Building Newark’s college-going culture

A college-going culture means an environment where every child benefits from high expectations and is adequately prepare to succeed at the college level.

Greater Newark Conservancy offers poinsettias and wreaths for annual holiday market fundraiser

Order holiday gifts from Greater Newark Conservancy’s annual fundraiser.

Voting uncomfortably: New Jersey voters should take nothing for granted

Don’t be deterred by an illusion of political safety, says Rachel Wagner to Newark and New Jersey voters.

Forest Hill residents: Newark and New Jersey must lock arms to embrace the future

“If Newark wins, the state wins.” Forest Hill residents discuss what’s at stake in the New Jersey governor’s race.

Packing in the parents: Marlene’s nine secrets to parent night success

How educator Marlene Mack Ayers ensures parents come out and support anything her school does.

City: Discolored water possible due to water main break, but is safe

Some Newarkers are reporting discolored water. The city says it’s due to a water main break.

Marcus Samuelsson’s Newark restaurant, Marcus B&P, will soon open its doors

Handcrafted cocktails, homemade pastas–Marcus Samuelsson & crew are coming soon to Halsey Street.

Newark Museum’s Annual Holiday Market will feature gifts from around the world

This holiday season, Newark Museum will offer locals an opportunity to purchase unique gifts from around the world from the Newark Museum Holiday Market, opening this year on Wednesday, November 15 and running through Sunday, November 19.

Ancient Mediterranean Collection given new gallery space, visibility at Newark Museum

After 28 years, Newark Museum’s Ancient Mediterranean collection is getting a new home.

Event cancelled: Calling vets, cadets, classic cars and community for Newark’s Veteran’s Day Parade

The parade will step off at 10 a.m. on November 11th on Lyons Avenue.