|Community helps keep Newark High band marching alongNewark Post / 7 h. 4 min. ago more|
At some point this fall, the Newark High School Marching Band will step onto a football field and perform its 2017 show.
|1 dead, 3 wounded in Newark shooting - NJ.comGoogle News / 8 h. 57 min. ago more|
NJ.com1 dead, 3 wounded in Newark shootingNJ.comNEWARK -- A woman was shot and killed Monday in the West Ward near the Irvington border, Chief Assistant Prosecutor Thomas Fennelly of the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said. Two male victims who were shot and wounded were also found at the ...Woman fatally shot in Newark, 3 others injuredNew York's PIX11 / WPIX-TVShooting Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Wounded in NewarkU.S. News & World Reportall 5 news articles »
|NJPAC's Sounds of the City Presents Talib Kweli on August 24 - New Jersey StageGoogle News / 10 h. 46 min. ago more|
New Jersey StageNJPAC's Sounds of the City Presents Talib Kweli on August 24New Jersey Stage(NEWARK, NJ) -- Horizon Foundation Sounds of the City Presented by M&T Bank, NJPAC's free outdoor music series in Chambers Plaza, presents acclaimed hip-hop artist Talib Kweli on Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 5:00pm. This critically acclaimed rapper ...
|1 dead, 3 wounded in Newark shooting NJ.com / 10 h. 58 min. ago more|
NEWARK -- A woman was shot and killed Monday in the West Ward near the Irvington border, Chief Assistant Prosecutor Thomas Fennelly of the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said. Two male victims who were shot and wounded were also found at the scene. A fourth victim, also male, was later located at University Hospital. The shooting occurred in the 700... NEWARK -- A woman was shot and killed Monday in the West Ward near the Irvington border, Chief Assistant Prosecutor Thomas Fennelly of the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said. Two male victims who were shot and wounded were also found at the scene. A fourth victim, also male, was later located at University Hospital. The shooting occurred in the 700 block of S. 19th Street near Springfield Avenue shortly before 6 p.m. A woman at the scene said the victim was a co-worker who had just finished for the day when she was hit by a drive-by shooter. "She was an innocent bystander," the distraught woman, who did not give her name, said. "She don't even know nobody around here." Fennelly did not release the name of the dead woman, pending notification of next-of-kin. He withheld the names of the male victims for security reasons. Paul Milo may be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter@PaulMilo2. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
|Man accused of stabbing co-worker at Newark AirportNJ.com / 11 h. 22 min. ago more|
The suspect was arrested at the same hospital where his alleged victim was treated NEWARK-- A Newark man was arrested while at the same hospital where another man he allegedly stabbed was also being treated, a spokesman for the Port Authority said Monday. Port Authority police were called to a building at Newark Liberty International Airport around 9 p.m. Friday on a report of a stabbing. The 48-year-old man told responding officers he and a co-worker, Dennis V. Jagoo, 51, had gotten into an argument before Vagoo assaulted him with a knife, Pentangtelo said. The victim managed to fight off Vagoo, who fled, Pentangelo also said. The victim, who had suffered a puncture wound to the arm and a stomach laceration, was taken to Newark Beth Israel for treatment. While at the hospital, police found Vagoo, who had gone there to get checked out, Pentangelo said. The knife used in the attack was also allegedly located inside Vagoo's car. He has been charged with aggravated assault and unlawful possession of a weapon. Paul Milo may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter@PaulMilo2. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
|Man accused of stabbing co-worker at Newark Airport | NJ.com - NJ.comGoogle News / 11 h. 23 min. ago more|
NJ.comMan accused of stabbing co-worker at Newark Airport | NJ.comNJ.comNEWARK-- A Newark man was arrested while at the same hospital where another man he allegedly stabbed was also being treated, a spokesman for the Port ...Knife vs. Metal Rod: Co-Workers Battle At Newark Airport - PatchPatch.comall 4 news articles »
|Newarkers gather to watch solar eclipseNewark Post / 11 h. 29 min. ago more|
Thousands of Newarkers paused Monday afternoon to witness the solar eclipse, a rare celestial event that won’t be visible here again until 2024.
|What is 'TLD,' and why might it be some NJ kids' best shot at success in life?Newark News / 11 h. 50 min. ago more|
Transportation, logistics and distribution. Sounds boring, but today it equates to innovations such as robotics, drones and online tracking.
