The numbers are in and Millennials want something New Jersey doesn't have enough of.
The undercover agents would be used to investigate employee performance and service conditions.
New Jersey’s State Senate has advanced legislation that would set aside $100 million for tenants that are struggling to pay their rents during the coronavirus pandemic.
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This marks the tenth straight year that The Marketing Directors have been honored at the ceremony.
NY Waterway Vice Chairman Arthur Imperatore Jr. and local officials recently held a ceremonial opening for the first high-end specialty gym in Cedar Knolls.
Jack the Ripper, the infamous 19th-century serial killer, was in the news last month when someone claimed to know his identity. What many don’t know is that Newark had its own “Jack the Ripper” scare a century ago.
A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in the Garden State recently found a buyer, and the meticulously restored property is just as grand today as when the legendary architect oversaw the project.
A new report reveals that the Garden State’s younger residents are indeed fleeing, a trend that could have substantial consequences for the business and real estate climate.
Newark filed a lawsuit saying that New York City is violating interstate commerce rules by coercing families to sign leases for illegal and uninhabitable apartments.