Ask Away: Why does New Jersey have so many more ghosts than states with larger populations such as California and New York? I have over three ghosts in my house and my friend Terrance has nearly six. ...
There are more than 40 trains on display at the Garden State Central Model Railroad Club’s annual holiday display. About 3,000 people visit the holiday train display every year.
Giambri’s Quality Sweets has been making treats for over 70 years. They make about 40,000 candy canes a year, starting production in August and wrapping thing up by mid-December.
The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening Dec. 11 through Dec. 17.
The first Christmas tree farm in the United States was located right outside of Trenton. The U.S. Department of Agriculture indicates that New Jersey harvested 68,471 Christmas trees in 2012.
At the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City visitors are given a ticket back in time to view more than 130 artifacts retrieved from the bottom of the ocean.
The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening Dec. 4 through Dec. 10.
As Christmas quickly approaches, many New Jersey residents are heading out to purchase trees and many farms throughout the state allow customers to choose and cut down their own trees.
Ask Away: What’s the oldest township in New Jersey?
A librarian at the New Jersey Historical Society told us there are a number of settlements in New Jersey dating back to the 1600s. One example is ...
Ask Away: Why do some towns have Boro or Township, etc. in their name when others don’t?
Every municipality in New Jersey falls into one of the following five types of municipal government: ...
Ask Away: How many NJ Transit buses are there on the road on any given day?
The maximum number of busses on the road at any given time is 1,867, according to NJ Transit Senior Public Information ...
Ask Away: Why do they call it the "Ironbound?"
The Ironbound is a four square mile section of Newark’s East Ward. It gets its name from the railroad tracks that form its boundaries. According to ...
Ask Away: Why can’t we pump our own gas?
New Jersey is one of two states where you can’t pump your own gas (Oregon is the other). In our case, the self-service ban dates back to a 1949 state ...
Langosta Lounge has prepared a free Thanksgiving meal to anyone in need for nearly 10 years.
38,000 miles of pavement all jam-packed into our tiny state, but who decides which roads get repair work done?