Liberty State Park
Once again, people came together in what was the shadow of the World Trade Center towers, destroyed 11 years ago along with so many lives.
25,000 people were expected to attend the 5th Annual City of Water Day Festival throughout Saturday, according to spokesperson Roland Lewis.
The shuttle left Jersey City on a barge Wednesday and began traveling up the Hudson River. It passed by the Statue of Liberty and the World Trade Center site and is scheduled to be lifted onto the flight deck of the Intrepid shortly.
Some of New Jersey’s historic sites are on the verge of withering away. So a group has come up with a list to draw attention to them, WCBS 880’s Levon Putney reported.
Hundreds of onlookers armed with cameras gathered on rooftops and piers to catch a glimpse of the Enterprise, which was airlifted on the back of a 747, as it arrived in the New York City Friday morning.
Have you recently thought you saw people flying over you around New York City? Well, you did, sort of.
Some residents in Closter are accusing their power company of a snow job.
A north Jersey couple with ties to Japan have put together a benefit 5K run on Sunday at Liberty State Park in Jersey City to raise money to help Japan’s recovery efforts.
Designed by architects Jessica Jamroz and Frederic Schwarz, the memorial’s towers are sunk into a berm and divided by a granite walkway that faces on a line to the World Trade Center site across the Hudson River.
NJ Homeland Security Chief: Security Beefed Up For Jets-Cowboys Game, Other 9/11 Events In Garden State
New Jersey Homeland Security chief Charlie McKenna told Gov. Chris Christie’s cabinet that the Garden State could be an attractive alternative for terrorists unable to strike heavily patrolled landmarks in New York.
A gleaming new 9/11 memorial for the Garden State opens this weekend. CBS 2’s Dave Carlin got the first tour of a project that is finally done after weathering legal challenges and the economic downturn.
Starting October 29, the monument will be getting a $27.25 million makeover.
Old 2x4s, tree branches, gas cans, soda cans and water bottles. It’s all being picked up by a detail of about a dozen prison inmates along the Liberty State Park shoreline over the next couple weeks.
The unidentified 29-year-old man stripped down to swim trunks and dove into the water from a Liberty State Park footpath.
It would be an alternative to driving into Manhattan as well as an alternative to the PATH train.