As the winter holidays approach and families come together to share the joy of the season, many are inspired to help others less fortunate.
Hudson County is proceeding apace with construction of a brand new courthouse—to be known as the Frank J. Guarini Justice Complex in honor of the former congressman—off Newark Avenue.
A talented trio from McNair Academic High School in Jersey City have achieved recognition as the green giants of “sustainable community garden irrigation.”
Twenty-seven years ago, Trevor and Linda Rubingh, founders of a cross-cultural church in Ward F, got 300 kids together for a weekend of youth programming. That’s when they discovered their true mission: providing trained teen mentors to help underprivileged kids with academics and music.
Liberty State Park, the 600-acre “jewel” of New Jersey’s state parks system with an estimated 5 million visitors annually, may succumb to privatization despite a master plan calling for a balance of nature trails and playing fields.
Simmering below is a cauldron of dissatisfaction that could come to a boil as legions of faculty are collecting signatures to have the university’s senate support a resolution of no confidence in the school’s president.
A plague of dirt bikers has struck Jersey City’s neighborhoods, driving residents crazy and fearful that their antics will leave someone crippled or dead.
The long and winding march to restore Loew’s Jersey theater in Journal Square took a step forward this week as the city’s Historic Preservation Commission conditionally approved the $72 million restoration job slated to be performed DAE Entertainment 1 Entity LLC.
Governor Phil Murphy has expressed tepid support for purchase of 135 acres of unused railroad property to develop an 8.6-mile nature trail.
After a nine-year closure triggered by Superstorm Sandy, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection marked the Liberty State Park Nature Center’s return to life Wednesday, June 23, with the completion of a $3.5 million restoration.