Beach Replenishment Projects to Start Regardless of Easements
As the air turns colder, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has plans for numerous Sandy-recovery projects through the winter and spring.
NJ Residents Divided on Ebola Fears
While health officials in Texas monitor the only case of Ebola diagnosed on U.S. soil, Garden State residents have mixed feelings of whether or not to worry.
Shoulder Season at Jersey Shore Attracting Thousands
The beaches are closed, the lifeguards are gone and the crowds have decreased, some Jersey Shore businesses are still earning money from tourism thanks to what is known as the "shoulder season."
Ex-casino Workers Look Out of State for Jobs
Workers laid off by Revel and Showboat are facing an exceedingly tough job market, driving many to look for work outside of New Jersey.
Atlantic City Casino Workers React to Casino Closings
The Labor Day weekend proved a difficult one for employees of Showboat and Revel Casino Hotel, leaving thousands unemployed.
NJ Teachers Get Modest Pay Bump This Year
Public school teachers in New Jersey who are in the first three years of their contracts will see a slight pay raise for the coming school year.
New Law Aims for Better Maintenance of NJ’s Foreclosed Properties
A new law allows New Jersey municipalities to adopt ordinances to regulate the care and maintenance of foreclosed properties.
Poll: New Jerseyans Are Divided on Gun Issues
A majority of gun rights and gun control advocates support Gov. Chris Christie vetoing a bill limiting firearm magazine size, but an even larger majority opposes the governor's decision not to meet with parents of victims from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Atlantic City Small Businesses Challenged by Casino Closings
Atlantic City's shrinking casino revenues aren't just bad for the gambling industry, they're also affecting the small businesses in the resort city who rely on the gaming houses to drive tourism.
Successful Atlantic City Concerts Open the Door for More
Free concerts from country music's Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum drew monster crowds to the beaches of Atlantic City last week, and the city is hoping to build on the success of the shows.