An annual Memorial Day tradition draws a group of diverse riders competing in a variety of bicycle races.
The Manasquan VFW has been coordinating a Memorial Day Parade for the last 30 years.
More than 400 students from Columbus Elementary School had about 20 minutes to grab as many books as they could as part of Sen. Shirley Turner's annual book fair.
Easterseals celebrates 100 years of meeting the needs of people with disabilities and enriching their lives.
Rise, a nonprofit, runs a summer camp for students in Hightstown and East Windsor that focuses on preparing students for the first day of school throughout the summer.
Rutgers University has been on the forefront of agricultural innovation since the founding of Cook College in 1862.
New Jersey has long been a home for some of the world's most famous innovators -- from Thomas Edison, to David Sarnoff, to Alexander Graham Bell and many more.
There are more than 850 immunotherapy clinical trials currently underway across the country. New Jersey’s is playing a key role and leading the way in oncology research.
Solar storage projects are being tested to solve the problem of the sun's limits as a source. In these systems, solar energy is used to power facilities and stored in batteries to be used after ...
The park is featured in NJTV's latest installment of In Your Neighborhood, which highlights innovation all throughout the state.
Personal trainer and FytKids founder Ambyr Chatzopoulos created a program to help young girls build their self-esteem.
Artist Khiang Hei says the peaceful roots of the protest are often forgotten.
Marco Rivero and his wife Juana Rivas are graduates of Eva's Village culinary program. Now they are sharing Peruvian dishes with New Jerseyans by way of their new restaurant — Wasiyki.
More than 800 donated Christmas trees are being recycled to help raise the elevation of marshlands and create new habitats for animals.
Newark has renamed a major thoroughfare in memory of one of its most iconic figures.