Devils to begin accepting applications for ‘Buy Black’ program today

The New Jersey Devils, in conjunction with the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, will begin accepting applications for the Devils Buy Black program, one of the key initiatives of Harris...

Unanue, in TV spot, says country needs to get back to work — compares...

Goya Foods CEO Bob Unanue said the state and the country essentially are under martial law — and that people need to be allowed to go back to work to solve the economic crisis. Unanue,...

Latin food market signs lease at Jersey City shopping center

A family-owned food market has signed a long-term lease at a Jersey City strip center, according to real estate firm Levin Management Corp. The retail specialist said in a news release that Aqui Market had...

N.J. sportsbooks set another record, just short of $1B betting milestone in December

New Jersey’s sportsbooks just missed the $1 billion betting mark in December, but still set another record with $996.3 million in wagers for the month and more than $6 billion for the year, according...

J&J Snack Foods’ chief operating officer is retiring

J&J Snack Foods Corp., the Pennsauken-based maker of products including frozen ices and more, said its chief operating officer will retire, effective March 31. Robert M. Radano, senior vice president and COO, will remain with...

Electric bike company leases space for 1st physical location, NAI Hanson says

An electric bike company has signed a lease for a retail building in Budd Lake, according to real estate firm NAI James E. Hanson. Naticycle Corp., which specializes in the sale and service of electric...

N.J. franchisers open Slim Chickens in Flemington, with plans for 14 more

A New Jersey franchising company has announced that its first Slim Chickens venture opened this week in Flemington. Read more from ROI-NJ: Build around Main Street: Flemington’s business improvement agency is fighting for downtown’s future...

Bielat Santore announces pair of N.J. restaurant sales

Commercial real estate firm Bielat Santore & Co. announced the sales of two restaurants this week. The Allenhurst-based restaurant and hospitality specialists said in news releases that Luca Trattoria in Oakland will be repurposed for...

Australian online gaming company enters N.J. market with sports betting license connected to Freehold...

An Australian online betting company has acquired a sports betting license in New Jersey, it announced Tuesday, entering the state’s market with its second such U.S. license. PlayUp, which provides online sports betting, horse racing...

Cannabis regulation stalls again as debate continues over penalties for minors

Despite New Jersey residents voting overwhelmingly in favor of the legalization of adult-use marijuana last November, cannabis still remains illegal for use in the state, more than two months after that vote. On Monday, during...

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Restaurant relocates to larger space at Clarus Maplewood development

A Maplewood restaurant is relocating to a larger space at a boutique mixed-use community next door in Maplewood, the developer announced recently. JMF Properties said...