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Bracing for the storm of 2015 what you need to Know

26. January 2015

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The meteorologist are forecasting a textbook nor’easter takes shape over the next 48 hours. STRONG WINDS CAN BE EXPECTED THROUGH MUCH OF THE DAY. WIND GUSTS OF 40 TO 45 MPH ARE POSSIBLE FROM TIME TO TIME… ESPECIALLY THIS MORNING. THE WIND GUSTS MAY BRING DOWN SMALL TREE LIMBS AND MAY BLOW AROUND OUTDOOR OBJECTS […]

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Newark library Celebrates MLK “:Injustice Anywhere is a Threat to Justice Everywhere”

23. January 2015

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On Saturday, January 24th, the Newark Public Library, in collaboration with the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice and the Newark Community LGBTQ Center, will honor the memory of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with the program “Injustice Anywhere is a Threat to Justice Everywhere,” produced by Celeste Bateman & Associates, LLC. The […]

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Redevelopment links several neighboring cities with a collective plan

22. January 2015

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The mayors of three neighboring cities are expected to speak later this month about how changes to the areas surrounding train stations could potentially help bolster some of the state’s struggling neighborhoods. The Urban Essex Coalition for Smart Growth formed in 2013 as a result of the Together North Jersey initiative, which is working to […]

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Newark to Create Civilian Board Investigating Police Misconduct

21. January 2015

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Yesterday, Newark Mayor Ras Baraka has announced a proposal for a nine-member Civilian Complaint Review Board to investigate allegations of police misconduct in the city. The Board will have independent subpoena power to review complaints of excessive use of force and unlawful stops and arrests, as well as discourtesy and use of offensive language by […]

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Mr. Cory goes to Hollywood

20. January 2015

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Mr. Cory goes to Hollywood.  And No, I am not referring to Cory Booker.  Cory Nieves, but the pint size nine year old chef, that likes to be called, Mr. Cory.  Mr. Cory we believed adopted the sir name Mr. after his mentor Mr. Tod Wilson, of Mr. Tod’s Pies, a well known baker, in […]

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All Aboard!! US begains to lower restrictions on Cuba today

16. January 2015

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Starting (Today) Friday, U.S. companies will be able to export mobile phones, televisions, memory devices, recording devices, computers and software to a country with notoriously poor Internet and telecommunications infrastructure. Internet-based communications will fall under a general license. The new rules “immediately enable the American people to provide more resources to empower the Cuban population […]

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The Saving of Saint Michaels Hospital

15. January 2015

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Yesterday, In a crowded auditorium, community members came out in large numbers to discuss the savings of St. Michael Hospital, one of Newark oldest hospitals, and hear about the current proposed purchase agreement with Prime healthcare.  The impromptu meeting was organized by the principals of both St. Michael’s hospital and Prime healthcare and the local […]

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The Sixth Annual Online and Hybrid Learning Conference TODAY

14. January 2015

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WHAT: The Sixth Annual Online and Hybrid Learning Conference, a cross-disciplinary forum for the exchange of information on research, development, and applications of all topics related to online and hybrid learning. Co-sponsored by Rutgers University, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Ocean County College and NJEDge, the conference will open with a half day of […]

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PATH Train scheduled to move on without cutbacks in service

13. January 2015

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Gov. Christie’s head of transportation, Jamie Fox, (not the actor/comedian) said Monday he is against any cutbacks in PATH service between New Jersey and Manhattan, opposing a report commissioned by his boss and Gov. Cuomo that suggested eliminating overnight service to save the Port Authority millions of dollars each year. “This is not the way […]

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SELMA Speech & Essay Contest

12. January 2015

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Calling All High School students!!! As the Martin Luther King holiday will soon approaches and the Movie “Selma” opens nationally, the Liberty museum The Liberty Museum in Philadelphia will be having a national contest on speeches and Essay. The contests called SELMA Speech & Essay Contest — $5,000 Grand Prize Hello All: This is a great […]

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