Author: Robert Strauss

Meet five exceptional New Jersey athletes who hope to win a place on the U.S. Olympic or Paralympic teams when they head to the Winter Games, starting February 7 in Sochi, Russia.

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The Princeton Cemetery of Nassau Presbyterian Church, established in 1757, houses some of New Jersey's most famous (former) residents.

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Moorestown fancies itself a town of winners. In 2013, the girls’ lacrosse team ranked number 1 nationwide. But their achievement is more than symbolic.

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Sharon Pfluger, the College of New Jersey's field hockey and lacrosse coach, has won nearly 900 games.

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Stone Harbor's new boutique hotel—Reeds at Shelter Haven.

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Wildwood's meticulously restored doo wop hotels and motels keep the place jumping.

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Climatologist David Robinson indulges his fascination with weather by collecting swaths of data and analyzing critical weather events.

Seen in: Jersey Living, NJM Q&A, Outdoors, Science

Glassboro Reflects a New Look

February 20, 2013

Glassboro's faded downtown prepares to undergo much-needed revitalization.

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Along the Boardwalk and beyond, new restaurant options aim to entice Atlantic City visitors.

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For the first six weeks of 1935, the national spotlight shone on the Hunterdon County Courthouse in Flemington during the "Trial of the Century."

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