Reenactment of Abraham Lincoln’s Speech at State Museum

By Jerry Henry

The New Jersey Civil War Heritage Association’s Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee and several other organizations interested in the state’s role in Read more of this post


Multiple Sclerosis and Swim Therapy

By Sara Lee Kessler

Each week, people who are living with multiple sclerosis, a central nervous system disease that affects balance and mobility, gather at the JCC Read more of this post

Rollback of Turnpike Tolls Under Consideration

By Michael Aron

Turnpike tolls are scheduled to rise by an average 90 cents per ride next January.  Read more of this post

Newark Museum Features “Posing Beauty” Photo Exhibit

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn

“Posing Beauty”, the acclaimed photo exhibit, is now on display at the Newark Museum.  Read more of this post

Teacher Tenure Reform Follow-up

By Zachary Fink

Some Democrats agree education reform is necessary but are saying Governor Christie’s proposed reforms are too radical. Read more of this post