With a new governor about to be sworn in, Pastor David Jefferson Sr. of Newark’s Metropolitan Baptist Church called for a statewide Economic Justice Advisory Council.
Newark says Christie's signature on the Amazon subsidy bill and an improved economic outlook make the city an attractive destination for Amazon's East Coast headquarters.
According to new research, about 20 percent of the state’s population lives in hard-to-count communities, which could make 2020 Census data less reliable.
Tom Bracken, president of the NJ Chamber of Commerce, says a lot of initiatives are ready to be rolled out, but things have to fall in place for them to happen.
We now close the books on the year in business for New Jersey.
You only need to go outside for a few minutes to know it’s not safe to stay. And forecasters aren’t expecting daytime temperatures to rise above freezing until after New Year’s Day.
The city of Newark believes that supporting net neutrality will ultimately be a competitive advantage to attracting companies and people to buildings in the city.
Since the New Jersey Board of Education voted back in September to end its control of Newark Public Schools, the work of ensuring a smooth transition has been underway.
Family, food and faith converge at Christmas.
The city of Newark will be well-represented in the world of academia. Jordan Thomas, a 2014 graduate of Newark's University, has been selected to receive a Rhodes Scholarship.
Mayor Baraka was joined by celebrities to host a community dinner for 300 homeless people.
Write to Lead is a paid internship program for high school girls in Newark.
Since 1999, the All Stars Project of New Jersey has exposed some inner city kids to leadership and professional skills.
The Essex County College president says accreditation loss 'will never happen.'
Federal Monitor Peter Harvey presented findings from the second quarterly report on reforms and grappled with concerned residents.