Can The Guy Who Helped Waste Millions In Newark Help Save NYC Public Housing?

By Gerard Flynn News Source – Gothamist Approximately 400,000 people live in NYC’s public housing system, struggling to make their homes in crime-ridden developments with often squalid conditions. The New…

Game of Thrones Could Really Use a Public Transit System

December 23, 2014 By KRISTON CAPPS CityLab Winter is coming. And hey, look—so’s the next train! Thanks to Brooklyn printers Fencing & Archery, there’s now a transit system for Westeros,…

NY Bans Fracking

By THOMAS KAPLAN  DEC. 17, 2014 Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s administration announced on Wednesday that it would ban hydraulic fracturing in New York State because of concerns over health risks,…

Stockton College to Convert Former Showboat Casino into Branch Campus in Atlantic City

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey purchased the former casino Showboat Atlantic City for $18 million on Dec. 12, 2014, beginning its transformation into an island campus designed to…

N.J. would encourage building tiny houses for the poor and homeless under bil

December 6, 2014 NJ.COM By Matt Friedman TRENTON — A bill under consideration by the state Senate aims to put poor and homeless people in new homes. Tiny new homes….

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Program to aid Metuchen’s downtown area

  November 20, 2014 Edison/Metuchen Sentinel By Jessica D’Amico Metuchen’s membership in the Main Street New Jersey (MSNJ) program could help breathe life into what some see as an ailing…

Planners to study Hess properties

November 20, 2014 Edison/Metuchin Sentinel By Kenny Walter A redevelopment study has been authorized for several Woodbridge-based Hess properties that are being sold by the oil company. Read the full…

Paleontologists dig up prehistoric fossils behind New Jersey shopping center

November 17, 2014 Yahoo News By Michael Walsh Paleontologists are excavating a fossil site that might unlock a treasure trove of insights into the disappearance of the dinosaurs — and…

In Newark, Brother Developers Make the Old New Again

By SHARON ADARLO Nov. 7, 2014 8:19 p.m. ET The Wall Street Journal Standing 12 stories high and facing the street with elegant marble columns, the First National Bank on…

Downtown Summit Awarded Membership to New Jersey Main Street’s Associate Tier

By Independent Press on November 06, 2014 at 5:23 AM Summit Downtown, Inc. has announced that Downtown Summit has been awarded membership to New Jersey Main Street’s Associate Tier. Read…