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Issues to look for as N.J. athletes and colleges navigate NIL agreements

New state laws and an NCAA rule change that went into effect July 1 now allow college athletes to, for the first time, earn money directly from the use of their name, image and...

N.J. is ‘the Education State’ — with plentiful gardens

There has been historical debate over the true origins of our nickname, “the Garden State.” One theory is that a couple of cranberry farmers in the mid-19th century came up with the name to help...

N.J. can become national model for sustainable construction

Momentum is mounting in our nation’s capital for the passage of a nearly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal negotiated by President Joe Biden and Republicans in the Senate. Recently, the Problem Solvers Caucus in the House of...

Bracken: Tax hike on employers during a crisis is not the way to go

New Jersey employers have been dealing with many distinct crises during the COVID-19 pandemic, including government-mandated shutdowns, a labor shortage as the economy reopens, the ongoing need for financial resources and, now, uncertainty as the Delta variant and perhaps other...

It’s time to accelerate availability of electric vehicles

Much has been written over the years about Americans’ love affair with their cars. I’m not sure I was one of them, but, now that I drive an electric car, I’ve fallen head over heels....

Cantor, who served in Afghanistan, offers powerful open letter to fellow veterans

The country asked you to go to war in Afghanistan and you did your job honorably. You fought for the soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen to your right and left. You fought to try...

N.J. needs to clear up unemployment insurance uncertainty for employers

New Jersey’s unemployment insurance system has worked as intended for decades to protect workers who have lost their jobs. Employers and employees alike pay a payroll tax into a state fund, with the federal government backing it up as needed. The state...

Climate change reports is more evidence Murphy should sign C-PACE bill

The startling climate change report issued Monday by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was very clear: The climate crisis, caused by humans, is worsening extreme weather around the globe. That’s been obvious in...

10 tips for choosing the right PR firm

Choosing a strategic communications firm to help get your story told isn’t quite like getting married — then again, maybe it is. To do it right, you need to ask a lot of questions —...

Making case for cannabis to be covered by insurance for care of chronic pain

A person living with acute or chronic pain today can be prescribed a potentially addictive opioid — and the cost of the medication will be covered by commercial and government insurance policies. Despite better education...

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Residents in declared disaster counties could be eligible for Federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance

New Jersey residents affected by Hurricane Ida may be eligible for Disaster Unemployment Assistance, the state Department of Labor & Workforce Development said Monday. The...

Apartment complex in Hamburg refinanced for $31M

A multifamily complex in Hamburg was refinanced for $31 million, according to Progress Capital. The real estate firm secured the loan for Carlton Village Apartments,...

Mortgage, rental assistance grants of up to $2,000 available for Ida victims from N.J....

New Jersey Realtors announced Monday that it is making a limited number of grants of up to $2,000 to residents impacted by Hurricane Ida. New...

Westville’s PrimoHoagies sandwich chain announces national expansion

PrimoHoagies, the sandwich chain based in Westville, is expanding nationwide, with 18 new franchises in four states, the company said in a news release. The...

How N.J. businesses need to be inclusive in their online outreach, specifically for people...

Why your online outreach is lacking by over 30% Gone are the days of word of mouth and traditional advertising. The internet is king, and...