When it comes to social justice in the workplace, words matter — but actions...

Ryan Haygood, the CEO of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, said the author summed up the situation perfectly in his book: “Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community?” Haygood said the...

Sign of the times: For Onyx, it’s a little comedy — and a lot...

You can’t miss the signs when you drive down Campus Drive or Sylvan Way in the big Class A office park off routes 10 and 202 in Parsippany. “You’re better at the office,” the signs...

Getting back on track: Why investing in nearly empty trains now is smart bet...

When he was campaigning for the job, Gov. Phil Murphy called New Jersey Transit a national disgrace. That’s when he was being nice. He also promised he would fix it, even if it killed...

Capturing the moment: ‘In the Time of COVID: One Hospital’s Struggles and Triumphs’

Adam Jarrett recalled the moment it all came crashing down. Mr. Perez, a 45-year-old man those at Holy Name Medical Center suspected had COVID-19 since he came to their emergency department a little more than...

‘It’s irresponsible. It’s crazy talk’: N.J. leaders rip tunnel report

Say this for everyone and anyone from New Jersey associated with the Gateway Tunnel project: They are not going to settle for anything less than what is needed — two new tunnels under the...

Amtrak, devastated by COVID, states solid case for why it could play big part...

It’s easy to rattle off all the ways Amtrak can help restore and rebuild the economy along the Northeast Corridor. Chairman Tony Coscia said investments are not only good for producing jobs, but they will...

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...

Cases (and fatalities) are on the rise, but 4 in 10 Jerseyans say they...

If you’re looking for a story that has a bunch of numbers and statistics that can be called into question, you’ve found it. The COVID-19 metrics in New Jersey continue to rise. On Tuesday, Gov....

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...

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...

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

Ralph Thomas, the CEO of the New Jersey Society of CPAs, can easily rattle off what he calls a three-legged stool of tax changes...

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

Cushman & Wakefield has arranged two long-term leases on behalf of Provident Bank for office space in Woodbridge, it announced Wednesday. The bank will...

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...