The ability of a nationally recognized research institution to drive a local economy is well documented, but one of New Jersey's business advocates is tempering her support for the higher education restructuring.
New Jersey's Supreme Court has rejected a request by Gov. Chris Christie's administration to stay an Appellate Division decision to reverse Christie's affordable housing reorganization plan, meaning the Council on Affordable Housing won't be going away anytime soon.
Excited racetrack operators in New Jersey were dealt a blow today when news broke that I'll Have Another was scratched from the Belmont Stakes, dashing the prospect of horseracing's first Triple Crown winner in decades.
The New Jersey Department of Labor & Workforce Development will receive nearly $1 million in federal funds to improve the state's work force development program, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
Without a $6 billion higher-education bond issue, it will fall to tuition increases to fund the construction of 300 academic projects across New Jersey's colleges, university representatives said today at a higher education capital construction conference sponsored by the New Jersey Alliance for Action.