The state of New Jersey recently announced its recognition of Bruce Springsteen Day. Read about the announcement and view the official Proclamation here.
A “suspicious” fire that tore through the carriage house of a historic home in Orange couldn’t be analyzed for arson because county investigators never came.
“You know how someone’s walking on squeaky floors — that’s what it sounded like." Moments later, the living room ceiling caved in, dumping decades of accumulated dust and debris throughout the home.
The new resource center in Plainfield will feature meeting spaces and provide a range of services to residents.
The mixed-use project is being constructed near Mill Hill Park at the edge of Trenton’s downtown.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority not only wants to replace the Newark Bay Bridge, but is also seeking to bring major changes to part of I-78 in Jersey City.
More than six years after a fire destroyed the Harris Diner, an East Orange landmark, the building could be torn down and replaced with a produce store.
In the near future, the part of Commerce Street that sits east of Newark Penn Station might no longer be owned by the City of Newark.
The charging stations would be the last ones in New Jersey passed by drivers who are heading to Midtown Manhattan on Route 495.
A former bowling alley that was a landmark of sorts in West Orange might be torn down and replaced with a Public Storage location.