Will the Justice Department charge Sen. Menendez with corruption? The ongoing debate over over-hauling the Port Authority. Long-haul truckers looking for a rest stop. And war through the eyes of ...
The Zimmerli Art Museum has an exhibit called "Picturing War" on display through July 5 with images from conflicts ranging from the Civil War to World War II.
The eleventh hour insecurity of Homeland Security. Tougher school standards mean higher graduation rates. A volunteer soup kitchen where the hungry volunteer. And a groundbreaking ballerina.
Ballerina Misty Copeland, the third African-American soloist for the American Ballet Theatre, visited Princeton University to discuss her experience in the dance world.
A candidate's pilgrimage to conservative power-players. Financing a beach house with funds for the needy. Paterson and the grip of heroin. The SAD effect of a sunless season. And a historic theater's ...
The non-profit Surflight Theatre has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to liquify property to pay off creditors.
Fifty bucks for besting the PARCC test? Efforts to postpone using the results for years. Atlantic City's crisis call for creativity. And losing a jazz great.
NEA Jazz Master and Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award recipient Clark Terry died over the weekend. He was a member of the William Paterson University community.
The governor's speech to the Chamber of Commerce. What wasn't said. Newark's schools superintendent meets with the students protesting in her office since Tuesday. And no peeking theater. What an ...
Jersey City's Art House is offering a new play, The Shapeshifter. It's a blindfolded adventure for the sighted and an amplified theater experience for the blind and visually impaired.
Port Authority executive travel under investigation. The quest to lift superintendent salary caps. The master of tap -- Savion Glover. And the sweet, blooming cost of "Be My Valentine."
Savion Glover let NJTV News watch as he prepped his stage for a performance at State Theatre in New Brunswick.
More dangerous crossings. Rahway River flood control. Bay Head's stalled beach replenishment. Could Liberty State Park be opened to developers? And women and heart disease: a red letter day.
The Montclair Art Museum exhibit Come As You Are: Art of the 1990s pays tribute to the decade.
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