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MS patient?s steps to recovery

MS patient?s steps to recovery

A 25-year-old woman who was the first in the UK to undergo pioneering treatment after being paralysed from the neck down says she is determined to walk unaided.
Cinderella is Palace Theatre's next...

Cinderella is Palace Theatre's next pantomime

The Palace Theatre Newark has announced that its pantomime this year will be Cinderella.
Aled Jones coming to Newark's Palac...

Aled Jones coming to Newark's Palace Theatre

Singer and broadcaster Aled Jones invites his fans to spend an evening with him as he performs Songs Of Hope And Inspiration at the Palace Theatre, Newark, on Saturday, March 14, at 7.30pm.
Mountain of sacks in Newark "like s...

Mountain of sacks in Newark "like something from Close Encounters Of The Third Kind"

A growing mountain of sacks with unidentified contents is causing a stink for local residents.
Carl Greaves looking for big perfor...

Carl Greaves looking for big performances from Newark boxing trio

Boxing promoter Carl Greaves has called for Newark fighters Fonz Alexander and Moses Smith to follow in Adam Kettleborough's footsteps.
Newark café?s new owners draw on it...

Newark café?s new owners draw on its prime location

A mother and son moved from Liverpool to take over a Newark tearoom because they fell in love with it.

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PUBLISHED Friendly Sons Black Tie D...

PUBLISHED Friendly Sons Black Tie Dinner toHonor Jerry Lynch as Irishman of the Year

The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick are honored to recognize Gerald V. Lynch for a lifetime of promoting our patron, St. Patrick and our Irish heritage.

Union man indicted in stabbing deat...

Union man indicted in stabbing death of 83-year-old man at Newark building

NEWARK - A Union County man has been indicted in the May 2014 stabbing death of an 83-year-old man at a Newark apartment building. A 25-count indictment was handed down on Friday against Rashid Davis, 23, of Union Township, in connection with the murder of Leonard Pearson during a robbery at Pearson's Nevada Street apartment.

N.J. man's fight to carry gun becau...

N.J. man's fight to carry gun because of death threats financed by powerful gun-rights group

Israel Albert Almeida, right, is an Andover Township man who manages buildings in Newark and Irvington. After receiving death threats, he applied for a handgun carry permit - and was denied.

Christie holding town-hall meeting ...

Christie holding town-hall meeting in Fair Lawn today

Christie holding town-hall meeting in Fair Lawn today Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1AHmXGT NAIOP New Jersey, the commercial real estate development association, hosts a public policy forum titled "The Intersection of Transportation & Workforce," 8:15 a.m. at the Renaissance Woodbridge in Iselin.

5 Crowdfunding Mistakes to Avoid

5 Crowdfunding Mistakes to Avoid

Do you want to raise money for a sick kid's medical bills ? Or maybe collect cash for your own sick child's hospital stay? Or perhaps you'd like to inspire the masses to support your startup business so you can finally quit your dead-end job? If you need big money in a hurry, you may be thinking of crowdfunding. In fact, it's hard to hang out on social media platforms without bumping into someone trying to raise money for some worthy cause.

Federal probe of Ferguson police re...

Federal probe of Ferguson police reveals pattern of racial bias

A Justice Department investigation will allege sweeping patterns of discrimination within the Ferguson police department and at the municipal jail and court, a law enforcement official familiar with the report said Tuesday. The report, which could be released as soon as Wednesday, will charge that police disproportionately use excessive force against blacks and that black drivers are stopped and searched far more often than white motorists, even though they're less likely to be carrying contraband.

The New York Times

American Cup Headed to Newark

American Cup Headed to Newark

The 2016 American Cup will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark. The invitational is considered the kickoff of the run-up to the Olympic Games.
Stolen Picasso Work Is Seized in Ne...

Stolen Picasso Work Is Seized in Newark

?La Coiffeuse,? or ?The Hairdresser,? had been missing from Paris for more than a decade. It resurfaced in December in a FedEx shipment from Belgium.
For Enterprising Few, a Humble Patc...

For Enterprising Few, a Humble Patch of Newark to Build a Dream On

The sale of $1,000 lots drew a line of buyers from all five wards of Newark, all five boroughs of New York and at least five continents.
N.J.I.T. Will Get an Arena, but It ...

N.J.I.T. Will Get an Arena, but It Still Needs a Home

N.J.I.T., the only independent Division I college in the country, announced Thursday that it would break ground on a new, long-awaited $100 million multipurpose athletic facility this summer.
In Northeast, a Winter to Forget

In Northeast, a Winter to Forget

Once again, snowstorms concentrated in the Northeast resulted in canceled flights and stranded travelers, costing airlines and passengers millions of dollars.
In Newark, a Youth Hockey Explosion...

In Newark, a Youth Hockey Explosion on the Ice

Many children in Newark do not have the prototypical background of a hockey player, but the sport, once seen as inaccessible, is catching on among the boys and the girls.

nytimes.com newjersey/newark

American Cup Headed to Newark

American Cup Headed to Newark

The 2016 American Cup will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark. The invitational is considered the kickoff of the run-up to the Olympic Games.
Stolen Picasso Work Is Seized in Ne...

Stolen Picasso Work Is Seized in Newark

?La Coiffeuse,? or ?The Hairdresser,? had been missing from Paris for more than a decade. It resurfaced in December in a FedEx shipment from Belgium.
For Enterprising Few, a Humble Patc...

For Enterprising Few, a Humble Patch of Newark to Build a Dream On

The sale of $1,000 lots drew a line of buyers from all five wards of Newark, all five boroughs of New York and at least five continents.
N.J.I.T. Will Get an Arena, but It ...

N.J.I.T. Will Get an Arena, but It Still Needs a Home

N.J.I.T., the only independent Division I college in the country, announced Thursday that it would break ground on a new, long-awaited $100 million multipurpose athletic facility this summer.
In Northeast, a Winter to Forget

In Northeast, a Winter to Forget

Once again, snowstorms concentrated in the Northeast resulted in canceled flights and stranded travelers, costing airlines and passengers millions of dollars.
In Newark, a Youth Hockey Explosion...

In Newark, a Youth Hockey Explosion on the Ice

Many children in Newark do not have the prototypical background of a hockey player, but the sport, once seen as inaccessible, is catching on among the boys and the girls.

Blog.nj.com

Three plead not guilty to lying to ...

Three plead not guilty to lying to police in killing of Fort Lee man found in trunk, report says

Morris snow updates: Traffic, closu...

Morris snow updates: Traffic, closures, delays for Thursday, March 5

Mom's anti-PARCC Valentines spark T...

Mom's anti-PARCC Valentines spark Twitter battle with Elizabeth schools

Former Rahway mayor picked to run f...

Former Rahway mayor picked to run for Assemblywoman Stender's seat

Snow slow to arrive in N.J., but st...

Snow slow to arrive in N.J., but still expected to drop up to 8 inches, forecasters say

N.J. Politics Roundup: Christie aid...

N.J. Politics Roundup: Christie aide linked to Exxon settlement; governor defends PARCC exams

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