Located along a busy intersection in Shrewsbury known as the Historic Four Corners, for the several historic properties there the tavern was a popular spot for decades.
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Members of the public get an opportunity to experience what it’s like to be a student in Princeton University’s Battle Lab course.
Belmar's event is sponsored by the Belmar Business Partnership. It’s the beach town’s 5th annual kite festival.
A report indicates more than 50 percent of New Jersey K-12 students are enrolled in foreign language classes -- the highest in the nation.
At 8 feet tall, they tower over a park in Toms River that’s now become their home -- and a place for New Jerseyans, and all Americans, to remember the sacrifice our veterans and service members make ...
The Central Jersey Stream Team is a group of volunteers that help clean up pollution from the state's waterways. They started with the Raritan River in 2013, and the movement is expanding.
It’s hard to imagine the spooky holiday without the ghoulish creations. Every year about 40 artists attend the Hopewell Valley Arts Council’s Amazing Pumpkin Carve, though the tradition didn’t ...
More than 600 people participated in the annual Art Educators of New Jersey conference. It’s an opportunity for teachers from all over the state to share new ideas they can bring back to the ...
At Ralston Cider Mill, volunteers demonstrate how cider was made in the early twentieth century using original equipment.
Built in the 1750s by Richard Stockton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, Morven eventually became the first New Jersey governor’s residence.
OB-GYN residents deliver a baby in The Center for Simulation and Experiential Learning at Jersey Shore University Medical Center.
Mount Laurel residents Danielle Stuffo and Danielle Koening launched the nonprofit after watching a commercial about a similar organization out-of-state. At the time, their friends were recently ...
One out of seven children will experience the death of a parent before the age of 20.
The insect learning center in Toms River has hundreds of live bugs and thousands of pinned specimens, like butterflies and beetles.
According to the state Maritime Museum, New Jersey has more shipwrecks along its 127 miles of Atlantic coastline than any other state in the United States.