Visitors get to feed the birds at the aviary -- an interaction the zoo hopes will help create connections with the wildlife.
Many view the 1967 riots, alternatively called a rebellion, in Newark as the city’s low point, prompting whites to flee in droves for the neighboring suburbs. But the phenomenon called white flight ...
Out of 32 contestants in the Tourism Tournament, Red Mill Museum Village won in the final round against Ringwood Manor.
Ramapo College professor Neriko Doerr is working with the Ramapough Lenape tribe on being their own historians and telling their own story.
New Jersey has a rich abolitionist past.
The Statue of Liberty Museum and its dozens of exhibits recently opened to the public in a new site away from the entrance to the Statue.
Boat owners, captains and coaches take Special Olympic athletes out on the water as part of the Atlantic Highlands Yacht Club Special Olympics Sailing Program.
While Bennie Ficeto is typically all business, this is no ordinary week -- Bennie is celebrating his 98th birthday and his co-workers are throwing him a surprise party.
New Jersey has an abundance of historical sites, but get to know the 32 that were selected for the 2019 Tourism Tournament.
The Monmouth County Historical Association hosted its second annual Revolutionary Rave, an event that gives participants an idea of what it was like to entertain in the 18th and 19th centuries.
There’s going to be a new sheriff in Ocean City, armed not with a gun but wings and talons.
Correspondent Briana Vannozzi is in Newark for its fifth National Night Out.
As the years go by, lots of communities change, though residents of one Jersey shore town are celebrating the preservation of their history.
Tinton Falls Mayor Vito Perillo’s wellness campaign aims to encourage borough employees to exercise and maintain a healthier lifestyle. The 94-year-old is a World War II veteran who took office last ...