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FALL FUN IN THE GARDEN STATE
Find frights and delights all over New Jersey as Halloween nears.
The 35,000-acre Pequannock Watershed Recreation Facility covers portions of Morris, Passaic and Sussex counties.
At the eastern end, grand houses line the banks and fishing boats parade out to sea; to the west, bald eagles soar. In between, kayakers can meander through marshes and woodlands.
Little has changed from the day when George Washington’s army fought the British in one of the largest battles of the American Revolution.
Here are 12 towns to watch as housing demand zooms.
A downtown revitalization in recent years has spawned a construction boom hitched to an eyebrow-raising nickname: the Sack.
Explore 10 of the state's oldest and most charming places to live or visit.
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Your go-to dining spots in 45 categories.
The adults don’t survive winter, but come next summer, areas affected this year could see even higher numbers of the invasive pest.
Laurie Hernandez, 21, grew up in Old Bridge and says there's nowhere in the world quite like the Garden State.
With an estimated 2,000 pizzerias in the state, no Jerseyan is ever far from a satisfying slice.
The options around the state are more plentiful and palatable than ever.
Benjamin's background as a Jewish woman raised in Mumbai, India, and educated in Catholic and Zoroastrian schools, informs her colorful work.
The NBC News meteorologist, Manalapan native and new mom to baby Russell recalls her childhood in the Garden State.
After scrambling to reinvent last year's event at the height of the pandemic, organizers are looking forward to the 2021 fest from October 21–30.
LIFT YOUR SPIRITS
Thanks to a change in liquor laws in 2013, distilleries have been cropping up across the Garden State. Here, an overview of the craft spirits they produce.
It began in Colonial times, vanished during Prohibition and, following new legislation in 2013, came roaring back.
A leading producer of applejack and apple brandy, Laird's came about in Colonial times. (George Washington even requested a recipe!)