|NJ Transit spent $1M on Penn Station project ad campaignNJ.com / 14 h. 48 min. ago more|
NJ Transit spent more than $1 million on advertising to inform riders about the changes from a two-month repair project. By JOSH CORNFIELD | Associated Press TRENTON, N.J. -- New Jersey Transit spent more than $1 million on a digital advertising campaign this summer to inform riders about changes caused by a massive two-month repair project at Penn Station that limited service on its second-busiest rail line. The campaign to promote a special website on service disruptions while making sure riders knew Amtrak is responsible for the project at the nation's busiest rail terminal cost about $300,000 more than New Jersey Transit says it typically spends in a full year on marketing. "Given the magnitude of the summer rail service disruption, combined with its enduring impact to our customers, a unique and multi-faceted communications plan was crucial," said NJ Transit spokeswoman Nancy Snyder. "To that end, NJ Transit enlisted outside assistance in formulating a comprehensive communications campaign that was efficient, effective and timely to keep our customers informed every step of the way and optimize their travel experience." Some of the $1,009,775 was spent to target ads to those directly affected by the work, according to invoices that NJ Transit provided to The Associated Press after a records request. Snyder said the campaign drew 600,000 people to the website. NJ Transit is the nation's third-largest provider of bus, rail and light rail service, with a current operating budget of $2.2 billion. A transit advocacy group praised the campaign for keeping riders informed. "I don't think I heard many reports of riders not knowing what was going on," said David Peter Alan, chairman of the Lackawanna Coalition, a group that advocates for better service on the Morristown & Essex lines. Democratic state Sen. Loretta Weinberg agreed that was valuable but questioned the need to spend any of the money to cast blame on Amtrak. A section of the special website reads, "The reality is that Amtrak has been neglecting this work for years, but it must happen now to prevent even more delays and to create a safer commuting environment." Weinberg said, "A dollar spent on advertising to prove whose fault this was or to embellish themselves is a dollar misspent away from the problems that the everyday commuters face." A spokeswoman for Amtrak declined to comment. Amtrak, which owns Penn Station, drew the ire of Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie this spring after two derailments and a series of other problems that caused travel headaches throughout the Northeast Corridor. Amtrak's replacement of aging tracks and other equipment, much of which dates to the 1970s, was originally to be done over two or three years but was condensed into a summer project scheduled to wrap up the end of August. NJ Transit responded by having trains on the Morris & Essex line serving the northern part of the state end in Hoboken, where riders had to catch another commuter line or ferries to get into New York. The ad campaign, managed by MV Digital Group, included about $200,000 spent on search engines, $153,451 on Facebook and $82,991 on Twitter. Consulting firm Kivvit received about $66,000. MV Digital Group is the digital ad company owned by Advance Media, which publishes NJ.com, the Star-Ledger and other newspapers in the state. Riders told the agency before work began that communications on disruptions was a priority, and a large majority said in a follow-up survey they had received the right amount of information, with some saying there could have been more, Snyder said. Though many commuters have experienced longer trips and some delays, the "summer of hell" predicted by Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and others largely has failed to materialize. The timing of the work to coincide with summer vacations played a role, and rail officials have praised commuters for being flexible and keeping apprised of service changes through social media and official outreach efforts. Most NJ Transit riders said in a survey they did not change how they traveled this summer. Contact Josh Cornfield at Twitter.com/JoshCornfield
|1 hurt as jet skis collide near George Washington BridgeNJ.com / 15 h. 28 min. ago more|
Police said the jet skis collided near the New Jersey tower of the bridge. FORT LEE - An East Orange man was seriously hurt Sunday after the jet ski he was riding collided with another jet ski near the New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge, police said. Palisades Interstate Parkway police received a call about 4:15 p.m. of a jet ski accident with injured people on the dock known as Hazard's Ramp south of the tower in Fort Lee. Arriving officers found Rafael Rodriguez, 20, suffering from a serious leg injury, police said. A juvenile on the scene was also hurt and treated by EMS before being released to his family, police said. Rodriguez was taken to Hackensack University Medical Center and is expected to survive, police said. Puppies rescued from van in Walmart lot Police said they determined one jet ski was idling too close to shore when a second jet ski failed to slow down and hit Rodriguez. "All occupants were thrown into the water and assisted back to shore by bystanders prior to public safety arrival," police said. The operator of the second jet ski was identified by police as Carlos Cruz, 24, of Newark. Cruz was not hurt, police said. Multiple marine violations were issued and both jet skis were impounded, police said. Anthony G. Attrino may be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @TonyAttrino. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
|PATH reaches record ridership during Penn Station repairsNJ.com / 15 h. 50 min. ago more|
The track repairs at New York's Penn Station has caused PATH service to soar. NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- The extensive track repairs at New York's Penn Station this summer have been a boon for one of the region's rail lines. While service on the Long Island Rail Road and New Jersey Transit has been cut back due to the repairs, ridership on PATH service operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has soared. The Port Authority says average weekday PATH ridership reached 298,000 last month, nine percent over 2016 and the most since the agency took over the rail line in 1962. PATH trains are handling more than 22,000 more commuters in Hoboken and Jersey City whose New Jersey Transit trains are being diverted. Amtrak owns Penn Station and began weekday repairs after two derailments in the spring exposed aging equipment and infrastructure.
