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Newark-on-Trent or Newark? Councill...

Newark-on-Trent or Newark? Councillors vote to banish longer name from road signs

Newark-on-Trent is to cease to exist ­? at least on road signs.
The Ram ready for re-opening

The Ram ready for re-opening

One of Newark's most iconic night-time venues throws open its doors once more at noon on Friday, January 30.
A1 smash prompts safety calls

A1 smash prompts safety calls

Urgent talks on improving safety at a major road junction in Newark will take place tomorrow.
Police seek Good Samaritan who help...

Police seek Good Samaritan who helped assault victim in Newark

Police are asking for help to trace a cyclist who came to the rescue of a man who had been badly assaulted.
The Mousetrap coming to Newark

The Mousetrap coming to Newark

The longest running show in British theatre history, Agatha Christie?s murder-mystery The Mousetrap, is coming to Newark for a week-long stay. It will be performed at the Palace Theatre from June 1-6.
Patrick Bamford ready for Arsenal a...

Patrick Bamford ready for Arsenal after FA Cup heroics

Striker Patrick Bamford is preparing to take on FA Cup holders Arsenal after helping knock the Premier League champions out of the competition on Saturday.

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Lawmakers: Cut taxes for stars who ...

Lawmakers: Cut taxes for stars who play 4 nights in AC

Stars who play at least four nights in Atlantic City would be freed from having to pay state income taxes on all shows in the state that year under the latest proposal to revive the struggling seaside resort. New Jersey state Sens. Tom Kean Jr. and James Whelan introduced legislation Thursday designed to spur in Atlantic City the kind of artist-in-residency that big stars typically do in Las Vegas, where stints of two weeks or a month have become common by A-list stars.

Police open arms to family of Irish...

Police open arms to family of Irish officer shot Tuesday in New Orleans

At Newark Liberty International Airport today, Port Authority Police officers welcomed the mother and wife of an officer from Limerick, Ireland, who was shot and wounded Tuesday while he vacationed in New Orleans. His mother, Rosemary Hanrahan, and wife, Emma Holland, are seen here with Officers Slavek Wdoviak, Greg Ross, Mike Becker and Bob Wallace.

Newark unveils new mobile app to re...

Newark unveils new mobile app to report crimes, find information

Newark mayor Ras Baraka and Rutgers University unveiled today a new mobile application that allows residents to a report a crime or find information with the click of a button. (Naomi Nix NEWARK - Newark mayor Ras Baraka and Rutgers University unveiled today a new mobile application that allows city residents to a report a crime or find information with the click of a button.

East Newark officials say Harrison ...

East Newark officials say Harrison High too pricey, aim to send kids to Kearny

Students are seen outside Kearny High School in a Jersey Journal file photo. East Newark is hoping to send their high school-age students to Kearny High in the fall.

Trial begins for man charged in fat...

Trial begins for man charged in fatal shooting of off-duty Newark cop

NEWARK - As the trial began today in the May 2011 fatal shooting of an off-duty Newark police officer, prosecutors claimed the accused murderer, Rasul McNeil-Thomas, opened fire at a city restaurant to shoot a woman involved in an earlier brawl at his home. But the defense argued police officers tampered with evidence and coached that woman to bolster their case against McNeil-Thomas.

Winter Prompts Heightened Risk of P...

Winter Prompts Heightened Risk of Property Theft

As temperatures decrease and winter brings shortened days, human behavior changes coincide with opportunities for property theft and other common crimes. "Crimes against persons are more numerous in the summer and crimes against property are more numerous in winter," according to Gerhard J. Falk's study entitled "The Influence of the Seasons on the Crime Rate" that can be found in Northwestern University's School of Law Scholarly Commons.

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Disciplining Police Officers

Disciplining Police Officers

The executive director of the A.C.L.U. of New Jersey says review boards that address misconduct should have the power to impose punishments.
Correcting the Train's Grammar

Correcting the Train's Grammar

Metropolitan Diary: A passenger was perplexed by the announcement, ?The train is now expressing to the city,? and wondered what the train was trying to express.
Headstone Makers Battle Newark Arch...

Headstone Makers Battle Newark Archdiocese for Business

The New Jersey Legislature is taking up bills to keep the Roman Catholic church from competing against the private funeral industry, but the church is pushing back.
Improving Ground Life for Travelers...

Improving Ground Life for Travelers at 3 Airports

Over the next 10 years, billions of dollars from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and from the airlines themselves, will be spent to improve the functionality and the images of New York’s three major airports.
An Upgrade for Newark's United Hub

An Upgrade for Newark's United Hub

Terminal C, the United Airlines hub at Newark Liberty International Airport, will receive a renovation that includes new restaurants and free use of iPads in waiting areas.
A Girl, 9, Is Accidentally Shot by ...

A Girl, 9, Is Accidentally Shot by Her 12-Year-Old Brother in Newark

The police said the boy was playing with a handgun at home when he shot his sister, who is hospitalized in critical condition.

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Disciplining Police Officers

Disciplining Police Officers

The executive director of the A.C.L.U. of New Jersey says review boards that address misconduct should have the power to impose punishments.
Correcting the Train's Grammar

Correcting the Train's Grammar

Metropolitan Diary: A passenger was perplexed by the announcement, ?The train is now expressing to the city,? and wondered what the train was trying to express.
Headstone Makers Battle Newark Arch...

Headstone Makers Battle Newark Archdiocese for Business

The New Jersey Legislature is taking up bills to keep the Roman Catholic church from competing against the private funeral industry, but the church is pushing back.
Improving Ground Life for Travelers...

Improving Ground Life for Travelers at 3 Airports

Over the next 10 years, billions of dollars from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and from the airlines themselves, will be spent to improve the functionality and the images of New York’s three major airports.
An Upgrade for Newark's United Hub

An Upgrade for Newark's United Hub

Terminal C, the United Airlines hub at Newark Liberty International Airport, will receive a renovation that includes new restaurants and free use of iPads in waiting areas.
A Girl, 9, Is Accidentally Shot by ...

A Girl, 9, Is Accidentally Shot by Her 12-Year-Old Brother in Newark

The police said the boy was playing with a handgun at home when he shot his sister, who is hospitalized in critical condition.

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Bell Labs scientist who paved the w...

Bell Labs scientist who paved the way for the modern world dies at 99

Explosions heard as fire again brea...

Explosions heard as fire again breaks out at Edison DPW facility

Woman awarded $8.4 million in suit ...

Woman awarded $8.4 million in suit against auto insurer, report says

Broadway stars to take North Bergen...

Broadway stars to take North Bergen stage for Valentine's benefit concert

Two pedestrians struck by car in Cl...

Two pedestrians struck by car in Clark, airlifted to hospital

YouTube's 'I'm Shmacked' party-vide...

YouTube's 'I'm Shmacked' party-video crew coming to Rowan University

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