The annual event is a week of community service opportunities, plus art, discussions, and educational forums to help transform the lives of local families who are homeless.
Unsurprisingly, Jersey City is ranked #1 for new development in New Jersey - but do you know what other NJ towns are also seeing lots of development?
If you take New Jersey Transit to get to work, you might soon be riding on brand new buses.
A recent study of housing trends during the 2010s shows renter populations increased dramatically throughout the Garden State, especially among well-heeled residents.
With a restaurant under construction in Hoboken, the automat-driven eatery has another eight New Jersey franchises under development and recently signed leases in two Essex County locations.
The family company, now being run by a new generation, is the epitome of the American success story and is looking to help build communities throughout New Jersey.
The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency has awarded funds that will help add over 1,400 units of affordable housing to the Garden State, including three major projects in Jersey City and Newark.
Dozens of craft beer companies from Little Ferry to Cape May are finding creative ways to give back while keep themselves and the restaurant industry afloat in a tough environment.
“People think my interest in gravestones comes from a place that’s morbid, but it’s really about history.”
New Jersey's rail infrastructure needs some help. I say this with cautious optimism, but it looks like the powers that be may be realizing that too. In the coming weeks, the Federal Railroad Administration and New Jersey Transit will be holding two open house informational meetings on the proposed Hudson River rail tunnels.