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The city's Ivy Hill neighborhood, which is home to some 30,000 residents, has not had its own police precinct in more than a century.
Following a conversation with students in Newark about gun safety, Booker spoke about the need for common sense gun legislation.
A superior court judge has sided with Newark's police union by denying the city's civilian complaint review board the ability to recommend discipline for officers.
In brief, powerfully emotional events, thousands of students at dozens of schools across New Jersey walked out of class on the one month anniversary of the school shooting massacre in Parkland, ...
Rutgers University-Newark has launched what it calls a bold approach to breaking down barriers and building a better understanding. It’s one of only ten schools in America to establish a Truth, ...
Murphy says he’s ready to make New Jersey the eighth state in the nation to offer earned sick days to all workers.
Stephen Burrows, an iconic African-American fashion designer and trailblazer, received a key to the city of Newark, his hometown, during a news conference Wednesday.
Burrows is celebrated for ...
Domestic violence victims face unique risk factors. A new bill would require specialized training for the judicial personnel that handle their cases.
Essex county mayors stood against alleged comments made by President Trump about immigrants from Haiti and African countries.
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.
What does 2018 have in store 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.
Newark’s first dedicated winter shelter for the homeless will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, through March.