Assembly Appropriations Chair John Burzichelli, D-3rd District, before the Assembly Oversight Reform and Federal Regulations Committee in May 2018.
Apr 8, 2019

Still the law

New Jersey’s liquor laws remain substantially similar to those enacted at the end of Prohibition in 1933. Though provisions have been grafted onto the statutes over the years, the serial additions have created a set of rules that are outdated and complex. “The old rules are not serving New Jersey now, the old rules are serving the license holders. But in fairness to them they played by the rul[...]

Jan 14, 2019

Bell Works facility provides a vision of tech in the suburbs

With a wide reflective façade once dubbed “The Biggest Mirror Ever,” the Bell Labs Holmdel Complex marked the forefront of modernist architecture and the optimism of scientific discovery that characterized […]

Jan 22, 2018

From Journal Square to South Korea over 40 years

After decades developing in Jersey City, Panepinto Properties has made community-driven development abroad a priority.

Apr 20, 2015

CarePoint’s Kelly answers out-of-network charges

Dennis Kelly likes to say CarePoint Health is steeped in history, but still in its infancy.

Jan 23, 2012

A growing distinction

When Raymond J. Lesniak speaks during legislative hearings, people tend to listen. The Democratic state senator from Elizabeth — first elected to the body in 1983, after five years in […]

Aug 22, 2011

Suite Escape Your dream vacation spot

"Favorite vacation spot is Paris; however, if we're dreaming, somewhere very far away, both geographically and culturally, like Kathmandu, Nepal."
Michael Barry, principal, Ironstate Development Co. LLC

Jun 6, 2011

Strong out of gate, but success not assured

While it's good news for Monmouth Park Racetrack that its new season opened strong out of the gate, there are still two big unknowns for the Oceanport facility and the state's thoroughbred industry.

Jun 6, 2011

Letters to the editor

Pandora's box on education ruling
By law, each child in New Jersey is entitled to a "thorough and efficient" education. But the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled recently that the state's poorest students failed to receive one, because of under-funding.

Jun 6, 2011

Suite Escape

Jun 6, 2011

A limit to what farmers markets can produce

As the summer community farmers market season begins, two factors have helped drive the expansion of these retail experiences in New Jersey: growing interest in locally grown produce, and the high costs associated with agriculture in New Jersey.

Jun 6, 2011

Sides swap hot air over cap-trade effort’s end

Backers of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative say the governor is full of hot air in linking New Jersey's high energy costs to the program, and argue RGGI has funded multiple projects that have helped New Jersey companies to lower their energy bills.

May 30, 2011

Local focus, festival energizing Red Bank business community

In Red Bank, what’s old is new again: After almost a decade in other hands, the town’s annual summer festival is returning under its old moniker, RiverFest. The three-day festival, […]