Public transit is the only effective means for Newarkers to get around our city, and at one time, it was a fast, efficient, and timely endeavor. So why has it become so lousy?
A group of preservationists is trying to buy the former home of a freed slave that is for sale in Montclair.
These five city halls — ranging in styles from Neoclassical to Art Deco — made a statement about the importance of New Jersey when they were built.
A Victorian-era brick factory in the Ironbound neighborhood of Newark could be converted into a mixed-use building.
Spoiler alert: No ghosts were spotted during the events of this article, but it wouldn’t be hard to believe on All Hallows’ Eve!
A stone slab commemorating Walter Kidde was found overgrown with moss and hidden between shipping containers. Months later, however, the monument seems to have disappeared.
New Jersey presidential visits spanning from George Washington to Joe Biden are explored with a fresh perspective in this new book.
Newark could have the prettiest neighborhoods in America… but only if we gave the humble rowhouses the same dignity as the greatest mansions on Ballantine Parkway.
One of Paterson’s wealthiest residents unknowingly owned a painting by Leonardo Da Vinci.
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.