The acquisition of the 100,000-square-foot, 12-story office building increases the company’s growing presence in Newark’s downtown district.
Nearly 40 high school students will have the opportunity to receive college credit for select courses.
Celebrating the urban farming movement in Newark.
The grant will help “cultivate the next diverse generation of humanities scholars.”
We already knew he would run, didn’t we?
The Newark Arts Council is currently accepting applications for its ArtStart Grants Program.
Seven teenagers combined their powers to author a book, The Girls Club Journal: Beauty Unmasked, under the guidance of Newark-based Butterfly Dreamz.
Larry Hamm: “Why do we have a Dr. King holiday and none of the six books that Martin Luther King wrote are required reading in any public school?”
Newark’s real estate development trend continues with the announcement of two new “adaptive reuse” projects.
A controversial zoning ordinance that will allow developers to erect buildings as high as 12 stories in the area around Penn Station.