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Bruised by 2017 shutdown, merchants brace for repeat

premium content Bruised by 2017 shutdown, merchants brace for repeat

For decades, Gail Coleman and her family called Seaside Park, a sleepy shore town along the Barnegat Bay, their home.

On public records, New Jersey makes it tough on business

Businesses in New Jersey could use a little help.

Murphy neutral for now on new marijuana bills

With lawmakers now having introduced varying marijuana legalization proposals, Gov. Phil Murphy was noncommittal on which, if either, he might...

Report: Sports betting may be delayed pending Murphy approval

The New Jersey Racing Commission reportedly issued a memo late Thursday that racetracks still have to hold off on accepting sports wagers until Gov.

Governor to ramp up state apprenticeship program

Governor to ramp up state apprenticeship program

Gov. Phil Murphy unveiled a $10 million apprenticeship program aimed at training workers in “middle-skill” jobs and keeping them in the...

Gutierrez-Scaccetti confirmed as transportation commissioner

Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti has been confirmed by the New Jersey Senate as New Jersey Department of Transportation commissioner, making her the 19th...

Murphy appoints Rein chief technology officer

Gov. Phil Murphy has named Christopher Rein as New Jersey’s chief technology officer, overseeing the Office of Information Technology’s...

Bill would bar non-disclosure agreements on workplace harassment

A bill to prohibit non-disclosure agreements in workplace sexual harassment settlements has been approved by a 34-0 vote in the state Senate.

Sports wagering bill passes, awaits Murphy's signature (updated)

Sports wagering bill passes, awaits Murphy's signature (updated)

The State Legislature approved a measure to legalize, regulate and tax sports betting, but it's unlikely to be signed by Gov. Phil Murphy by the end...

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