The New York Red Bulls, Newark Public Schools and the U.S. Soccer Foundation unveiled a new mini soccer field Wednesday at Rafael Hernandez School as...
The state Legislature is expected to vote on a revised version of the film and television tax credits bill on June 7.
Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study and the American Battlefield Trust have closed on the Trust’s $4 million purchase of 14.85 acres...
Gov. Phil Murphy announced Thursday a conditional veto of legislation that if enacted would restore tax credits for New Jersey-based film and...
After a controversial tweet that got her sitcom cancelled, Roseanne Barr chalked her actions up to “Ambien tweeting.”
A Commercial Cafe study shows Atlantic City’s Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa paid $20.4 million in property taxes last year, making it the top...
Two-thirds of New Jersey residents surveyed support the U.S. Supreme Court decision to eliminate federal barriers to sports betting.
One of the state's top lawmakers is rallying opposition to the National Football League's call for a so-called integrity fee on sports betting.
The United States Golf Association has moved into a 30,000-square-foot headquarters in Liberty Corner.
With the possibility of budget impasse triggering a government shutdown just before the July 4 weekend, a piece of legislation might put to rest any...
It didn’t take long for Dennis Drazin to set a date for sports wagering to go live at Monmouth Park Racetrack.
As film and TV producers await the potential return of film tax credits to New Jersey, attention has turned to one area of production omitted from...
Half of Americans told pollsters they were excited about the prospect of sports betting after a U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday to legalize the...
Anyone looking to start betting on sporting events in New Jersey this Memorial Day Weekend may have rain on their parade.
Earlier this week, sports betting was legalized across the entire United States, and now the Atlantic City casinos are jumping onboard.
The CEO of the company that operates Monmouth Park confirmed Tuesday the racetrack will begin taking bets on sporting events Memorial Day Weekend.
The city of Plainﬁeld has been chosen to host the New Jersey State Bicycle Championships, sponsored by Liberty Cycle.
With the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday having struck down a law that bans sports betting and gambling, New Jersey's gaming and tourism industry is...
Hours after a court decision set the stage for legalized sports betting in the Garden State, elected officials were ironing out how to cash in on the...
In a victory for New Jersey and the local casino industry, the U.S. Supreme Court has struck down a federal law banning sports gambling.
Sarah Bartlo-Chaplin, currently executive director of National Theatre Corp. in Washington, D.C., has been appointed president and CEO of State Theatre New Jersey, effective August 6.
Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City has set its grand opening for June 28.
The New York Jets are accepting submissions to receive a $100,000 sponsorship with the team for the 2018 football season as part of its premier New York Jets Small Business Showcase, presented by M&T Bank.
There wasn’t any arm-twisting needed to get Danny DeVito to return to his native Asbury Park for the music and film festival that took over the town from April 27-29. Much like the organizers of the event, the actor-director whose film and TV career spans more than five decades was there for the city’s youth.
Justin Kreutzmann’s documentary, “Break On Thru: A Celebration of Ray Manzarek and The Doors,” took home the Asbury Park Music & Film Festival’s best film feature award on Sunday in a ceremony hosted by radio host Shelli Sonstein at the Asbury Hotel.
Basketball Hall of Famer and former New York Knicks star Earl “The Pearl” Monroe has signed for representation with IPZ, the management, representation and consulting company aligned with Warren-based public relations and marketing communications Zito Partners, the company announced.
The executive secretary-treasurer of one of the largest trade unions on the East Coast has been named as the new chairman of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City is set to open on June 28 on the iconic Atlantic City boardwalk.
Hyatt Hotels Corp.’s The Unbound Collection by Hyatt affiliate has entered into a franchise agreement to bring the AC Ocean Walk hotel in Atlantic City under its umbrella.
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center has partnered with Kaplen Jewish Community Center on the Palisades to form a health and wellness education and services to program for the Englewood community.
The New York Red Bulls are charging toward 100 percent renewable energy at their Harrison Red Bull Arena with Covanta, announced today as the team’s official energy sponsor.
A new casino and Meadowlands regional master plan are at the top of the wish list for Vincent Prieto, the new president of the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority.
The future is now at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City as the hotel unveils IGT Dynasty Electronic Table Games.
Our top pick this year doesn’t reside in New Jersey, but he and his company have a substantial impact on the state — and it may just be the beginning.
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship is the epitome of a money machine. The annual extravaganza known as March Madness, which tipped off at arenas across the U.S. on March 15, generates billions upon billions of dollars from myriad revenue streams including corporate sponsorships, television rights, fees and travel, and hospitality, to name but a few.
Princeton Artist Brush Co., a 25-year-old paint brush maker, has agreed to be acquired by Wisconsin-based Pacon Corp. on unspecified terms.
Jersey City-based Provident Bank has entered into a marketing agreement with Major League Soccer’s New York Red Bulls.
Vincent Prieto is resigning his seat in the New Jersey General Assembly to become president and CEO of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority.
Entertainment-focused restaurant Dave & Buster’s opened its second New Jersey location this week, only two months after the opening of its first.