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Living down its past, a longtime Shore favorite puts on a family-friendly face.
Stone Harbor's new boutique hotel—Reeds at Shelter Haven.
Industrialist Andrew Carnegie built 36 libraries in New Jersey—each an architectural gem. Thanks to preservation efforts and creative reuse, most still serve their communities.
The little ethnic enclave a stone’s throw from Newark is becoming Jersey’s latest hotbed for urban redevelopment.
By Amanda Staab
Glassboro's faded downtown prepares to undergo much-needed revitalization.
Just in time for back-to-school, we present our 2012 list of the best public high schools in New Jersey.
Our revised methodology more accurately ranks the top towns in the Garden State.
Christie’s ceiling on superintendent salaries pushes some administrators across state borders.
By Amanda Staab
Jersey’s pilot program for teacher evaluation enters its second year, with lessons learned and continuing concerns.
Fraught with challenges and sprinkled with successes, the first year of People’s Prep, a new charter high school in Newark, tested the mettle of staff and students alike.
By Bev McCarron
Can Camden Mayor Dana Redd break her city’s sad cycle of poverty, drugs and violence?
By Nick DiUlio
Rosie has the latest news on NJ restaurant openings and closings.
We’ve all heard the warnings: an invasion of cicadas to descend upon the East Coast in a swarm of Biblical proportions. But the huge insects, and their incessant chirping, are still nowhere to be seen (or heard).
When the weather cooperates (anybody listening up there?) it's so nice to be outside this time of year...
Elegant, balanced, light to medium in body, high in acidity, wonderful with food. It sounds like a lovely white wine, right? Think again. How about the red wine camouflaged as a white wine?
From his home in Camden, Walt Whitman often composed lines of poetry that reflected the cruelties of war and the beauty and struggles of simply being human. As Memorial Day approaches, it’s a good time to look at the work of another celebrated (if far less famous) Camden poet, Nick Virgilio.