Curlers from the Plainfield Curling Club explain the winter sport made popular by the Olympics which involves throwing granite stones down a sheet of ice.
Fifth graders at Newark's KIPP New Jersey Team Academy traveled to outer space Wednesday thanks to the Newark Museum.
A Skylab, or portable inflatable dome, was erected in the ...
They call Marion Lee Johnson a "Hidden Figure." That’s because the mathematician worked at Boeing for NASA calculating trajectories for the Saturn V rocket that sent Neil Armstrong to the moon in ...
HomeFront, a social service agency that serves the working poor and homeless families, offers culinary classes at its Family Campus in Ewing at no cost to its clients.
Family Promise of Hudson County, is now open and available to serve homeless families throughout the county.
A local affiliate of a national nonprofit, Family Promise, works to keep entire ...
The program is focused on teaching girls life skills like decision making, business ethics and goal-setting.
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February 19, 1942 was a day that would change the lives of many Japanese people living on the West Coast. That is when President Franklin D. ...
Soles4Souls sells the shoes to micro-entrepreneurs and small business owners in developing countries who typically make $10 to $12 per pair at their local market.
Stephen Burrows, an iconic African-American fashion designer and trailblazer, received a key to the city of Newark, his hometown, during a news conference Wednesday.
Burrows is celebrated for ...
Two-thirds of the immigrants processed at Ellis Island went through the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal at Liberty State Park.
Parishioners and volunteers in a new network of churches offer emergency housing for single women seven nights a week during the coldest months of the year.
It’s a chocolate lover’s paradise at David Bradley Chocolatier in Robbinsville.
An associate minister in Paterson has created a platform to empower and celebrate entrepreneurial women of color.
Rev. Aisha Taylor Issah is founder and CEO of the Sistahs in Business Expo, or ...
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.