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Two injured in rollover crash on Christina Parkway | Newark Post
Newark Post | December 16, 2018
Two people were injured in a rollover crash on Christina Parkway on Friday night.
Pataskala Chamber presents its year in review | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 16, 2018
We hosted 10 monthly meetings which had an average of 57 members in attendance with great speakers.       
McDonald: Reflecting on a successful 2018 in Licking County | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 16, 2018
As the year draws to a close, there is so much to reflect on and to be excited about throughout our county.       
Dager: Year end is time for company reflection | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 16, 2018
Whether you have two employees or 200, this advice can provide a framework for this all-important look back and ahead.       
N.J. home makeover: Combining rooms for a new kitchen that dazzles | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 15, 2018
N.J. home makeover is a regular feature on NJ.com that showcases designer, contractor and DIY renovations, large and small. N.J. home makeover is a regular feature on NJ.com that showcases designer, contractor and DIY renovations, large and small. To submit you...
‘An All Hands On Deck Effort’: Newark Distributing Free Lead Filters To Protect At-Risk Residents | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 15, 2018
Officials are going door to door to properties with known or suspected lead service lines to hand out the filters. 
Police: One Dead, One In Custody After Shooting In Newark | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 15, 2018
According to CBS2’s Valerie Castro, police officers approached a car on Bergen Street Wednesday afternoon when shots were fired.
Underground Transformer Fire Sparks Power Outage In Downtown Newark | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 15, 2018
The New Jersey Performing Arts Center tweeted that a concert featuring guitarist Eric Johnson was cancelled due to the outage.
Vintage photos of things made in N.J. | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 15, 2018
With apologies to the City of Trenton, "New Jersey Makes - The World Takes." It's called the Garden State, but more than fruits and vegetables have their seeds planted and nurtured in New Jersey. Innovative minds have always been some of the state's mo...
7-Hour Hostage Standoff Ends With Newark Police Fatally Shooting Suspect | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 15, 2018
Authorities in Newark say officers were in a seven-hour standoff with a suspect holding a gun to an 11-year-old child Friday night.
Service Into, Out Of Penn Station New York Temporarily Suspended After Tugboat Strikes Portal Bridge | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 15, 2018
Officials say the vessel struck the bridge shortly after 1 p.m., prompting Amtrak and NJ TRANSIT hold trains on both sides of the bridge as crews inspected the incident.
Reading house, new furniture spruce up Newark Library children's room | Newark Post
Newark Post | December 14, 2018
Standing about six feet tall and lined with shelves full of books, the new reading house inside the Newark Free Library was the perfect place for 2-year-old Christopher Bigham to curl up and look at a book on a recent…
Court rejects appeal in UD student's alcohol-related death | Newark Post
Newark Post | December 14, 2018
The Delaware Supreme Court has rejected an appeal filed by the parents of a University of Delaware student who was hit and killed by a car after staggering away from an off-campus sorority party while severely drunk.
The week ahead: Christmas events planned throughout Newark | Newark Post
Newark Post | December 14, 2018
Christmas concert: Friday, 7 p.m., at Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 308 Possum Park Road. The First State Symphonic Band will perform “Russian Christmas Music for Symphonic Band” and themes from “The Polar Express” as well as other Christmas favorites. Free.
Young, inexperienced Newark High boys basketball team off to good start | Newark Post
Newark Post | December 14, 2018
It’s a new year on the basketball court all across the state, and just like with the dawn of any new season in any sport, it’s an opportunity for players to vie for varsity positions.
Newark Police seek help identifying purse snatchers | Newark Post
Newark Post | December 14, 2018
Police are asking for the public’s help identifying two people who stole a shopper’s purse and wallet at the Acme in Suburban Plaza earlier this month.
Vintage photos of supermarkets in N.J. | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 14, 2018
The food shopping experience hasn't changed a lot over the years. We already have drones delivering online purchases in some parts of the country. You have to admit - you probably didn't think you'd live to see the day. Yet it's interesting that supermarket...
New Police Surveillance Cameras A ‘Block Watch On Steroids’ | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 14, 2018
City officials launched the Citizen Virtual Patrol on Thursday, announcing 62 cameras available for selected users to monitor through a police website.
A farewell love note from columnist Mark Di Ionno | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 14, 2018
Veteran Star-Ledger journalist was Pulitzer finalist in 2013 The newspaper was never wrapped in plastic and tossed in the driveway. It was nestled in the skinny space between the storm and front doors of our house in Summit, dry and intact. That is where I foun...
Retired Marine Opens Boxing Academy For Impoverished Youth In Newark | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 14, 2018
Some local kids in Newark are hopping in the boxing ring and lacing up for a better life.
Iranian hackers hijacked Newark's computers, extorted $30K ransom, officials say | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 14, 2018
The attacks cost victims more than $6 million in ransom payments and more than $30 million in damages, prosecutors said Two hackers in Iran were behind an international wave of ransomware attacks that shut down Newark's computer systems until the city ...
Men charged with murdering 17-year-old girl will stay behind bars for prosecution | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 14, 2018
Two Jersey City men charged with murdering a 17-year-old girl will be detained through the course of their prosecution. JERSEY CITY -- The two Jersey City men charged with gunning down a 17-year-old girl on Brinkerhoff Street in October will remain behind b...
'Spoiler alert.' Memoir from N.J.'s Michael Ausiello closer to becoming Jim Parsons film | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 14, 2018
The book, titled 'Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies,' chronicles Ausiello's last days with his husband, who died of cancer. Focus Features just picked up a movie project based on a book from Michael Ausiello, Deadline reports. Ausiello, 46, who g...
