In Newark, onlookers in the dark hours of the morning, watched a century-old statue of Christopher Columbus removed from a plinth at the mayor’s orders. The city’s last statue of Columbus is still standing in the North Ward, but many believe it is only a matter of time before the 15th-century explorer tastes the waters of the Passaic River.
Two Newark organizations and the Newark Public Library have collaborated to place signs on historic homes throughout the Forest Hill neighborhood in the North Ward.
A project to restore the historic Grove Street building revealed some interesting history.
Turn-of-the-last-century architecture could be torn down, but fortunately not without consulting Newark Landmarks.
The Newark-based Hanini Group has purchased the 19th century school and only time will tell if the historic structure will be preserved.
The people, parks, and historic buildings around Jersey City's historic downtown area have a very distinct character, and this time of year, a little holiday cheer.
The Heights neighborhood in Jersey City has retained its neighborhood feel, with historic homes, tree-lined streets, and art everywhere.
Architect Robert Hillier used the remnants of an 1820 farmhouse to create a rustic four-bedroom home in the Ringoes section of East Amwell.
A country house on a former dairy farm in East Windsor, which is also being used as an antiques shop, is listed for sale at $499,900.
The owner of Moe's Bait and Tackle is planning to close the store in the near future after nearly 50 years.