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Downtown Newark spring concert series kicks off next week | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 24, 2018
The Newark Parks and Recreation Department’s annual spring concert series will kick off next week with a performance by local favorite Club Phred.
Corn, soybeans and nuts: Top U.S. exports feed the economy | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 24, 2018
(BPT) - Politicians spend a lot of time talking about America-first trade deals. Even though the average person may not think about U.S. trade often, it's a key part of the economy — a topic that’s on everyone’s mind.
Fresh, lively dishes for warm weather months | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 24, 2018
(BPT) - Are you in a cooking rut? If you find yourself making the same things repeatedly, it's time for some inspiration. As seasons turn, you might crave different foods. This is the perfect reason to think beyond the ordinary…
New guidelines may alter the way you see your MS treatment | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 24, 2018
(BPT) - For people with multiple sclerosis (MS), many of the treatment options surrounding their condition are well known. However, in the past, many people with MS decided to delay using MS drugs for as long as possible and allow…
Why would manufactured homes require a title? | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 24, 2018
(BPT) - On June 15, 1976, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) instituted the Federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards — more commonly referred to as the “HUD Code.”
Consider a new way to see the world: The benefits of group travel | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 24, 2018
(BPT) - Many people long to see another part of the world but are reluctant to travel on their own or take on the stress of planning a vacation. Researching destinations, transportation, accommodations and activities can be a lot of…
Wild Weather Causes Problems For Drivers, Commuters Across Tri-State Area | CBS Local
CBS Local | April 24, 2018
Monday's wet and windy weather was causing problems in New Jersey, where some drivers seemed to be caught off guard by torrential downpours.
N.J. woman speaks her truth about sexual assault | Carter | NJ.com
NJ.com | April 24, 2018
Kimberly Green, who was sexually assaulted for seven years, shared her story at a youth driven forum in Newark to help others find the strength to speak up and tell their truth. Kimberly Green wasn't sure if she would share her story this month. It had taken her...
Newark Post | April 24, 2018
Two men were robbed at gunpoint outside the Studio Green Apartments early Sunday morning, police said.
Newark Post | April 24, 2018
There are currently more than 46.2 million Americans aged 65 and older, more than any other time in US history and growing.1 Many still lead active lifestyles, which include getting enough sleep, exercising and eating right to stay healthy and…
Newark Post | April 24, 2018
Charlotte (Pepper) Williams, 81, of Newark, DE, passed away on Friday, April 20, 2018.
NJ.com | April 24, 2018
Here is a look at 25 players having a big impact at the Division I level for college baseball this week.
NJ.com | April 24, 2018
The top hitters and pitchers around the state for April 16-22.
NJ.com | April 24, 2018
Fewer New Jersey hospitlals earned an A for safety in the latest Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades report. Check out how your local hospital fared.
NJ.com | April 24, 2018
NJ.com breaks down the 28 high school events for the 2018 Penn Relays.
Newark High students install peace and remembrance garden | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 23, 2018
In a peaceful, shady spot in the Newark High School courtyard, a yellow pole stands as a beacon of peace, inclusiveness and remembrance.
Rutgers prof cleared of harassment, but mystery of pants' stain remains | NJ.com
NJ.com | April 23, 2018
The university found "serious credibility concerns regarding both parties," according to the investigator's report. The accusations were damning. She said he gained her trust, then violated it by forcing her into a sexual relationship that left h...
British maestro McGegan conducts NJSO in Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Handel | NJ.com
NJ.com | April 23, 2018
After the main event, audience members who had brought instruments played John Williams' "Main Title" from "Star Wars" in the lobby. This weekend, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra billed their concerts as "McGegan Conducts Beethoven &am...
Lawmakers want overhaul of how N.J. treats female prisoners | NJ.com
NJ.com | April 23, 2018
Women's prison is roiled by sex abuse claims, but advocates say there are also daily indignities being suffered by inmates. New Jersey's only women's prison faces growing scrutiny over allegations of sexual abuse, but former inmates and their advocate...
N.J. pets in need: April 23, 2018 | NJ.com
NJ.com | April 23, 2018
Rescues and shelters throughout New Jersey have pets available for adoption. This information on dog safety was compiled by members of the Dog Bite Prevention Coalition -- the U.S. Postal Service, American Veterinary Medical Association, American Humane Society,...
NJ.com | April 23, 2018
The state rankings have a new look after this past week's action.
NJ.com | April 23, 2018
From shot put supremacy to stardom in the 3,000, these athletes are set for big showings at Franklin Field.
NJ.com | April 23, 2018
There's plenty of good softball games and events on this week's schedule.
Newark Airport Employee Accused Of Stealing Pricey Belt From Passenger | CBS Local
CBS Local | April 22, 2018
Port Authority Police say a 28-year-old New Jersey man removed the $1,500 Louis Vuitton belt as part of security screening around 8 p.m. Monday.
