Murphy: Nov. 3 election will be held ‘overwhelmingly’ by vote-by-mail

Gov. Phil Murphy announced Friday that he will sign an executive order allowing for the Nov. 3 general election to be held "overwhelmingly" by vote-by-mail. He also said the state’s new online voter registration...

Rutgers-Eagleton Poll: Murphy ratings skyrocket amid pandemic

The way Gov. Phil Murphy has handled the coronavirus outbreak so far has resulted in him being one of the most well-liked governors in New Jersey history, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton poll. Murphy's favorability...

Lowenstein’s Matey confirmed to U.S. Court of Appeals for 3rd Circuit

Paul B. Matey, a former federal prosecutor and legal adviser to former Gov. Chris Christie, has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, according to...

Private-sector employment increases by 235K in February

Private-sector employment grew by almost a quarter-million jobs between January and February, according to the latest National Employment Report from Roseland-based ADP. The payroll and human resources company said that February saw a 235,000-job increase...

Baraka makes case for Newark in Washington Post op-ed

Newark Mayor Ras Baraka — in an op-ed that appeared this weekend in The Washington Post — explained why jobs do not have to come at the expense of community. “There are real challenges inherent...

Ciattarelli, Wisniewski on whether they’ll run for governor (again) in 2021 — and how...

Former Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli is not allowed to announce he is running for governor until January. But he can tell folks what he plans to do. That was clear Thursday at the State of the...

Leadership panel encourages women to be active, in politics and in business

More than 431 women filed to run for national elected office this year, Angela Harrington said. “That is the largest number of women in the history of our country running for office,” Harrington, vice president...

Plenty of opposition to Murphy’s budget proposals

Gov. Phil Murphy’s budget address was filled with a wish list — and an increased millionaire’s tax — that made those supporting his progressive agenda happy. (See ROI-NJ’s recap here.) But there was plenty of opposition. Here’s...

Show & Tell: Reactions to raising tolls on major highways

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority and South Jersey Transportation Authority voted to raise tolls on major highways including the Turnpike and Garden State Parkway, a decision that has the backing of Gov. Phil Murphy....

In search of a smile: Why election stress has given many a sense of...

More than 3.5 million New Jerseyans already have voted in the general election — a first-of-its-kind situation caused by COVID-19. And, while it seemingly should mean there will be less stress, as simply finding time...

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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...