Positively New Jersey: Centuries-old farmhouse surrounded by busy highways
As highways were built and expanded across New Jersey over the decades, history has become littered with controversies, protests and daily life travails of people who live alongside those roads.
There's a house in Union Township so hemmed in by highways, it's hard to imagine anyone living there. You may have seen it - a centuries-old red and white farmhouse hard against the overpass carrying Route 22 over Chestnut Street.
On today's "Brian's Positively New Jersey,” Brian Donohue knocks on the door to see who lives there and finds a remarkable story about three generations of a New Jersey family living on what has essentially become a traffic island.