Tucked within picturesque Hunterdon County, the historic Prallsville Mills still stands.
Liam Klein was diagnosed with PTSD and assigned a service dog to help with his condition. The results have been remarkable, so he started a foundation that raises funds to help other children with ...
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.
The residents who lost their lives in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are honored at the Middletown World Trade Center Memorial Gardens.
Volunteers at Friends of Island Beach State Park pick a unique fruit, the beach plum, to make jelly. They sell jars of the jelly to help fund events and conservation efforts for Island Beach State ...
Manasquan first responders use the rescue boat Marine 27 to save distressed swimmers in hazardous conditions or at times with no lifeguards are on duty. The group of volunteer firefighters, lifeguards ...
The colony of New Jersey built the barracks in Trenton to house soldiers. Two hundred and sixty years later, the Old Barracks Museum is still teaching the history of the Revolutionary War.
Stockton University opens its new Atlantic City campus with the hope of bolstering the city's revival and university admissions. The campus has residential dorms that can house up to 534 students and ...
Over the past 20 years the monarch butterfly population has dropped to record lows, but new research suggests cities may hold the key to sustaining the population.
Gov. Murphy called the long-deferred American Dream project "a dream that is finally coming to fruition."
Bhalla is alleging Suez, the company that operates the Hoboken water system, has mismanaged it.
This year, New Jersey is the third largest producer of peaches nationwide.
Farmers say the markets offer a chance to connect with local residents and that they draw more customers to their farms.
Crew members of the state's official tall ship, the AJ Meerwald, discuss the historic vessel's past.
The Helen L. Diller Vacation Home for Blind Children provides kids an opportunity to enjoy summers at day camp.