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Koeppe, Imperatore chosen for N.J. Hall of Fame

Koeppe, Imperatore chosen for N.J. Hall of Fame

The late chairman of the state Economic Development Authority, Alfred Koeppe, is among the 15 prominent New Jerseyans who will be inducted in the New...

OSHA cites concrete manufacturer, which faces $89K in penalties

A Kenvil-based concrete manufacturer faces nearly $89,000 in penalties after citations from the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and...

Guadagno formally launches gubernatorial campaign

During a much-anticipated gubernatorial campaign launch event Tuesday morning, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno said she has no plans to change the number on...

Failed Salem County bank finds a new owner, with branches remaining open

A North Carolina-based bank will take over a shuttered Pennsville-based institution, according to the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance.

Booker, Menendez to speak at N.J. Chamber 'Walk to Washington' dinner event

Booker, Menendez to speak at N.J. Chamber 'Walk to Washington' dinner event

New Jersey's two Democratic U.S. Sens. Cory Booker and Bob Menendez will each speak next month at a congressional dinner event in Washington, D.C.,...

Breaking Glass: Women vastly underrepresented in N.J.’s elected offices

President Obama effectively delivered a call to action on Tuesday as he gave his farewell address in Chicago.

Guadagno formally files to run for governor

After months of speculation, Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno has formally entered the race to be New Jersey's next governor.

State added 3,500 jobs in December, ADP says

New Jersey added 3,500 private sector jobs in December, closing out the year on an up note, according to Roseland-based ADP.

Health care industry continues to work on addressing out-of-network medical bills

Health care industry continues to work on addressing out-of-network medical bills

A sudden halt to what many industry insiders called unprecedented progress in the surprise medical billing debate in Trenton late last year left some...

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