Jack the Ripper, the infamous 19th-century serial killer, was in the news last month when someone claimed to know his identity. What many don’t know is that Newark had its own “Jack the Ripper” scare a century ago.
An increasing number of New Jersey developers are finding new uses for vacant or abandoned historic buildings in urban areas. In Trenton, construction is underway on Roebling Center, a mixed-use transit-oriented-development.
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Remains of the Thomas Edison’s New Jersey operations can still be seen across the state.
Eight new stations were supposed to be built along the former Lackawanna Cutoff, but construction has yet to begin on the first stop.
New developments throughout New Jersey are catering to a lifestyle in between urban and suburban to help keep millennials in the state.
A 30-year survey and a transportation advocacy group could bring route changes and modernization to the NJ Transit bus system.
Four different but equally stunning homes for sale will be available to see this weekend in Jersey City, Bayonne, and Union City.
If you take New Jersey Transit to get to work, you might soon be riding on brand new buses.
The collective Jersey Shore hosted the most short-term guests this summer, while Hudson County was again the top destination in the Garden State.
More people are moving out of New Jersey according to NJ Biz and a recent report.