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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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Where Hockey and Engineering Collide

9. December 2014

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Where Hockey and Engineering Collide: NJIT Highlanders Join a Pioneering Concussion Study Adam Finkle, a forward on the Highlanders club hockey team, will never forget the powerful collision that sent him hurtling to the ice in a hotly contested game against Seton Hall his junior year. What hit him harder still, however, was the slow-paced […]

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Its Turkey Time, Whats better Fresh or Frozen???

25. November 2014

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        With Thanksgiving coming up in just a couple of days, grocery stores are stocked up right now. The number of choices we have when it comes to turkeys can be a bit daunting, and so can the variety of methods for cooking them. So we at Glocally went in search of answers to a […]

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Newark’s Beloved Historian Dr. Clement Alexander Price passes away, Celebration of his life scheduled for Thursday at Bethany Baptist Church

6. November 2014

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  It is with the most profound sadness that I write to let you know of the passing of our dearest of friends and colleagues, Dr. Clement Alexander Price.  As reported, earlier this week Dr. Prices suffered from a major stroke and never recovered.  He passed late afternoon yesterday. Personally speaking, Dr. Price was my […]

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Ana Baptista (Ironbound) is on a mission to move the neddle on the environmental issues facing vulnerable Urban Americans

3. November 2014

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BY MARCIA G. YERMAN Industrial pollution sunset over Newark, New Jersey Ana Baptista is on a mission to drive change. With a Masters from Brown University in Environmental Studies, a PhD in Urban Planning and Public Policy, and a teaching post at the New School for Public Engagement, Ana is well-equipped to move the needle on 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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PIX11 Cares: OCTOBER 29 AT 5:30PM free Mammograms and Breast exams at NJPAC tomorrow

28. October 2014

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TV Station PIX Channel 11, as a part of Breast Cancer Awareness month is helping women obtain free mammograms and breast exams tomorrow, on October 29.  The examinations are available to uninsured women of all ages.  Each year in New York, almost 15,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and almost 2,700 women die from the disease. In New Jersey, […]

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10K United Way Race a Good Start for a Great Cause

17. September 2014

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On Sunday, The United Way of Essex County and Hudson County, had their first Healthy Kids 10K run, at Military Park, and PSE&G Plaza.  Apart of the first lady’s “Get Moving” healthy children initiative, all over the country, programs are being design to get kids active.  Healthy Kids’ goal is to consistently expand services that […]

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Asian tiger mosquito were found and killed in the Downtown area of Newark

14. August 2014

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Asian tiger mosquito were found and killed in back yard of a downtown brownstone. Asian tiger mosquitoes bite multiple hosts during their development cycle of the egg, making them particularly efficient at transmitting diseases. The mannerism of biting diverse host species enables the Asian tiger mosquito to be a potential bridge vector for certain pathogens […]

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4th and Beyond traveling to Brooklyn International African Arts Festival

9. July 2014

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For the fourth of July weekend, Glocally followed some of Newark’s, aspiring entrepreneurs.  To where you might ask, well to Brooklyn.  Yes, Brooklyn to the 43rd Annual International African Art Festival (IAAF).  The 4 day IAAF event (Thursday July 3rd to Sunday July 6th) will be in full swing for its celebration of African and […]

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