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Going to market: Mercer is just latest part of N.J. to use professionals to promote tourism, business

Mercer County is traveling down the now well-trodden path of pairing up with a marketing firm to bring more tourists, as well as business events, to...

Gateway Development Corp. announces funding for small portion of project, welcomes Zaro to board

The Gateway Program Development Corp. continues to move forward while hoping the project’s funding issue will get resolved. On Friday, the GDC...


Sullivan talks about present (and future) needs for state

New Jersey Economic Development Authority CEO Tim Sullivan isn’t just interested in revitalizing New Jersey as an innovation hub, he is also...

Murphy promises college loan forgiveness plan at Propelify fest

Gov. Phil Murphy said his administration will soon be introducing a program that would forgive a yet-to-be-determined college loan amount if students...


State unemployment edges lower, despite a loss of jobs

New Jersey employment shrank in April, according to the state, but the unemployment rate also ticked downward to 4.5 percent. After three...

Poll: Booker is well-liked; Murphy is still a bit of a mystery; Menendez, well …

A new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll offers good news for Gov. Phil Murphy and U.S. Sen. Cory Booker. For U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez? Not so much. The poll...


Palmieri’s new challenge: Deputy mayor tasked with growing Newark the right way

John Palmieri was named Newark’s deputy mayor for economic growth, transportation and infrastructure at the start of the year. Palmieri has been...

Greater Trenton names three new board members

Greater Trenton, the nonprofit economic development organization focused on the state’s capital city, has named three new board members as it...


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