, Democratic U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez struck a defiant position — maintaining his innocence, vowing to fight the charges, and declaring his intent to remain and be re-elected as New Jersey’s senior senator.