The Jersey Shore's old school amusements and laid-back beach vibes are a mainstay for a reason.
The lighthouse, decommissioned in 1927, has been re-lit and continues to draw thousands of visitors a year.
Back in 1975, New Jersey’s osprey population plummeted to less than 70 breeding pairs. The latest count shows 515 nesting osprey couples, most of them along Barnegat Bay.
Violent, deadly crime in Jersey City. Religious leaders convene to come up with some answers. Technology catches up to a treatment for a neurological disease. See how it works. The best in America. ...
A sigh of relief along the Jersey Shore as Hermine weakened to a post-tropical cyclone and skirted eastward, out to sea.
Post-tropical storm Hermine came at us full of sound and fury and blew itself away just in time to salvage some of the Labor Day celebrations. But not in time to help boost sales for shore businesses ...
Trouble on the tracks. Amtrak executives tell state senators without the will and billions in wherewithal to build a new Hudson River tunnel, the commute may only get worse. A Great Adventure. Inner ...
Commercial fishermen pulled in more than $87 million worth of sea scallops in New Jersey in 2014, up more than $20 million from 2013.
They all got Trumped. But candidate Christie gets high marks for his debate performance. It could propel him into the top tier of GOP contenders. Immigration policy that would offer illegals a path to ...
The highest bid at the auction for the Surflight Theatre was $2 million, below the amount of secured debt.
The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening June 5 through June 11.
Immigrants are relieved. Reconsidering offshore wind farms. Animal shelter officials in hot water. Stroke patients rehab with robots. And renegade radio. The way it used to be.
The Board of Public Utilities said the wind farm project doesn't have enough funding and won't benefit NJ ratepayers.
Requiem for Revel. Showboat too. Three of the country's most dangerous counties are here. The dangers of youth sports: Career killing injuries. And there she blows. Whales!
Sightings of whales, seals, and dolphins are on the rise this summer due to improved water qualities.