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Falcons miss title chance

Falcons miss title chance

Castle and Falcon Ladies missed the chance to claim the Newark and District Double Board Darts League title as they suffered a narrow 3-2 defeat in their final league match of the season against reigning champions and title rivals White Swan Youngers.
Deer spotted "in middle of Newark"

Deer spotted "in middle of Newark"

A professional gardener was surprised to find a deer in the heart of Newark.
Four signs of spring at Brackenhurs...

Four signs of spring at Brackenhurst

Quad lambs have been born at Nottingham Trent University?s Brackenhurst campus for the first time in three years.
Howlett fights into last 64 of Chal...

Howlett fights into last 64 of Challenge Wratislava

A fencer worked his way through to the knockout stages of his second international competition.
Skull find at old Pauncefote Arms p...

Skull find at old Pauncefote Arms pub could reveal burial site

Builders working on a former pub have uncovered what could be an ancient burial site.
Controversial planning approval for...

Controversial planning approval for Southwell site which has flooded in the past

Planners approved a controversial application for homes in Southwell before a flood model for the town is finished.

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Trial date set for Rutgers professo...

Trial date set for Rutgers professor charged with sexual assault of mentally disabled man

Rutgers professor Anna Stubblefield, seen leaving the Essex County courthouse in April, is accused of sexually assaulting a severely mentally disabled man. NEWARK - A Superior Court judge today scheduled jury selection to begin on Aug. 25 in the trial of Rutgers-Newark professor Anna Stubblefield on charges of sexually assaulting a severely mentally disabled man.

Officer in wrong-way NY crash had 2...

Officer in wrong-way NY crash had 2 drunken-driving arrests

Six-year Linden police veteran Pedro Abad Jr. was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence in Roselle in January 2011 after his car "put a hole completely through the building" housing a New Way Supermarket, a police report said. Abad was issued a summons for DUI and reckless driving, but apparently the case didn't conclude in any citations or violations, the state Motor Vehicle Commission said.

N.J. man, no longer accused of pull...

N.J. man, no longer accused of pulling trigger, pleads guilty to role in fatal shooting

NEWARK - While no longer accused of being the gunman, a former Newark man has pleaded guilty to his role in the 2011 fatal shooting of a woman in the city's downtown. Kyron Washington, 27, pleaded guilty on March 17 to a reckless manslaughter charge in connection with the April 14, 2011 shooting of Arlene Fields, 42, of East Orange .

1,000 homeless connect to each othe...

1,000 homeless connect to each other, resources in Newark

NEWARK -- Barbara Lacue has been homeless four times. For the past several years, she has categorized herself and her two sons - ages 10 and 11 - as "chronically homeless."

East Newark students should go to H...

East Newark students should go to Harrison High next year, state says

The East Newark School district is being charged more for tuition than it was in the past to send its students to Harrison High School, its longtime receiving district. (Laura Herzog Increased fees from receiving district Harrison have prompted East Newark administrators to consider sending students to Kearny High School instead.

Corrections officer gets 18 months ...

Corrections officer gets 18 months for role in 'contraband marketplace' in Essex jail

A corrections officer at the Essex County Correctional Facility in Newark was sentenced to 18 months in prison Wednesday on charges he accepted bribes to smuggle cigarettes and other contraband into the jail. TRENTON - A corrections officer was sentenced to 18 months in prison today for helping run a scheme to smuggle marijuana, cell phones and other banned items into the Essex County Jail, authorities said.

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Newark Valentine?s Day Homesteaders...

Newark Valentine?s Day Homesteaders Face Financing Challenge

Newark?s offer of $1000 vacant lots came with a commitment to build and live on the land. But finding construction financing can be difficult.
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.

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Newark Valentine?s Day Homesteaders...

Newark Valentine?s Day Homesteaders Face Financing Challenge

Newark?s offer of $1000 vacant lots came with a commitment to build and live on the land. But finding construction financing can be difficult.
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.

Blog.nj.com

Funeral of David Bird brings closur...

Funeral of David Bird brings closure 14 months after he disappeared, friends say

Many gas station attendants in N.J....

Many gas station attendants in N.J. not paid OT, minimum wage

Gas likely culprit in NYC explosion...

Gas likely culprit in NYC explosion , mayor says

Person killed at Port Authority ter...

Person killed at Port Authority terminal identified as 67-year-old NY man

Hamilton Democrats nominate mayoral...

Hamilton Democrats nominate mayoral and council candidates

Firefighters quell Mantua blaze, re...

Firefighters quell Mantua blaze, rescue cat

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