In celebration of May being Preservation Month, the Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy is hosting two events that will give residents a look at two historic Jersey City neighborhoods.
Jersey City’s largest green space features diverse attractions that range from restaurants to a bird sanctuary, but the land wasn’t always so pristine.
This Montgomery Street home has observed the evolution of the neighborhood for nearly a century and a half under the stewardship of several prominent female owners.
The Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy (JCLC) believes the Junction holds an important place in Jersey City’s history and the building at 500 Communipaw Avenue is no exception.
Approval for a Harriet Tubman monument planned in Newark was first denied, but now a New Jersey commissioner has overruled the state panel of preservationists.
Over Columbus Day weekend, curious Jersey City citizens gathered at the newly opened First Street Park for a tour of the Italian Village, the neighborhood spanning the lower Western side of Downtown.
Get to know the Forest Hill neighborhood, a picturesque and historic corner of Newark.
The builders who redeveloped officers' housing at the former Fort Monmouth Army Base recently unveiled a monument in their new one-acre park that pays homage to the men and women who worked at the base.
State Theatre New Jersey has announced the date for the historic New Brunswick venue’s reopening after a year of major renovations.
Newark was at one point the center for culture and arts in New Jersey and has many once grand theaters to show for it. Now, however, when a Newarker wants to go see a movie or play, they are relegated to traveling to the suburbs or crossing the Hudson River.