Former Newark Deputy Major Baye Adofo-Wilson joins New Jersey law firm Rainone Coughlin Minchello

Former Newark Deputy Mayor Baye Adofo-Wilson is on to the next.

As he retires, looking back on the remarkable legacy of Junius Williams

He who thinks he is leading and has no one following him is only taking a walk – Malawian proverb

‘Greenleaf’ star Kim Hawthorne is back home for the Newark International Film Festival

On Newark International Film Festival weekend, we spoke to ‘Greenleaf’ actress Kim Hawthorne about her Newark roots, her take-no-prisoners TV character, and her new venture.

Newark’s Honor Roll: Lauren Craig wants to immerse you in some of the best of Newark

Newark “Glambassador” Lauren Craig has released “100 Things To Do in Newark Before You Die.” We spoke to the woman behind the Brick City bucket list.

Newark’s Jason Grove is one of 10 young leaders being honored at Urban League’s national conference

Former Urban League of Essex County Young Professionals (ULECYP) president Jason Grove is also a newly minted policy analyst for the City of Newark. Jason Grove, who is also a newly minted policy analyst for the City of Newark. He was one of ten National Urban League Honors award recipients at this year’s Urban League conference.

Acclaimed millennial violinist Eric Stanley visits BRICK Avon Academy’s young musicians

This week, young violinists at BRICK Avon Academy came face-to-face with what a career as a successful musician might look like when acclaimed millennial violinist Eric Stanley visited the school for a series of special instrumental music classes with Avon students who play the violin.

Saint Vincent Academy’s Sister June Favata is “Newark’s Cornerstone” for 2017

Sister June Favata, who has been an educator at Saint Vincent Academy in Newark for more than 45 years, is this year’s winner of Newark’s Cornerstones. Prudential Financial, Prudential Center, and the New Jersey Devils launched Newark’s Cornerstones in the fall of 2016.

Newark high school student contributes to a cleaner community

On a recent snowy Saturday morning, while many of her high school peers were still asleep in their warm beds, Asada Rashidi was hard at work keeping the streets in her South Ward neighborhood clean and crosswalks clear for pedestrians.

ICYMI: Newark, A Love Story
9 Newark places and the people who love them

We asked nine individuals and couples who love Newark which places best capture their affection for the city. Here’s what they told us.