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27 min ago | The Jersey Journal
Newark mayoral hopeful Ras Baraka sued last month for the removal of two members of the Essex County Board of Elections in advance of next month's mayoral contest, claiming they created a conflict of interest when they publicly expressed support for Baraka's rival, Shavar Jeffries.
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A few years ago, having picked up my brand new car at the dealership, I was driving home down Bloomfield Ave., stopped at a red light, and was instantly rear-ended.
6 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Integrity House's new recovery house for men - the agency's tenth building around Lincoln Park, off Broad Street - was opened officially today.
10 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
St. Michael's Medical Center is facing closure, and its facilities could serve as the women and children's hospital Newark so desperately needs.
In his new position, Birkelbach will lead the company's systems group in the Northeast region, which provides comprehensive engineering services for rail and transit systems projects.
UNION - It's prom season and for those who need to rent a tuxedo for the occasion, Nate Kupperman Clothes at 2006 Morris Ave. in Union Center wants them to remember the store's motto: "Real Quality, Real Value"!! Nate Kupperman's is offering tuxedo rentals starting at $59.
On Tuesday, he attended the grand opening of a low-income housing development that bears his initials.
Joel S. Bloom, president New Jersey Institute of Technology speaks at the launch.
Joseph Taylor, chairman and chief executive officer, Panasonic Corporation of North America speaks during the event in Newark.
With the municipal elections in Newark, New Jersey's largest city, coming up three weeks from today, I thought it would be great to give a primer to the DK community.
The Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry festival returns to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Newark's Downtown Arts District for its fifteenth biennial this fall, bearing a roster of about 50 of the field's most celebrated writers and slam poets.
Utility crews in Newark are working to repair a water main break that caused a sinkhole in the city's South Ward.
A Newark woman with 16 aliases, who was charged with robbing two banks in Newark in February, is new charged with robbery a bank in Harrison in January, authorities said.
A 40-year-old Newark woman was sentenced on Monday to more than 6 1/2 years in prison for a credit-card fraud and identity-theft scheme that targeted elderly women, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman said.
To kick it off fIXE fORCE Launch Party will be held May 3rd at the NJ / NYC adjacent QXT's, New York April 21, 2014 - fIXE Magazine has relaunched as the fIXE fORCE network of online magazines.
When we talk about the negative effects of the school reformers on the education system, and when teachers and parents alike gather together to discuss resistance and generate understanding of the very real threat, we often feel isolated in our own bubble, discouraged by the lack of grassroots outcry.
Federal prosecutors say a northern New Jersey woman has been sentenced nearly seven years in prison for a credit card fraud and identity theft scheme that targeted elderly women.