The free, year-round grief support center groups children and young adults by age -- providing services to participants from 3 to 30 years old.
An event organized by Forbes Magazine brought out several hundred people for a daylong seminar on Opportunity Zones.
State lawmakers warmly celebrated West Side High School Principal Akbar Cook and toured innovative programs the Newark native set up.
Audible has expanded its Newark headquarters to an abandoned church that began serving congregants 50 years before the Civil War.
Newark has renamed a major thoroughfare in memory of one of its most iconic figures.
Fourteen months ago, a judge ruled that Newark's Civilian Complaint Review Board would infringe on the day-to-day duties of the police chief or public safety director.
The Urban Youth Conference brought together hundreds of students from more than 10 urban communities, both in and out of Newark.
The new chemical will coat pipes to prevent water from being in contact with the walls of the lead pipe. But experts warn it will take at least six months to start working, if not longer.
This is the first time the awards show will be hosted in New Jersey.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka said a state plan to build a new youth detention facility in the city was "not happening."
The Newark event marked the beginning of the Democratic presidential candidate's first national campaign tour.
The new Symphony Hall chief brings arts, economic development bona fides to the job.
Per Scholas' managing director says they expect to enroll 100 students this year, and two-thirds of those will be Newark residents.
Newark's first black mayor laid the foundation for the city's renaissance.
It’s just 364 days until the decennial survey hits every household in New Jersey and across the country.