New Proposal Would Allow Tesla to Remain Open, Double its Locations in NJ
Under a new proposal Tesla, whose direct to consumer sales model was effectively banned earlier this year by the Motor Vehicle Commission, would be able to set up four stores in the state - two more than it had prior to the rule change -to sell its high-end electric cars.
Newark Student's PSA Draws Attention to Cyber Bullying
One student at East Side High School in Newark has created a public service announcement to raise awareness about cyber bullying through a powerful video. His PSA has earned him a top spot in the Panasonic 2014 Kid Witness News (KWN) New Vision Awards.
Veterans Help Englewood Ditch Paper For the Cloud
A group of veterans is helping put Englewood city government in the cloud. Bright Star, a Newark company, helps governments and businesses go digital.
NJ High School Students Square Off in Wall Street Trading Game at Stevens
20 high school teams from New Jersey and New York competed in Trading Day, a stock trading competition put on by Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ, on Friday, April 25, 2014.
Montclair State Seals Deal for New Campus-wide Software Upgrade
Three years after a botched computer upgrade resulted in a $20 million lawsuit, Montclair State University is making another attempt at improving its campus software system. Via NJ.com. Kelly Heyboer/The Star-Ledger.