Tony Award-winner Joe DiPietro spoke with NJTV News Arts Correspondent Maddie Orton about the play 'Ernest Shackleton Loves Me'.
Essex County is adding 1,000 cherry trees to Branch Brook Park this year, bringing the total to 5,000 trees. The park becomes a tourist attraction each spring when the cherry blossoms bloom.
The George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick is hosting a production of Ernest Shackleton Loves Me which highlights the explorer who is said to have saved a crew of men after a ship sank during a trip to the Antarctic.
Jersey City Medical Center is the first hospital in New Jersey to offer an endoscopic treatment for those most at risk for cancer of the esophagus.
Sen. Bob Menendez has sponsored a resolution in the Senate calling on the U.S. to recognize the deaths of Armenians as genocide. He gathered with others in Hackensack to recognize the 100th anniversary.
For the second year, Stevens Institute of Technology held Trading Day for high school students to compete in investing in the stock market.
The NJEA is challenging the Camden School District's decision to turn five of Camden's lowest performing schools into charter schools.
Gov. Chris Christie held his 136th Town Hall in Cedar Grove, where he discusses the current budget year, pension reform and taxes. During the town hall, he insisted that his day job as governor, is still his main job.
Waterfront property across the Jersey Shore have increased in sales. Some properties are reaching its accessed value prior to Hurricane Sandy.
PARCC testing refusal rates could affect the future of state and federal education funding.
Senate Republicans introduced bills aimed at creating jobs statewide, with some linking state colleges and universities with employers.
The Coordinated Entry and Assessment System is meant to help chronically homeless singles in Mercer County.
Demolition after Hurricane Sandy struck caused a lot of lead paint to be released into the air and now doctors are finding people have high levels of lead in their blood.
Environmentalists are upset with Six Flags Great Adventure's plan to clear about 18,000 trees on 90 acres of forest land to construct a solar power system.
Greater Atlantic City Chamber President Tom Kelly spoke with NJTV News Anchor Mary Alice Williams about what's on the horizon for Atlantic City.
Some lawmakers expressed concern that education funding from the state has remained steady for four years while costs for districts have increased.
The Senate Legislative Oversight Committee chose Earth Day to discuss New Jersey's water supply plan, which hasn't been updated since 1996.
Advocates for Children of New Jersey released data that shows 17 percent of children live in poverty and a disproportionate amount of blacks and Hispanics live in families earning less than the federal poverty line.
Gov. Christie was the only state official among 16 speakers at the Americas Society/Council of the Americas forum. He spoke about immigration and the possibility of Cuba being taken off the terrorist watch list.
Young people learn to shear sheep at Howell Living History Farm in Hopewell Township.