New Jersey raked in $4.6 million in tax revenue in the first 10 weeks since recreational cannabis sales launched.
A troubled “CBD Outlet” on the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Mall that has highlighted the difficulty of balancing marijuana legalization and quality of life has been shuttered by authorities over building code violations.
Jersey City’s two craft beermakers — like their brethren from around New Jersey — are in a big brouhaha with state regulators over a “special ruling” they say threatens their livelihoods and that the state says was crafted to balance the interests of New Jersey’s restaurants.
Jersey City’s Modcup Coffee is garnering raves among java cognoscenti by sourcing, roasting, and brewing beans from the world’s great coffee regions — Ethiopia, Columbia, Yemen, Bali, Costa Rica and beyond.
Japanese agricultural technology company Oishii announced today the opening of a 74,000-square-foot indoor vertical farm in Jersey City to grow its “Omakase” variety of strawberry.
Beginning today, New Jersey retail stores may not provide single-use plastic carryout bags and polystyrene foam containers.
Kim Myles is the creator, producer and star of “High Design” on Discovery Plus.
Early this morning the music stopped for JC Studios when a fire destroyed much of the five story building the business has called home.
Beginning on May 4, 2022, New Jersey retail stores, grocery stores and food service businesses may not provide or sell single-use plastic carryout bags and polystyrene foam containers.
Last night the Jersey City Planning Board held a special meeting to evaluate a dozen Cannabis Class 5 (retail business) applications with respect to the city’s zoning laws. The meeting lasted seven hours, ending after 12:30 am without board members’ hearing from two applicants.