Meet Joseph Bareket, or as you may know him by his artist moniker 'De Yos'.
“If These Stones Could Talk” celebrates the overlooked history of African-Americans in Central New Jersey.
High winds continue to roar through New Jersey, knocking down trees and power lines.
"Breaking Barriers Through Education" was the theme of the first-ever Black History Month program from the state's Department of Education. Students from schools across the state focused on how ...
Creature Comfort has about 500 volunteers -- half are four-legged -- and they come in lots of different breeds and sizes.
New Eyes for the Needy, a nonprofit based in Short Hills, was founded in 1934 and distributes free glasses nationwide.
It’s a bustling village full of people on the job like the stone cutter, printer and blacksmith.
They put pen to paper -- actually pencils -- to profess their love to their parents and siblings.
The New Jersey scallop industry generated more than $123 million in revenue in 2016.
New Jersey's bald eagle population went from nearly wiped out in the 1970s to more than 200 nesting pairs today.
Authorities say no injuries were reported in the blaze, which apparently began in a nearby warehouse.
Visitors at the Liberty Science Center can pretend to be Sherlock Holmes and solve their own crime. The interactive exhibit is open through May.
T. Thomas Fortune, who was born into slavery, lived in the house in the early 1900s. He used the bully pulpit of his newspaper, The New York Age, to speak out against injustice.
The New York Society of Model Engineers has an exhibit in Carlstadt that is about 5,000 square feet of operating model trains. The models are handmade to scale by members.
Every year on Dec. 25 a crucial turning point in the Revolutionary War is reenacted at Washington Crossing State Park.