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26 min ago | The Jersey Journal
Along the way you will hoist a 5-foot projectile in the gun house elevator, load powder bags that launched the projectile 23 miles, plot a firing solution on the analog computer and pull the trigger to simulate the firing of this massive gun! urret II Experience tours launch Saturdays and Sundays at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Reserve your space in advance ... (more)
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4 hrs ago | Morristown Green
Much of their time is spent commemorating others. So the New Jersey Historical Commission finally decided it was time to honor them.
Robert Smithson's sculpture "Non-Site. Line of Wreckage " is an upright aluminum box painted barn red, with open slats on its wide sides, containing chunks of broken concrete that Smithson had picked up while wandering around industrial ruins in New Jersey.
The New Jersey State Police account for all of the offenders through the Megan's Law registry.
Cornell William Brooks, CEO of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, speaks at a press conference at City Hall in Jersey City on Dec. 4, 2013.
For about the next month, more than 400 law enforcement agencies will be patrolling the state's roads looking for drunk and impaired drivers as part of the annual "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" holiday campaign, which runs from Dec. 6 to Jan. 2. Of those agencies, 144 will receive grants of $4,400 from the Division of Highway Traffic Safety that ... (more)
On Sept. 22, 1873, Newton suffered its worst fire in history. The blaze started in George L. Smith's drug store on Main Street, and rapidly spread, swallowing and destroying an estimated $65,000 worth of property.
A new survey finds most New Jerseyans, as well as most Americans, don't trust people they don't know.
Former Rutgers receiver Kenny Britt told USA Today he doesn't bring his costly cars to New Jersey in a feature about NFL players and racial profiling.
Internet gambling has been live for a little over ten days in New Jersey, but more than 50,000 online accounts have already been created.
With indicators showing one-fourth of all seniors and one-third of all people in New Jersey struggling to meet basic needs, the Anti-Poverty Network convened its annual summit today at the Crowne Plaza Monroe to address rising levels of poverty in the state and issue a "Call to Invest in the People of New Jersey."
A weather service map shows snow in the Garden State as of 7 a.m. Sunday, according to a tweet by Gary Szatkowski, meteorologist in charge of the weather service Mount Holly Office.
Ticket machines around New Jersey will be working bit harder today as tonight's Mega Millions jackpot stands at $257 million.
On perhaps the busiest online shopping day of the year, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to wade into a dispute over state sales taxes for purchases on websites like Amazon.com, an outcome that could pave the way for New Jersey to move to collect more than $200 million in annual sales tax revenue it is not now getting.
The holiday season at Drumthwacket, the Governor's Official Residence in Princeton, has arrived with a unique partnership between the New Jersey Theatre Alliance, the Garden Club of New Jersey and the Drumthwacket Foundation, First Lady Mary Pat Christie announced today.
When Superstorm Sandy knocked out the power to most of New Jersey last year, the lights -- and more importantly, the freezers -- stayed on at Rutgers University's Cell and DNA Repository.