Times are changing in Atlantic City as the gaming town goes upscale. Veteran reporter Dick Sheeran waxes nostalgic about budget-friendly buffets that are becoming a thing of the past.
New Jerseyans take to the beach and take a moment to reflect on those serving around the globe.
Finn's Point, a unique cemetery in New Jersey, contains remains of both Confederate and Union soldiers.
The Jersey connection to what has often been called the most beautiful suspension bridge in the world is owed to the Trenton-based Roebling Company which revolutionized bridge building.
In Monmouth County, New Jersey's smallest town is ready to forfeit it's name in order to merge with another seaside community. But not everyone agrees with the proposal.
This unique restaurant symbolized a bygone era when flying was glamorous.
It was the end of an era in New Jersey, as the Nets ended their 35-year run in the Garden State.
When the Burlington County affiliate of Habitat for Humanity needed help to rehabilitate a Mt. Laurel home for a single father, carpenters from Local Union 255 answered the call.
Consolidation studies go back decades, but the latest has landed with a resounding thud.
The beach in Belmar was crowded Monday, along with businesses nearby, as temperatures soared into the 80s.
Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, is being recognized in the Garden State this week with dozens of ceremonies.
Residents of The Gates, which was supposed to be a veterans-only housing complex, complain of violence and poor conditions.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker pulled a neighbor from her burning home Thursday night.
The public's fascination with the ill-fated luxury liner has stood the test of time -- 100 years and counting.
This year's Cherry Blossom Festival holds special meaning due to the 100-year commemoration of when the Japanese gift of over 3000 trees arrived in the United States on March 26, 1912.