|PAPD arrest man for allegedly stabbing co-workerNewark News / 16 h. 2 min. ago more|
Port Authority police arrest man after he allegedly stabs a co-worker The suspect was found at an area hospital after he allegedly stabbed a co-worker with a knife. Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2xlpQn6 A solar eclipse, Jersey tomatoes and a Smokey Robinson benefit concert - all in "7 things to know this week in New Jersey."
|Cops: Relative fatally stabbed 3 young girls as they sleptNewark News / 16 h. 2 min. ago more|
Prince George's County police said Saturday that one of the victims is 6-year-old Nadira Withers, the sister of the suspect, Antonio Williams. The other victims are 9-year-old Ariana Decree and 6-year-old Ajayah Decree, of Newark, New Jersey.
|4 hit in overnight Newark shooting, cops confirm - NJ.comGoogle News / 16 h. 52 min. ago more|
NJ.com4 hit in overnight Newark shooting, cops confirmNJ.comNEWARK -- Authorities are investigating an overnight shooting that struck four people in Newark, officials confirmed Monday. All four people shot in the Fabyan Place incident at 3:26 a.m. Monday suffered non-life threatening injuries, Newark police ...
|4 hit in overnight Newark shooting, cops confirmNJ.com / 16 h. 55 min. ago more|
Authorities are investigating the shooting. NEWARK -- Authorities are investigating an overnight shooting that struck four people in Newark, officials confirmed Monday. All four people shot in the Fabyan Place incident at 3:26 a.m. Monday suffered non-life threatening injuries, Newark police said. Three have been treated for their injuries and released, and one refused treatment, police said Monday afternoon. Authorities did not immediately release details on what may have prompted the shooting. No arrests have been made. Detectives from the Major Crimes Division are investigating. No other details were immediately available. Jessica Mazzola may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @JessMazzola. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
|Synthetic pot sickens at least 10 in Newark, cops sayNJ.com / 17 h. 9 min. ago more|
The incident is similar to one in the city earlier this year. NEWARK -- Multiple people were ill after apparently ingesting synthetic marijuana in Newark Monday, authorities confirmed. Newark police first responded to a sick person on Park Place at 8:12 a.m. Monday, Department of Public Safety Captain Derek Glenn said. Over the next five hours, police responded to nine other people at various locations across the city who were also sickened, authorities said. "Police are investigating the likelihood the influx (of illness) is being caused by individuals having ingested synthetic marijuana," officials said in a release. A similar incident occurred in the city in April, in which authorities said about 40 people, many of whom were homeless, were sickened by synthetic pot. Two men were arrested in that incident. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call 877-695-8477 or 877-695-4867. Jessica Mazzola may be reached at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @JessMazzola. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
|Synthetic pot sickens at least 10 in Newark, cops say - NJ.comGoogle News / 17 h. 10 min. ago more|
NJ.comSynthetic pot sickens at least 10 in Newark, cops sayNJ.comTwo men were arrested in that incident. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call 877-695-8477 or 877-695-4867. Jessica Mazzola may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @JessMazzola. Find NJ.com on ...Rash Of Newark Hospitalizations May Be Linked To Synthetic Pot; Cops SayCBS New YorkWave Of Illness In Newark May Be Due To Synthetic Marijuana: PolicePatch.comSynthetic Marijuana Suspected Making People SickU.S. News & World Reportall 6 news articles »
|Belleville police seek car possibly tied to theftNewark News / 18 h. 19 min. ago more|
Belleville police seek car possibly involved in theft case Authorities remained on the lookout Monday following a brief police chase a week ago. Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2wqXqLZ BELLEVILLE - Authorities remained on the lookout Monday for a car fitting the description of one wanted in connection with an attempted theft from a motor vehicle, police said.
