Mohamed Alsiadi says innocent Syrians are being killed every day and the country needs help from the United States.
A former president, the governor and other notable individuals spoke about New Jersey's first African-American congressman.
Jessica Galli of Hillsborough will be competing in her fourth Paralympic Games in London this summer.
The dean of the New Jersey congressional delegation and the state’s first African American congressman leaves behind a legacy of respect and generosity in his hometown of Newark.
The first black congressman in New Jersey had announced a battle with colon cancer last month.
A stream of visitors came to New Hope Baptist Church in Newark two days after Whitney Houston's funeral.
Governor Christie announced the 11 inductees which include Annie Oakley, Christopher Reeve and The E Street Band during a ceremony Friday afternoon.
Thomas Edison archivist says there's more to learn about the 'Wizard of Menlo Park' beyond his role as an inventor.
Janice Wolfe is the founder of Merlin's Kids, a non-profit organization dedicated to training service dogs for children and young adults with special needs.
Olympic gold medalist swimmer and New Jersey’s own, Rebecca Soni, has stepped up her training ahead of this summer’s games in London.
Editors of the publication talk about the compilation of the list and the top five most powerful people in business in the state.
Angelo Pezzino was one of the thousands of passengers on the Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground off the coast of Italy.
More than 300 congregants packed the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Newark for its annual Martin Luther King Day celebration.
Gov. Christie was among the 1000 mourners at the funeral of Republican Assemblyman Alex Decroce.
The public can vote for their picks for the New Jersey Hall of Fame Class of 2012 until Jan. 1.