New Jersey Wineries in Jeopardy

By Kate Megargee

New Jersey vintners want state lawmakers to hurry up and pass legislation allowing out-of-state wineries to open retail outlets here.  Read more of this post

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NJ Lottery to End Televised Broadcast

By Jim Hooker

NJN News has learned that if the operation of NJN is transferred over to New York-based WNET the New Jersey Lottery Commission will no longer broadcast the daily lottery drawings. Read more of this post

Mixed-Use Properties Becoming a Growing Trend

By Briana Vannozzi

AvalonBay Communities in North Bergen is the latest initiative in the world of luxury apartment living in the Garden State.  Read more of this post

Manischewitz Moves to Newark

By Desiree Taylor

Kosher specialty food company, Manischewitz, has a new corporate home and a new face. For much of its 120 years Manischewitz has had a presence in New Jersey.  But after 80 years in Jersey City company officials decided to consolidate and call Newark home. Read more of this post

Funding May Be Restored to Urban Enterprise Zones

By Michael Aron

The Assembly Commerce Committee approved a bill that would restore money to municipalities that contain Urban Enterprise Zones.  Read more of this post

East Coast Gaming Congress Held in Atlantic City Convention Center

By Jerry Henry

For the over 600 gaming industry leaders attending the East Coast Gaming Congress the big issue was the saturation of the market.  Read more of this post

Urban Enterprise Zone Supporters Urge Continuation of the Program

By Briana Vannozzi

The Assembly Commerce and Economic Development Committee heard testimony from business owners and other supporters of the Urban Enterprise Zone today.  Read more of this post