|Solar eclipse 2017: What about glasses, path and pets? 15 answers to your eclipse questions todayNJ.com / 18 h. 53 min. ago more|
The Great American Solar Eclipse happens today, Monday, August 21, 2017 (8/21/17). If you're curious about how to watch the eclipse, what you'll see, what happens if you look at the eclipse without proper glasses or eye protection, or if you have any other questions, use this guide to get the answers you need.
|The 11 biggest boys basketball stories of Summer 2017NJ.com / 19 h. 3 min. ago more|
What were the biggest stories of this summer?
|ICE deports man wanted on murder charge in Dominican RepublicNJ.com / 20 h. 52 min. ago more|
The man was wanted by Dominican authorities on murder charges. NEWARK -- A Dominican Republic man wanted on charges he shot someone to death at a restaurant in his home country was been deported from the U.S. last week, authorities said. Kelbin Alberto Perez De Los Santos, 36, was arrested in Hackensack in February, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials. He came to the United States in July 2016 shortly after he killed another person with a shotgun in a dispute at a restaurant in Los Girasoles, according to the U.S. Marshals Service. He lawfully entered the U.S. before the Interpol National Central Bureau in Santo Domingo issued a notice in August 2016 seeking his arrest. Last month, an immigration judge ordered that Perez be removed from the U.S. and sent back to the Dominican Republic. He was turned over to Dominican authorities on Thursday. Spencer Kent may be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @SpencerMKent. Find the Find NJ.com on Facebook.
|Solar eclipse 2017: Your guide to path, map, forecast and how to watch the big show in N.J.NJ.com / 22 h. 44 min. ago more|
Today is the day, New Jersey. On Monday, August 21, 2017 (8/21/17) the solar eclipse will mean different things, depending where in the country you're watching. In New Jersey, we'll get about 75 percent of the show. Here's more on how to watch, when the eclipse will happen, what to do if you don't have glasses, and the best places to see the solar show.
|The 10 mega-gifts that just helped Rutgers do something it has never doneNJ.com / 1 d. 0 h. 3 min. ago more|
Nearly 50,000 people donated to the state university over the last year.
|N.J. pets in need: Aug. 21, 2017NJ.com / 1 d. 0 h. 4 min. ago more|
Just some of the thousands of pets in need of adoption in New Jersey. There's summer heat, and then there's oppressive summer heat. While we do everything we can to keep ourselves cool, it's important to remember our pets as well. "If it's hot to you it's just as hot for your dog or cat, and probably even worse," said John Gickling, a board certified veterinarian in emergency and critical care. "We're better equipped to handle the heat because we perspire." Some tips on making sure your pets can deal with excessive heat: * If you walk your dog, pick the coolest time of the day, follow a shady route and bring water for your pet. * Older pets, overweight animals and dogs with short snouts suffer more in high heat. * If your pet is outdoors, make sure it has a cool place to lay and that water is always available. Avoid taking your pets anywhere that has concrete or blacktop until temperatures normalize. * Dogs may be overheating if they can't get up, aren't alert or can't stop panting. If you suspect overheating, hose your dog off but never use ice water, which worsens the situation. If this doesn't work, a visit to a veterinarian is important. Greg Hatala may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @GregHatala. Find Greg Hatala on Facebook.
|Jerry Lewis outlasted his criticsNewark News / 1 d. 7 h. 25 min. ago more|
Everything, it seemed, was a joke when it came to Jerry Lewis. Even his reputation - whether as a comedian, actor, entertainer, moviemaker or philanthropist - was a setup for somebody somewhere to float balloons or pierce them, the louder the "pop," the better.
|Fire damages house near NewarkNewark Post / 1 d. 9 h. 33 min. ago more|
Fire damaged a home in the Beaulieu neighborhood near Newark on Friday night.
|Lifelong champion of youth to open LEAD charter - TAPinto.netGoogle News / 1 d. 11 h. 36 min. ago more|
TAPinto.netLifelong champion of youth to open LEAD charterTAPinto.netClark is known to Newarkers as the founder and executive director of YouthBuild Newark, a youth and community development agency that has served Newark's disconnected youth for more than 12 years. At the core of YouthBuild Newark's philosophy, Clark ...and more »
|Jerry Lewis: The master of the visual gagNewark News / 1 d. 11 h. 51 min. ago more|
He was born Joseph Levitch in 1926 in Newark, New Jersey, into a family of Russian Jewish emigres. His father was a vaudeville entertainer while his mother played piano in a radio station.
