Entries will be accepted through November 30th.
According to Mayor Ras Baraka, it’s an effort “to meet the housing and support service needs for the City’s most vulnerable population.”
A traveling exhibit spotlighting climate and environmental justice issues is coming to Newark.
Students from the Rutgers’ Constitutional Law Clinic, International Human Rights Clinic, and other legal clinics will be on hand for any Essex County resident who is turned down at the polls trying to vote on Election Day, November 6, 2018.
The New Jersey Devils are dedicating several home game dates to charitable causes, including food and toy drives, in conjunction with area nonprofits.
The rally will call on New Jersey governor Phil Murphy to be accountable to the 94 percent of Black voters who helped him win the state’s 2017 gubernatorial contest.
A sweet deal for kids: M&Ms and Newark’s Division of Recreation and Cultural Affairs are once again partnering on a free Halloween giveaway.
Tickets are currently on sale for the dance, which takes place December 15th.
An impromptu cypher. A rousing speech. Inside a mural unveiling honoring Wyclef Jean.
The City of Newark is providing free water filters to residents who may be affected by lead contamination due to outdated, privately-owned pipes and service lines.