Rubin "Hurricane" Carter was a boxer from New Jersey who was wrongly convicted of murder in the 1960s. He died at his home in Toronto Sunday.
Morristown resident Cooper Weil and her family and friends are fundraising by selling hand-made bracelets for Children's Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick, which helped Cooper when she was sick.
TORONTO (AP) — Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, the boxer whose wrongful murder conviction became an international symbol of racial injustice, has died at 76. His death was confirmed Sunday by John Artis, a caregiver and associate. Carter spent 19 years ...
LUMBERTON, N.J. (AP) — A man has been killed in a fire at a southern New Jersey motel. The Burlington County prosecutor's office says fire crews responded around 8:50 Friday morning to the Travel Inn near the Mount Holly bypass in Lumberton. A ...
Stefanie Arozamena is raising money for the teachers at James Monroe Elementary School in Edison to help them rebuild their classrooms after the school burned down. Members of the school community helped the Arozamena family after their home was lost to fire in 2011.
April is National Autism Awareness Month and there are events going on throughout the state benefiting autism organizations.
A new organization that plans to help educate autistic children in New Jersey, Nassan's Place, is holding a 5K Walk for Autism to raise money for Autism New Jersey and to open a center.
Community FoodBank of New Jersey teaches trainees to cook, helping them graduate and improve their lives with their new skills.
The first and largest AIDS foundation in New Jersey, Hyacinth AIDS Foundation, will be holding a Casino Night March 22 in New Brunswick to raise money to keep their services free of charge to the community.
The Old Bridge Glass Slipper Project accepts donations of prom related items, for students who cannot afford all the expenses so they can attend the prom.