Morrison became the first black woman to receive the Nobel literature prize in 1993.
Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation hosted its fifth annual Ability Fair, which highlighted the latest products, services and technology for people with physical challenges.
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 ...
One hundred-year-old Roscoe Draper shared his Tuskegee Airmen journey with Congressman Josh Gottheimer.
The Riverview Jazz Festival started with a few hundred attendees in 2012, but organizers expect around 40,000 attendees at the rebranded Jersey City Jazz Festival this year.
The Mayor of Trenton proclaimed Jan. 23, the comedian's birthday, Ernie Kovacs Day.
At Living Lessons Day, held every two years, 50 victims and survivors of tragedies and adversities come to share their journeys and resilience.
Newark's first black mayor laid the foundation for the city's renaissance.
In commemoration of Autism Awareness Day, Kerry Magro read his new children’s book “I Will Light It Up Blue” to 35 autistic students from Jersey City’s McNair Academic High School.
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced a new initiative directing the state's 21 county prosecutors to meet with students to discuss how to handle sexual assault cases.
Rhonda Schaffler sat down for a conversation with Amy Perry, CEO of the hospital division at Atlantic Health, to discuss the challenges and importance of being a women executive, and also Atlantic ...
A new poll asked people how they would rate New Jersey as a place to live.
"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 ...
Christie goes in-depth on the role Jared Kushner played in thwarting his role within the Trump administration, and whether he blames President Trump for being sidelined.
Siperstein helped champion the new state law that took effect Friday. It allows the registrar to amend birth certificates based on how people identify themselves, as male, female or undesignated.