Officials and family members stood by the twisted steel girders salvaged from ground zero and read the names of residents who died during the terrorist attacks 17 years ago.
Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson explains how 9/11 brought him back to public service, and whether or not America's current counterterrorism efforts are keeping the country safe.
The residents who lost their lives in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are honored at the Middletown World Trade Center Memorial Gardens.
Princeton University tests advances in GPS technology that provides precise location of callers in emergency situations.
Students at High Technology High School recently won the Congressional App Challenge, which was set up as a way to encourage STEM education.
Flag installation represents the victims of 9/11.
A memorial for the victims of 9/11 was held in Essex County.
Montville's Living Lessons program brings voices from all walks of life together to recount powerful stories.
The final debate before June primary election. Republican gubernatorial candidates clash. Might their ideas trump the Democrats? The state is densely populated and diverse. But is that diversity ...
An $8.4 million federal SAFER grant for the Jersey City Fire Department will allow them to hire 16 new firefighters.
A conviction reversed in the Tyler Clemente suicide case that launched a hotline offering help. How many lives have been saved since. A firehouse that first responded on Sept. 11 is still collecting ...
New Jersey has officially launched its statewide text-to-911 system.
The Oculus, the World Trade Center's new transit hub, cost $4 billion, $2 billion more than the original estimate.
Endorser-in-Chief Chris Christie's stone-faced Trump introduction triggered confusion and lit up the Twitter-sphere. Does he still have the political clout to govern for two more years? Rutgers is ...
Abe Kasbo has created the documentary "A Thousand and One Journeys: The Arab Americans" to highlight their experiences.