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For Edgewood Properties, 30 years of building — and giving back

Three ballrooms, approximately two dozen bars and food stations, more than 50 tables, nearly 1,000 guests — and not a single speech. It was classic Jack Morris. When Morris brought a group of his closest friends,...

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...

Murphy on the Hub: ‘We will put on clear display and under one roof...

Gov. Phil Murphy tried to put the significance of the $665 million being invested in the Hub in New Brunswick in perspective — and do it in a way that goes beyond the talking...

For Elizabeth liquor store owner with Ukrainian heritage, a small act of defiance and...

Fred Leighton, the second-generation owner of Bayway World of Liquor in Elizabeth, admits his heritage had something to do with his decision to pull all Russian-made vodkas off the shelves this weekend. His grandmother was...

All-in on electric ambulances: Yes, they are coming to N.J.

For Paterson Fire Chief Brian McDermott, the desire — and the determination — to introduce more electric vehicles to the city’s emergency service fleet came into focus when he did a minute-by-minute examination of...

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...

Gateway’s big reveal: ‘This is now real’

When officials from Onyx Equities announced their plans for the Jewel Box, what they envisioned as the grand entryway that would connect and open the Gateway complex to Newark Penn Station and the city...

In New Brunswick, an effort to turn football Saturdays into year-round relationship with city

The 3 minute, 40 second video — made to promote New Brunswick as a cool place to visit — certainly gives people a sense of the city as a destination for a football weekend,...

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...

Another year, another exodus: N.J. leads nation in outmigration for 3rd straight year, study...

We’re not sure what’s more fun: Reporting on the annual migration study by United Van Lines or watching the spin/outrage/debate that follows after it is revealed that New Jersey — for the third consecutive...

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Kenvue moving Neutrogena operations to N.J., closing L.A. office and cutting jobs

Kenvue, the Johnson & Johnson spinoff that operates as a fully independent company and is based in Skillman, is closing its Neutrogena office in...

The push — and the need — for statewide participation in AI Hub from...

The state’s well-chronicled history of innovation — along with Princeton University’s equally impressive connection to major computer science advances — made New Jersey and...

Responsible AI: There need to be guardrails, Microsoft expert says

Artificial intelligence — especially with the rise of programs such as ChatGPT — can quickly teach you how to do anything. Like build a bomb...

Exchange Place Alliance installs thought-provoking artwork along Jersey City waterfront

Whether you are an art aficionado or not, a new sculpture installation along the Jersey City waterfront will not only catch your attention, but...

Denholtz Properties breaks ground on new coastal living community in Atlantic Highlands

Executives from Red Bank-based Denholtz Properties were joined by project partners, investors and prospective residents to celebrate the start of construction on Brant Point,...