|Plenty at stake in jury selection for Menendez trialNewark News / 1 d. 16 h. 12 min. ago more|
In this Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017, file photo, U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, center, takes questions after a news conference talking about flood insurance, in Union Beach, N.J. Menendez faces multiple bribery and fraud counts for allegedly accepting gifts and campaign contributions from a longtime friend in exchange for pressuring government officials on behalf of the friend's business interests. Opening statements are scheduled for Sept.
|Newark native Jerry Lewis, comedian, telethon host, dies at 91 - NJ.comGoogle News / 1 d. 16 h. 32 min. ago more|
NJ.comNewark native Jerry Lewis, comedian, telethon host, dies at 91NJ.com"Great comedy, in my mind, always goes hand in hand with great sadness. You can be funny without tapping into strong emotion, but the humor is more superficial. Funny without pathos is a pie in the face. And a pie in the face is funny, but I wanted ...$2 Billion Man Jerry Lewis Dies At 91The NonProfit TimesLegendary comedian Jerry Lewis dead at 91New York PostComedy legend Jerry Lewis dies at 91EW.comChicago Tribune -Richmond.com -WatertownDailyTimes.comall 1,762 news articles »
|2 Young Newark, NJ Girls Killed In Triple Homicide In Maryland: Cops - Patch.comGoogle News / 1 d. 20 h. 28 min. ago more|
Patch.com2 Young Newark, NJ Girls Killed In Triple Homicide In Maryland: CopsPatch.comHe's also charged with killing 9-year-old Ariana Decree and 6-year-old Ajayah Decree, who were apparently visiting and on vacation. The Decree sisters are from Palm Street in Newark, and they are the daughters of the suspect's mother's cousin., police ...New Jersey girls among 3 kids found stabbed to death in Maryland homeWABC-TVSisters from Newark among 3 girls stabbed to death in Maryland; man, 24, arrestedNew York's PIX11 / WPIX-TVBrother confesses to killing 6-year-old sister, young cousins in Prince George's County homeNew York Daily NewsT.co -Washington Postall 159 news articles »
|Trump agents thank Afghan who served our troops - by jailing him in N.J. | EditorialNewark News / 1 d. 20 h. 39 min. ago more|
Let's not forget that long before President Trump was defending the "very fine people" marching with Nazis, he was calling to ban all Muslims. All of them.
|Police: Inmate brought heroin to prisonNewark News / 2 d. 0 h. 54 min. ago more|
Dorian Mincey, 47, of Newark, N.J., was arraigned Friday on a felony contraband drug charge stemming from a packet of heroin allegedly found on Mincey while in jail the evening of June 24. Mincey was arrested June 23 by Altoona police after he got off an Amtrak train and a search of his bags allegedly turned up 736 packets of heroin and an ounce of crack cocaine. According to Hollidays-burg Borough police, Mincey said he forgot about the packet of heroin, which was in an envelope found on him when he was entering the prison.
|Man, 24, arrested in deaths of 3 children in Prince George's CountyNewark News / 2 d. 5 h. 15 min. ago more|
Prince George's County police have identified three young girls found stabbed to death inside a family home as relatives of a 24-year-old man now facing murder charges. Police said Saturday that one of the victims is 6-year-old Nadira Withers, the sister of the suspect, Antonio Williams.
|D.P. Dough returns to Newark after three-year absenceNewark Post / 2 d. 7 h. 4 min. ago more|
D.P. Dough, whose calzones were a late-night favorite of college students, has returned to Newark three years after its East Main Street location closed.
|Mariah Carey can still sing, Lionel Richie is still funky, everything is gonna be okayNewark News / 2 d. 11 h. 38 min. ago more|
NEWARK -- So, Friday night in Newark was technically Lionel Richie's show, and he will get his due praise for what was an energetic, all-world funky good time. But much of last night's Prudential Center audience was there to see a certain diva special guest, whose recent "live" TV performances have spurred polarization: dissenters are quick to assure Mariah Carey can no longer sing live and lip-syncs all her concert -- especially after the New Year's Eve debacle where her in-ears failed and she refused to soldier on -- while diehards say Mimi's voice as strong as ever.
