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N.Y./N.J. region's flight schedule was most heavily affected by winter storm, study finds

N.Y./N.J. region's flight schedule was most heavily affected by winter storm, study finds

The winter storm that snowed in the region in late January proved extremely disruptive for area airports, according to the Global Gateway Alliance.

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Estate tax, Transportation Trust Fund will be key legislative issues

Between last November’s legislative election — and the lame duck session that followed it — and a sitting governor who...

Travel company moving its HQ from Ramsey to Montvale

The U.S. unit of an Australian travel company has decided to relocate its headquarters from Ramsey to Montvale, according to real estate services...

Airline announces new flights from Newark to Naples, Florida

A Maine-based airline is starting flights from Newark Liberty International Airport to Naples, Florida, later this month, it announced Wednesday.

Work stoppage closes N.J. ports

Work stoppage closes N.J. ports

For reasons still unknown as of the afternoon, a work stoppage forced port terminals on both sides of the Hudson River to abruptly close Friday.

premium content Big or small, Trans American is in it for the long haul: South Plainfield trucking company can handle all size loads

Hours after the Twin Towers fell on 9/11, Trans American got a call relayed from officials at ground zero.

NAI Hanson leases industrial building to top rail-car supplier

Commercial real estate firm NAI James E. Hanson has brokered a long-term lease for an industrial building in Piscataway.

Moody's: N.J. credit rating depends on pension, Transportation Trust Fund decisions

The future of New Jersey's already second-worst credit rating will largely depend on upcoming decisions regarding pension payments and the state's...

N.J. company to auction pope's Philadelphia Fiat for charity

N.J. company to auction pope's Philadelphia Fiat for charity

Some people will pay a lot of money to own a part of history, like the buyer of the “Triple Elvis,” a nearly 7-foot-tall ink and silver...

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