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Black History Month

2. February 2016

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Newark Public Library Newark, , NJ Wednesday, February 3, 2016 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Frances E.W. Harper Literary Society – Celebrating Black History Month. James Brown African American Room. Info: 973–733–7779   Essex County College Garvey/Nkrumah Lecture Series February 4 To help celebrate February as Black History Month, Essex County College is hosting its […]

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“Smorgasbord in the Central Ward” with Legendary Boxing Promoter Don King

21. December 2015

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  Legendary boxing promoter Don King, famous for promoting the “The Rumble in the Jungle” and the “Thrilla in Manila,” will be participating in the “Smorgasbord in the Central Ward,” on Monday, December 21 at noon, when he will be joined by Central Ward Councilwoman Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins, Mayor Ras Baraka, former Mayor Ken Gibson […]

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BRICK CITY LIONS TRAVELS TO FLORIDA FOR POP WARNER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

4. December 2015

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Brick City Lions announced today that both its Peewee and Jr. Midget level football teams will travel to Orlando, Florida to complete at the Pop Warner National Championship. Both teams earned invitations after qualifying victories on November 27th at the New Jersey Eastern Regional Pop Warner Championship. In less than a week over 54 members […]

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The First Annual Africa Entertainment Awards USA Takes Newark by Storm

6. November 2015

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The first annual African Entertainment Awards USA was last Saturday evening, October 31st at the Mary Burch Theater on the campus of Essex County College., to a eager and excited crowd.   The awards, co-sponsored by the Essex County College Africana Institute and Empak Corporation, and was produced by Cameroon-born, Newark resident, Dominic Tamin.  This […]

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Pedestrian move for safety

7. October 2015

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Mayor Ras J. Baraka, the Newark Municipal Council, Engineering Director Phillip Scott, and Traffic and Signals Division Manager Jack Nata announced today that the City of Newark this October will participate in the statewide pedestrian safety education campaign to address the high incidence of pedestrian-motor vehicle crashes in New Jersey. The “Be Street Smart NJ” […]

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New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) receivesTransforming Clinical Practice Initiative Award

6. October 2015

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The New Jersey Innovation Institute is one of 39 health care collaborative networks selected to participate in the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative, announced today by Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell. NJII will receive up to $49.6 million to provide technical assistance support to help equip clinicians in the New Jersey region with […]

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Community Activist recognized for dedicated services

31. August 2015

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This is a article provided by Trust5 for Public Land (TPL) website.  GlocallyNewark has worked personally with many programs and joint efforts with Donna Kirkland, to that end we share with her a warm congratulations, and provide this reprint to a well deserved Newark Leader. The Trust for Public Land met Donna Kirkland at a […]

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St Michael’s Medical Center File for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection

10. August 2015

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Today, St Michael Medical Center, has filed for bankruptcy protect through Chapter 11 status. Chapter 11 is a chapter of Title 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, which permits reorganization under the bankruptcy laws of the United States. Chapter 11 bankruptcy is available to every business, whether organized as a corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship, […]

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The economics of Race, a new book that yields context to a complex topic

25. June 2015

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How does Race play a role in the Economy? Now  there is a new book that attempts to quantify this, while yielding a better understanding as to  how economics is impacted by race.   Its author presented his publication last Wednesday at the newark library to a well attended discussion.  Columbia University Professor of Economics, […]

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Newark first Recycle community day

25. June 2015

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There are many good reasons to reduce, reuse and recycle. Everything we use has to come from somewhere and must go somewhere once we’re finished with it.  The environmental cost of an item isn’t just a reflection of what’s needed to make it. It also reflects the energy used in the item’s production and the […]

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