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Panama Canal and Newark what is the connection?

17. December 2014

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So what does the Panama Canal some 2,154 miles away effect Newark?  Well the commission of of Newark Environment believes there is a direct correlation. The Panama Canal expansion project (also called the Third Set of Locks Project) is the largest project at the Canal since its original construction, intended to double the capacity of the Panama […]

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Newark Water Group Advocacy pays off with an indictment

16. December 2014

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  Yesterday indictments by the Office caps off several investigations into the Newark Watershed Conservation and Development Corp. (NWCDC) that were initiated by the Newark Water Group, a citizens’ watchdog organization formed to keep the city’s water supply from falling out of public control into private hands. The US Attorney, so far has indicted Donald Bernard, […]

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“Show me the Money”, Sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York

18. November 2014

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WHAT: A free forum sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the NJIT School of Management in partnership with the NJIT Enterprise Development Center, the NJIT Innovation Acceleration Center, Greater Newark Enterprises Corporation, Atlantic Federal Credit Union, and City National Bank. To register, click here: http://www.cvent.com/d/h4qbgv WHO: The nontraditional lender panel will […]

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Real Estate in North Jersey Executive see more opportunities beyond luxury Properties

13. November 2014

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Real estate execs see more opportunity beyond luxury properties Real estate executives remain bullish on the market for apartment dwellings in North Jersey next year, however, some predicted that rent increases could stabilize and the best opportunities could be in older buildings to be upgraded, rather than building more new luxury properties. “Multifamily remains the darling […]

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Tomorrow NJIT will host the Construction Roundtable of New Jersey’s Fifth Annual Diversity in Construction Conference

12. November 2014

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On November 13th, NJIT will host the Construction Roundtable of New Jersey’s Fifth Annual Diversity in Construction Conference in the Campus Center Atrium.  3:30 am – 4:30 pm, Sponsored by Construction Roundtable of New Jersey Newark Mayor Ras Baraka will deliver the keynote address from 12:15-1:15 p.m. How Can Your Small Business Benefit from the […]

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The Bi-annual Hospital Safety scores are in, while overall State safety standard have improved moving NJ in fourth in national rankings, it’s a mixed bag for Newark.

30. October 2014

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The Hospital Safety scores are in, while overall State safety standard have improved moving NJ in fourth in national rankings, it’s a mixed bag for Newark.  While the State safety score have improved, safety scores in Newark continue to lag.  So you ask what is a Hospital safety Score?  Hospital Safety Scores are assigned to […]

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Art Fest 2014 Artist and Artisans Showcase at Robeson Center

29. October 2014

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ArtFest, sponsored byRising Tide Capital, a non-profit organization that helps people start and grow a business, last week showcased some of its newest entrepreneurs at the sixth annual ARTfest! This was its first time being held in Robeson Center ion the Rutger Newark Campus.  The event celebrates the  entrepreneurs, artistry and artisans graduating from Rising Tides […]

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Star Ledger staff to moves into 1 Gateway Center next to Penn Station, along with reorganized

21. October 2014

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The Star-Ledger newspaper, which this summer sold its longtime home in Newark, is leasing 9,076 square feet of office space in that city’s One Gateway Center, according to building owner Advance Realty. “As a dynamic media company, The Star-Ledger will benefit from One Gateway Center’s incomparable location, the flexibility and efficiency of the building’s floorplates […]

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–Yeheskel Bar-Ness, Ph.D., of Monroe, a Distinguished Professor Emeritus at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT),

16. October 2014

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–Yeheskel Bar-Ness, Ph.D., of Monroe, a Distinguished Professor Emeritus at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), received the second annual Board of Overseers Excellence in Research Lifetime Achievement Award at a ceremony on Oct. 2, 2014. A prominent expert in wireless communications and signal processing for more than four decades, Dr. Bar-Ness was recognized for […]

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Is Harrison the new Hoboken? Ground breaking of apartment complex suggest Harrison is on the Move

16. October 2014

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Will Harrison become the new Hoboken? Mayor Raymond McDonough would like to think so. Eighteen years ago, and now three years after taking office, he initiated a redevelopment plan to transform the Hudson County town’s blighted industrial section into a gentrified neighborhood of condos, rental apartments and hotels, all coalescing around a renovated PATH station. […]

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