The state's first accelerator aims to encourage emerging tech companies with mentorship and seed money.
ReServe specializes in matching non profits with workers 55 and older who are finding traditional notions of retirement outdated and are looking at the the next phase of their working life.
Reports of possible stowaways caused federal agents and media to converge at Port Newark. Stowaways are not new. Reports go back to the 1800s of ship crew members finding unwanted passengers with ...
New Jersey isn’t called the Garden State for nothing. Agriculture, historically, has always played a key role in the state’s economy. But appreciation for that fact has surged in recent years.
Since it opened in 1963, Middlesex County’s Plays In The Park has been providing affordable, and at times free, theatrical productions at Roosevelt Park in Menlo Park.
The Jersey connection to what has often been called the most beautiful suspension bridge in the world is owed to the Trenton-based Roebling Company which revolutionized bridge building.
After a $45 million makeover, the 2,740-acre property of the late Doris Duke opens to the public Saturday, May 19.
The desire to know where we come from is reflected in the popularity of PBS's Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and the growing interest in do-it-yourself genealogical research.
Terra Meierdierck works with schools to integrate school gardens and composting programs that teach kids about growing and using locally-sourced food and improve the school lunch menu at the same ...
The public's fascination with the ill-fated luxury liner has stood the test of time -- 100 years and counting.
They say everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day. Here in New Jersey, that may be more true than elsewhere.
On March 6, 1912, the first Oreo cookies were sold to a Hoboken shopkeeper on Washington Street.
Camden County College's Center for Civic Leadership and Responsibility examines various aspects of the religion and its culture in a five-part lecture series "Islam: Tradition and Diversity."
At the turn of the last century, Fort Lee became the first American film town -- one in which an entire population was employed by the motion picture industry.
Franklin Lakes' resident Nancy Rosin is a true romantic and is passionate about all things Valentine's Day -- especially handcrafted, antique cards.