Newark Council votes 7-0 in favor of MX-3 zoning

A controversial zoning ordinance that will allow developers to erect buildings as high as 12 stories in the area around Penn Station.

Newark City Council will vote on re-zoning around Penn station at its Wednesday meeting

The Newark City Council is scheduled to vote tomorrow (Wednesday) on a controversial zoning plan that will allow developers to erect buildings as high as 145 feet – or 12 stories high – in the area around Penn Station.

Families enjoy free ‘Breakfast For Dinner’ at annual IHOP Newark charity event

IHOP Newark recently offered free “breakfast for dinner” to neighborhood families.

Newark entrepreneurs spotlighted on ‘Leaders Create Leaders’ podcast

Owner Adenah Bayoh first launched the “Breakfast for Dinner” concept five years ago at her IHOP Irvington location.

IHOP Newark to host free “Breakfast For Dinner” event for families in need

Owner Adenah Bayoh first launched the “Breakfast for Dinner” concept five years ago at her IHOP Irvington location.

Sunday Essay: What we choose to value

“I reject hand wringing and acting like the disappearance of arts spaces is inevitable. It’s not. But we have to subsidize based on the actual economics of the culture workers in our beloved community.”

Newark Mayor Baraka appoints Junius Williams city historian

The founder of the Abbott Leadership Institute adds a key appointment to a distinguished career.

Newark’s Gallery Aferro hosting annual art sale, artisan market & potluck party

Start and expand your art collection with work from local artists.

William Flats, new residential and retail space, opens at 15 William Street in Newark

A new 37-unit luxury multifamily rental property with storefront commercial space has opened at 15 William Street, at the corner of William and Broad Streets in Newark.