|Barcade, a craft-beer arcade bar, opening 2nd N.J. locationNewark News / 2 d. 15 h. 59 min. ago more|
The long-anticipated opening of Barcade , a chain of craft beer bars featuring classic arcade games, will open its doors in Newark on Saturday, Aug. 26. "We're very happy with the way it turned out and hopefully we'll be a good addition," Paul Kermizian, CEO and co-founder of Barcade, told NJ Advance Media. Newark will be Barcade's seventh location and its second in New Jersey.
|Newark man arrested in 5 home burglaries, police sayNewark News / 2 d. 20 h. 18 min. ago more|
NEWARK -- City police have arrested a 57-year-old man in connection with five burglaries in Newark's Forest Hill neighborhood. Newark resident Troy Chabrier was charged Friday in one burglary on the 200 block of Grafton Avenue, three in the Forest Hill Apartment Complex and one on the 400 block of Mount Prospect Avenue.
|Police: Newark man attacked acquaintance with axNewark Post / 3 d. 16 h. 50 min. ago more|
A Newark man was arrested Thursday after allegedly striking an acquaintance with an ax, police said.
|Newark Museum To Host Free Eclipse Viewing Event: Aug. 21 - Patch.comGoogle News / 3 d. 20 h. 20 min. ago more|
Patch.comNewark Museum To Host Free Eclipse Viewing Event: Aug. 21Patch.comNewark Museum To Host Free Eclipse Viewing Event: Aug. 21. NEWARK, NJ — The Newark Museum will host a free eclipse viewing event at its Horizon Plaza from 1 to 4 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 21, at 49 Washington Street. Learn more here. According to an ...and more »
|Shue-Medill Middle School turns field into wildflower meadowNewark Post / 4 d. 6 h. 4 min. ago more|
The wildflower meadow in front of Shue-Medill Middle School isn't exactly a field of dreams, but the school still has plenty of plans for the meadow — big plans.
|Contraflow lane gives cyclists alternative route on Main StreetNewark Post / 4 d. 6 h. 19 min. ago more|
A new contraflow bike lane provides cyclists with a legal way to ride the wrong way down Main Street to get from North College Avenue to South College Avenue.
|Food Bank's hot dog cart provides second chancesNewark Post / 4 d. 6 h. 34 min. ago more|
It looks like a simple hot dog cart catering to the lunchtime crowd off South Chapel Street, but according to the Delaware Food Bank, it is so much more.
|Delaware sets sights on solar eclipseNewark Post / 4 d. 6 h. 49 min. ago more|
Judi Provencal was 14 years old in 1979 — the last time that a total solar eclipse occurred over parts of North America — and she has only a hazy recollection of that celestial event.
|Police, residents come together at Brookside play zoneNewark Post / 5 d. 6 h. 34 min. ago more|
New Castle County Police Ofc. Anthony Pierce and Cpl. Perry Sorrels took turns shooting basketballs with Gaige Greighn, keeping the 9-year-old active on the impromptu court set up at the Brookside Community Center on Wednesday.
|Out of the pastNewark Post / 5 d. 10 h. 40 min. ago more|
Editor’s note: Volunteers at the Pencader Heritage Museum have been digitizing old Newark City Council meeting minutes. They share excerpts with Newark Post readers in a weekly column.
|Parklets on Main Street? City and DelDOT debate feasibility of mini parksNewark Post / 5 d. 13 h. 33 min. ago more|
Starting next spring, Main Street will get an overhaul, one that all sides agree is badly needed.
|Shotgun, ammo stolen from car in Newark apartment complexNewark Post / 5 d. 14 h. 14 min. ago more|
Someone stole a gun and ammunition from a car parked in the Christina Mill Apartments off Elkton Road last week.
|Police investigating burglary in Nottingham GreenNewark Post / 5 d. 14 h. 22 min. ago more|
Someone broke into a Nottingham Green home last week, police said.
|Newark Cops: 3 Armed Suspects Robbed Woman, Man (PHOTOS) - Patch.comGoogle News / 6 d. 17 h. 14 min. ago more|
Patch.comNewark Cops: 3 Armed Suspects Robbed Woman, Man (PHOTOS)Patch.comNewark Cops: 3 Armed Suspects Robbed Woman, Man (PHOTOS). NEWARK, NJ — Newark police are asking for the public's help identifying multiple armed robbery suspects who allegedly robbed a man and a woman last month. According to the Newark ...