RWJBH’s Ostrowsky called for state shutdown in March before others. He has different view...

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M Station, transformative project for Morristown, breaks ground

Peter Bronsnick, the New Jersey president for SJP Properties, couldn’t resist as he stood under a tent in a vacant parking lot in Morristown that one day will become M Station, one of the...

Newark Beth Israel to host groundbreaking for $100M renovation project

Darrell Terry is Mr. Newark Beth Israel. He was born at the hospital, he met his wife at the hospital, they had their first two kids at the hospital — and he and his...

Why N.J.’s big program for restaurants/bars may not be (anywhere close to) big enough

Marilou Halvorsen repeatedly said the words “grateful” and “appreciative.” As head of the New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association, she was thrilled to hear Gov. Phil Murphy is directing $35 million toward her industry —...

Palatucci, N.J.’s top RNC official, faces his toughest challenge

As he drove the final 50 miles or so of his 14-hour trek to Amelia Island, Georgia — site of the winter meetings of the Republican National Committee — Bill Palatucci very well knew...

How BPU just increased N.J.’s ability to become wind-power superpower

When Gov. Phil Murphy announced in February his ambitious plan of having 7,500 megawatts of offshore wind energy by 2035, he talked of all of the benefits it would bring to the state. Murphy didn’t...

Rutgers Law School: Where Ruth Bader Ginsburg found her voice

David Lopez, the dean of Rutgers Law School-Newark said it doesn’t take long during orientation of the incoming class before the fact that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg taught at the school comes...

Why Evergreen Fund sets N.J. apart — and could set up state for future

New Jersey Economic Development Authority CEO Tim Sullivan loves to talk about how the proposed tax incentive programs could have a major impact — particularly in the state’s most challenging areas. He talks about the...

Siree Morris wants to build houses in Newark — and clear path for others...

Ribbon-cuttings never get old for Siree Morris. They represent another completed project — another example that he can make it as a developer. Another example that a young Black man can make it in...

Elnahal, University Hospital unveil new vision for Newark — and new logo

Sure, there was a media release, and Shereef Elnahal will be available for interviews to talk about the vision he has for University Hospital in Newark — a vision that comes complete with a...

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Tax changes are coming — but will they help or hurt N.J.?

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ShopRite-anchored retail center in Sewell is sold

A retail center anchored by a ShopRite has sold in Sewell, according to JLL Capital Markets. Mill Pond Village, a 94,550-square-foot, two-building center at 380...

Provident Bank signs leases for administrative HQ, ops center in Woodbridge

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Rutgers survey finds small businesses are adapting to pandemic, but fear for future

A new survey by Rutgers University has found that small businesses are adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic, but will continue to need help in...

Integra wraps up $300M+ deal for ACell

Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corp., the Princeton-based medical technology company, has completed its previously announced, $300 million-plus acquisition of ACell Inc., it announced Wednesday. Read more...