REPORT: Millennials are Leaving New Jersey
The numbers are in and Millennials want something New Jersey doesn't have enough of.
As Prosecution Rests, Will Senator Bob Menendez Stay or Will He Go?
The result of the senator’s corruption trial remains to be seen, but the conclusion could have a potentially large effect on New Jersey’s congressional representation over the next year.
As Nuclear Power Plant Closes, What is Lacey Township’s Economic Future Like?
The Ocean County community is seeking input on Wednesday as Oyster Creek shuts down.
Exploring Mount Tabor: Ocean Grove’s Countryside Counterpart
Located in Morris County, New Jersey, the community of cottages known as Mount Tabor is one of the region’s most unique villages.
Wawa Planning Morris County Locations in Dover and East Hanover
Jersey Digs has learned that Wawa locations are planned for Dover and East Hanover.
What Ever Happened to Expanding NJ TRANSIT Service to Sussex County?
Eight new stations were supposed to be built along the former Lackawanna Cutoff, but construction has yet to begin on the first stop.
Jersey City Ranks Number One In New Jersey For New Development
Unsurprisingly, Jersey City is ranked #1 for new development in New Jersey - but do you know what other NJ towns are also seeing lots of development?
One of N.J.’s Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Homes Sells
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.
Former Trenton Industrial Complex Being Transformed Into Mixed-Use Community
An increasing number of New Jersey developers are finding new uses for vacant or abandoned historic buildings in urban areas. In Trenton, construction is underway on Roebling Center, a mixed-use transit-oriented-development.
New Jersey Might Tax Airbnb Rentals, Allow Towns To Decide On Bans
If State Assembly members have their way, New Jersey might soon start collecting hotel taxes on short-term rentals across the state, but would also allow towns the authority to ban or restrict the rentals if they feel compelled to do so.