We Make allows adults with autism to apply their skills to a work setting and provides the opportunity for full-time employment.
Knitters, crocheters and weavers gather at Arrow Acres Farm in Wall Township to create fiber arts with alpaca yarn.
Accordion players travel from across the nation to have their instruments repaired by Guenadiy Lazarov, a retired physicist and accordion aficionado.
Willie O’Ree, the National Hockey League's first black hockey player considered a legend, met with girls and boys hockey teams at East Side High School in Newark Wednesday.
O'Ree also serves ...
"Over There, Over Here: New Jersey During World War I" displays personal belongings from soldiers in World War I.
Lawnside leaders explain the history of the Martin Luther King district holiday.
It’s easy to take it for granted now, as we can now open our freezers. But years ago, ice harvesting was big business.
National CARES Mentoring Movement encourages adults to get involved to support youth development and success during month of January.
New Jersey has some pipes that date back to the Civil War, an infrastructure so compromised that NJ loses 130 million gallons of treated water every day.
Gov. Chris Christie has declared a state of emergency, authorizing the state director of emergency management to activate and coordinate response and recovery efforts for winter storm Grayson with ...
Winter is here so be sure to keep yourself and others safe by using these tips.
Mayor Steven Fulop and Public Safety Director James Shea announced Mike Kelly as chief of police after careful consideration throughout a thorough interview process.
Governor-elect Phil Murphy Wednesday appointed Carole Johnson as the next commissioner of the Department of Human Services and Christine Norbut Beyerto as commissioner of the Department of Children ...
Maples has served as acting director of NJOHSP since June 2017.
Gov. Christie signed an executive order to help New Jersey taxpayers.