A 19th-century factory complex, where the world’s largest cotton thread company was headquartered until 1935, will become East Newark’s new town center when renovations are complete.
Plans are underway to repurpose the old Fourth Precinct — where the Newark riots began — into an exhibition space as well as the headquarters for the Center for Violence Prevention and Trauma Recovery.
The world’s first movie production house, the Black Maria in West Orange, is getting a huge investment to make the exhibit more tourist-friendly.
A good spot for mudlarking requires two things — an old city and a river. Newark has both, and treasure hunters have found a trove of arrowheads, 19th-century coins, and Victorian inkwells along the riverbanks.
Ahavas Sholom is Newark's longest operating synagogue. But the pandemic nearly robbed them of that honor.
The visionary behind Manhattan's Central Park left hIs mark all over Newark. This spring, Branch Brook Park is hosting a series of events to celebrate his 200th anniversary.
Rare opportunity to see artwork featuring 19th Century landmarks of the little villages that combined to form Bayonne: Bergen Point, Constable Hook, Centerville, and Salterville or Pamrapo.
A 17th-century French artifact was recently found in a small New Jersey town.
New funding has been secured for a Paterson project looking to build an innovative visitors center inside the historic Great Falls National Park.
Two office buildings, steeped in Newark heritage, are slated for modernization in a way that honors Newark’s rich history of innovation and civic engagement.