New Interactive Museum Chronicling Local Activism And Positive Police Changes Coming Next Fall To NewarkThe history of New Jersey's largest city is headed to a significant place. A new museum is taking over a police precinct to share the stories that shaped Newark.
Newark Schools Detail Plan To Get Students Back On Track After Learning Gap Data Made PublicFor the first time, we're getting a picture of the pandemic's disruptive toll on learning in New Jersey's largest school district.
Mayor Baraka Outlines 5-Year Plan To Stimulate Newark's Post-Pandemic Economic RecoveryThe latest plan to boost the economy in the city of Newark taps into millions of dollars from President Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan.
New Newark Pilot Program Gives $6,000 A Year To Residents Facing Economic InsecurityNew Jersey's largest city is fighting poverty with cash.
Newark Closing In On Swift Completion Of Lead Water Service Line Replacement, A Feat The Feds Call RemarkableLead from the pipes was leaking into the water for years. Now, Newark city leaders say the worry is nearly over.
All New Jersey Residents Age 16 And Up Now Eligible For COVID VaccineThe rule has already been in effect for New York and Connecticut, but now it starts in New Jersey, too.
Exclusive: Newark Joins Other Major Cities To Establish First National Association Of Community-Based Violence Prevention ProgramsIn collaboration with cities like Chicago, Oakland and Los Angeles, Newark is making a push to change how communities are policed.
Newark To Transform Former Elementary School Into 24,000-Square-Foot Homeless Shelter And Services CenterThis 24,000 square foot building on Miller Street is about to undergo a massive transformation into a shelter and supporting homeless services facility.
New Jersey's Urban City Mayors Raising Millions For Black And Latino Business OwnersPrivate donors like Shaquille O'Neil and Fortune 500 companies have contributed $10 million.
Trust The Name Of The Game In Newark, Where Police And The Community Are Coming TogetherAcross the country, there have been heated calls to defund the police. But in Newark, the positive police and community relationship is what has led to a steady decline in crime.
Stay-At-Home Advisory Continues In Newark, But Is It Helping Lower COVID-19 Numbers?Newark Mayor Ras Baraka said Tuesday there has been a slow decline in COVID-19 cases.
Officials: COVID-19 Case Surge Expected Through End Of YearConcerns continued Sunday over the number of Americans who traveled for Thanksgiving.
COVID In New Jersey: Newark Under 10-Day Stay-At-Home AdvisoryNewark Mayor Ras Baraka is asking residents to shelter in place to slow the spread of the disease.
Tri-State Area Officials Sound Alarms As Coronavirus Shutdowns Likely To Impact Holiday SeasonCoronavirus cases are sharply increasing across the U.S. and elected officials in the Tri-State say new restrictions are needed to stop the spread.
Mayor Baraka Says Coronavirus Positivity Rate In Newark Is Even Worse In Specific AreasThe city of Newark is enacting more restrictions as it fights a soaring 19% coronavirus positivity rate.