The economic poll results are in — and they go a long way to explaining why we seemingly can't get anything done around here.
The state will take new steps to expand mass transit, widen lanes and control game-day traffic flow around the Meadowlands Sports Complex — much of it at the expense of developer Triple Five — under a new traffic management plan designed to help advance the American Dream Meadowlands project after years of delays.
OpenEye, a digital media firm in South Amboy, announced Thursday it has completed the design and implementation of digital displays for 700 branches of Santander Bank, including about 150 in New Jersey.
New Jersey, with already the highest property tax in the nation, saw a 1.9 percent increase on average last year, Governor Chris Christie said Thursday.
Jennifer Velez, commissioner of the state Department of Human Services, has been very clear: New Jersey's long-term goal is to relocate many of the nearly 2,000 citizens with developmental disabilities out of institutions and into group homes in the community.
This summer, New Jersey will become home to the first ever construction-themed adventure park in the United States.
Wells Fargo, which sees supermarket branches as a good way to serve both businesses and consumers, has opened a new one in the Hackensack ShopRite on River Street.
The legal battle between Triple Five and the Giants and Jets apparently has come to an end, clearing the way for the developer to complete the American Dream Meadowlands project at the site of the failed Xanadu retail and entertainment complex.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission unanimously voted Tuesday to pass a series of regulations in conflict with Tesla Motors' business model, essentially banning the electric car maker from operating any further in the state.
The health insurer Aetna and the Atlantic Accountable Care Organization, a partner of the Atlantic Health System, announced Tuesday a new ACO agreement that will cover more than 28,000 Aetna members in six New Jersey counties served by Atlantic ACO physicians.
NJ PURE, the Princeton-based not-for-profit medical malpractice insurer, announced Monday a strategic alliance with a subsidiary of Liberty Mutual Insurance, which will become the exclusive reinsurer of NJ PURE's malpractice policies.
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey and Edison-based JFK Medical Center announced Monday the launch of a collaborative Accountable Care Organization aimed at improving medical care for over 5,000 Horizon BCBSNJ members.