3 People, Including 2 Teens, Charged In Deadly Thanksgiving Day Carjacking In Newark | CBS Local
CBS Local | April 22, 2018
Family members say 40-year-old Shuri Henry was gunned down just after enjoying the holiday dinner with her family.
Woman Shot, Killed During Thanksgiving Day Carjacking In Newark | CBS Local
CBS Local | April 22, 2018
Authorities say they are questioning two men and a 15-year-old boy who were found riding in the stolen SUV.
Veterans bring 'country first' mentality to politics | Di Ionno | NJ.com
NJ.com | April 22, 2018
Four New Jersey veteran political newcomers running for Congress It doesn't take a political historian or analyst to see the correlation between long-time partisan stalemates in Congress and the declining number of veterans in the Senate and House. From the 1960...
Loaded AK-47, assault weapons recovered in Newark home raid | NJ.com
NJ.com | April 22, 2018
Police said they confiscated nine loaded weapons, five of which are assault weapons. A raid on a Newark apartment Saturday yielded an AK-47 and eight other loaded weapons, city police said.  Cops said they recovered a loaded CAI Romanian AK-47 7.62, a ranch...
Better late than never, right? Cherry Blossoms finally bloom in Newark | NJ.com
NJ.com | April 22, 2018
This year's late blooming missed the the 42nd annual Essex County Cherry Blossom Festival. The cherry blossoms are finally out in Newark. This year's late blooming largely missed the the 42nd annual Essex County Cherry Blossom Festival in Newark, which...
Police: Man On DEA Most Wanted List Arrested In Newark Airport Robbery Attempt | CBS Local
CBS Local | April 22, 2018
A man on the Drug Enforcement Administration’s most wanted list was arrested Friday after trying to rob an employee at Newark Liberty International Airport, police say.
12 Families Displaced After 3-Alarm Blaze Rips Through Home In Newark | CBS Local
CBS Local | April 22, 2018
Authorities say five firefighters sustained minor injuries and one resident suffered a panic attack in the blaze.
NJ.com | April 22, 2018
A conference-by-conference breakdown of the top teams and players in N.J. girls lacrosse this week.
NJ.com | April 22, 2018
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka debated Central Ward Councilwoman Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins, who is challenging him for the mayor's seat.
Police: Man threatened two people with gun during argument inside Newark home | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 21, 2018
A man was arrested Thursday after allegedly threatening two people with a gun during an argument inside a Newark home, police said.
Newark man sentenced for assaulting woman during carjacking | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 21, 2018
A Newark man will be sentenced to at least 50 years in prison after pleading guilty to cutting a woman while trying to steal her car.
Newark council members sworn in | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 21, 2018
Council members Jason Lawhorn, Jen Wallace and Stu Markham were sworn into office during a brief organizational meeting Thursday evening.
Trashy Women art collective shows upcycled treasures at Newark Arts Alliance | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 21, 2018
The work on display at the Newark Arts Alliance this spring is trash. But in a good way.
Mayor's Corner: Earth Day an opportunity to keep our community clean | Newark Post
Newark Post | April 21, 2018
The start of spring has been a little cooler than usual, but warmer days are surely in our future and with that comes the ability to get outside and enjoy Newark’s natural beauty. With 34 parks, 17 miles of trails…
Rehbeck: There are many reasons to consider a trust | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | April 21, 2018
Here are some factors to consider when deciding if you might need a trust.       
PNB: I’ve decided I need a trust. Now what? | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | April 21, 2018
Knowing you have a reason for a trust is half the battle, but there’s still work to be done.       
Millennials: 1 in 6 have $100,000 in savings | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | April 21, 2018
Many millennials appear to be getting their financial lives in order and taking money matters seriously.       
Successful downtown businesses help one another succeed | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | April 21, 2018
Having strong businesses can help new places thrive, said Fred Ernest, the director of the Newark Development Partners.       
Rine: Workforce opportunities for local businesses | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | April 21, 2018
With an unemployment rate under 4 percent, the labor pool is tight.       
Mills: A Financial Christmas Carol | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | April 21, 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 | April 21, 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 | April 21, 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 | April 21, 2018
As the year winds to a close, it’s a natural time for reflection.       
Strum: $800 million in investment made a strong 2017 | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | April 21, 2018
With 500 new jobs and over $800 million in private investment for 2017, one might ask where do we go from here?       
Strum: We must invest ourselves locally | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | April 21, 2018
Please consider investing some of your time, energy, and resources to ensuring that Licking County remains a vibrant community.       
Dager: Buy local more than a slogan | The Newark Advocate
The Newark Advocate | April 21, 2018
There is something truly special -- and crucial to the wellbeing of Licking County -- about shopping local.