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Sea Isle City to Host First Food Truck Festival

9-26-14
Sea Isle City prepares to host its first food truck festival this weekend.
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Ellis Island Museum Opens Hospital to Public

9-25-14
For the first time in more than 60 years, people will be able to tour the hospital on Ellis Island that detained thousands of sick immigrants.

Ellis Island hospital complex to open to visitors

9-25-14
NEW YORK (AP) — The historic Ellis Island hospital complex is opening to the public on Wednesday for the first time in 60 years. The complex of 29 unrestored buildings is located across the ferry slip from the fully-restored immigration museum. As ...
Pumpkin

All Things Fall in New Jersey

9-25-14
From pumpkin picking, to corn mazes, to festivals, here is a list of all things fall going on in New Jersey this year.

Tennis great Agassi visits Newark charter school

9-25-14
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Andre Agassi brought some star power to a Newark charter school for its official opening. The tennis great was on hand Wednesday for the opening of the new campus of University Heights Charter School. Agassi is a longtime ...
Jake Silverman cuts the start line ribbon to begin Jake's Ride for Dystonia Research. Photo courtesy of Christina Pepi.

Community Raises Money for Dystonia to Support Short Hills Native

9-25-14
Jake's Ride has been raising money to find a cure for dystonia, a disorder that causes muscles to contract involuntarily, since 2008 to support Jake Silverman of Short Hills.
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Peer Support Group Mom 2 Mom Helps Those with Special Needs Children

9-24-14
The support group Mom 2 Mom connects mothers of special needs children with others in the same situation.
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The Seeing Eye Trains Guide Dogs for Visually Impaired

9-23-14
Since 1929, The Seeing Eye in Morristown has been giving sight in the form of guide dogs to the blind and visually impaired.

Town reconsiders public video permit requirement

9-23-14
HELMETTA, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey town where a police officer was videotaped making critical remarks about President Barack Obama is reconsidering a law that would require people to get permits to photograph or film inside public buildings. The ...
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Group Tries to Save T. Thomas Fortune Home from Demolition

9-22-14
A group of preservationists are working to keep the home of Timothy Thomas Fortune, a slave who became a journalist, civil rights activist and first African-American newspaper publisher. The home was designated a National Historic Landmark.