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Newark Happening is offering a whirlwind weekend to show off Newark attractions.
Former President Barack Obama will stump for New Jersey Democratic candidate for governor Phil Murphy this coming Thursday in Newark.
Newark becomes the latest municipality to officially eschew Columbus Day.
The gargantuan scoreboard is nearly four stories tall, weighs 44 tons (that’s more than 88,000 pounds) and contains nearly 30 million pixels.
Interested in tech and entrepreneurship in Newark? Clear your calendar the week of October 18th.
The first phase of Mulberry Commons, spanning Prudential Center to Newark Penn Station, is scheduled to open in September of 2018.
Open Doors Citywide Arts Festival is back in Newark October 12th through 15th, and it’s already poised to impress. (BrickCityLive.com is an Open Doors media partner.)
Newark Public Schools unveiled their first wheelchair bus service for student transportation at the John F. Kennedy School, which serves students with special needs