As Neil deGrasse Tyson was denying misconduct at N.J. show, a 4th accuser came forward | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 14, 2018
Several women have made allegations against Tyson, who appeared at NJPAC on Wednesday. Appearing at NJPAC for a scheduled event, Neil deGrasse Tyson again denied claims of sexual misconduct from several women.  Tyson took the stage at Prudential Hall ...
DOJ: Iranian Hackers Held Newark, Other Cities, Hospitals For Ransom | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 14, 2018
Authorities say two men used ransomware to lock up computer files and demand Bitcoin payments for fix.
N.J. School’s Laundry Program Teaching Bullied Kids To Wash And Learn | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 14, 2018
CBS2's Lisa Rozner first spoke with the principal of Newark’s West Side High School last month about his fundraising efforts to help set up a laundry room for underprivileged students.
Newark Post | December 14, 2018
For the first time, the University of Delaware allowed the community to talk directly to the Board of Trustees, holding a public comment session prior to the board's semi-annual meeting Tuesday.
Christina to evaluate facilities ahead of anticipated referendum | Newark Post
Newark Post | December 13, 2018
The Christina School Board on Tuesday approved hiring an architectural and engineering firm to perform a district-wide assessment of facilities.
Last-Minute Holiday Gift Ideas | Newark Post
Newark Post | December 13, 2018
(StatePoint) We’ve all been there before. Procrastinated or overscheduled our holiday season to the point where we leave ourselves little to no time to shop for loved ones. But great gifts don’t necessarily need to be planned months in advance.
Newark ceremony welcomes America's newest citizens | Newark Post
Newark Post | December 13, 2018
When George Michael Linsoco held up his right hand and took the oath to officially become a citizen of the United States last week, he was standing in the same room where his mother took her oath 15 years earlier.
Pataskala Chamber: Community plan being updated | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
The City of Pataskala is currently involved in the process of updating their community plan.       
Downtown Newark blossoms as construction moves off the square | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
Work continues in various parts of the downtown area. Still, many downtown business people are thankful the bulk of the construction is behind them.       
Report: Ohioans hate candy corn - especially guys | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
Ryan Taylor, who handles public relations for food site thedaringkitchen.com, offered research based on geotagged Twitter posts       
Denison Professor Uses Coworking to Get Creative | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
This summer, Denison University professor Tom Bressoud joined downtown Newark’s coworking community to write the book, literally, on data systems.       
CEO Profile: Jake Warner of Jake's Property Services | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
“I started mowing lawns and cleaning stalls at a horse farm in Granville,” Jake said. "It just took off from there.”       
Vintage photos of the 1960s in N.J. | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 13, 2018
A truly memorable decade. If you're not in your 40s or older, you likely don't remember Arthur C. Clarke, a British historian, inventor and writer who hosted a number of television shows in the 1980s. Clarke also co-wrote the screenplay for the 1968 film "2001: ...
Arnold: Young professionals a force to be reckoned with in Downtown Newark | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
Young professionals now seek a community within an urban setting.       
McDonald: Downtown Newark's resurgence is real | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
This is a truly exciting time for our county seat and for our entire community!       
Licking Memorial hires internal medicine physician | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
Licking Memorial hires internal medicine physician       
Mills: A Financial Christmas Carol | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
As you try to fall back asleep, someone whispers your name. You open your eyes to see a glowing figure at the foot of your bed.       
Dager: 2017 Bellwether For Busy Year Ahead | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
We are grounded in a solid foundation with a very long history. And yet, we have worked hard to grow our business.       
Arnold: Young Leaders of Licking County Organization Sets Stage for Many Years of Growth | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
What a year the Young Leaders of Licking County has had.       
McDonald: 2017 an exciting year for Licking County | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
As the year winds to a close, it’s a natural time for reflection.       
Edelblute: 2017 an exciting year for Pataskala | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
It has been an exciting year at the Pataskala Area Chamber of Commerce.       
OSU Newark professor does research at The Wilds, for ODOT | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | December 13, 2018
Karen Goodell's love of the outdoors and science as a child led her to pursue a career in science, specifically in biology.       
70-year-old pedestrian fatally struck by car in Millburn | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 13, 2018
Investigators said the woman's death was still under investigation as of Tuesday afternoon A 70-year-old woman was fatally struck by a car in Millburn Monday night, authorities said. Virginia S. Thaler, of Brooklyn, New York, was was attempting to cross the...
Deadly Infection Affects Newark University Hospital | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 13, 2018
Health officials are investigating four cases of acinetobacter baumannii in the neo-natal intensive care unit.
2 more premature babies die in outbreak at University Hospital | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 13, 2018
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka issued a statement calling for new leadership at the hospital and greater investment from the state. Two more infants who had spent time at University Hospital in Newark died last week, bringing the total to three deaths related to a...
Driver, passenger killed in horrific car wreck in Essex County | NJ.com
NJ.com | December 13, 2018
The crash occurred between High Street and Hillside Avenue Two people were killed Monday night in a crash in Glen Ridge that took down trees and left car parts scattered across Bloomfield Avenue. The crash occurred about 10 p.m. between High Street and Hil...
11-Year-Old Girl Missing In Newark After Not Getting On School Bus | CBS Local
CBS Local | December 13, 2018
State police say Angel Riley Izraael of East Orange was last seen walking on Telford Avenue in Newark at 8 p.m. on Thursday morning.