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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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COMMUNITY NEWS PICK-UPS BEGAN THIS MONDAY, OCTOBER 20 AND WILL RUN THROUGH WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31

28. October 2014

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   Leaf pick-ups are made throughout the City, between 6am and 3pm, except on weekends and holidays. The Department of Neighborhood and Recreational Services is giving the following tips to residents on removing leaves from your premises: • Whenever possible, store leaves in a backyard compost bin. This method is preferred to reduce waste at […]

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Newark Auction schedule for November 6th

20. October 2014

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In case you missed our October sale, here is another opportunity to purchase property from the City of Newark!  Attached, please find preliminary information for the City of Newark’s upcoming Public Real Estate Auction  CITY OF NEWARK Department of Economic and Housing Development Division of Housing and Real Estate PUBLIC REAL ESTATE AUCTION – THURSDAY, NOVEMBER […]

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Newark Puerto Rican Parade “Autentica” Newark style

29. September 2014

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      On Sunday, September 21, 23014, the City of Newark hosted the 53rd Annual Puerto Rican Statewide Heritage Parade and Festival. Hundreds of residents, business owners, civic and cultural organizations and community leaders marched up Mount Prospect to Bloomfield Avenue.  Miss Puerto Rico 2014, wave to the eager audience.. This year honored guest […]

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NJIT First Year Connections Service Day TODAY, Friday

29. August 2014

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Newark, NJ – On August 29, 2014, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., the largest NJIT incoming freshman will take to the streets of Newark for a Day of Service. Staff and student leaders will join well over 800 First Year students to engage in service projects throughout the city. Service Day is one […]

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Nasto’s Ice Cream Celebrates it 75 Anniversary Saturday

11. June 2014

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“I got Nasto’s!”, was a line from from HBO’s “The Sopranos”, the TV show which put Northern New Jersey on the map. But until recently, I had never actually been to Nasto’s itself, until I had dinner down the block from the ice cream parlor/warehouse at the mediterranean manor down the street on Jefferson St.  There […]

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The Hispanic America Chamber of Commerce presented is first celebration of Arecibo 500 years

11. June 2014

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While New York City had the Annual Puerto Rican Parade, Newark was producing its own historic celebration of the Island history.  ”Arecibo (ah-re-SEE-boh)  is the oldest village and has been continuously inhabited in our history and is the second oldest city in the Americas, after Santo Domingo in Dominican Republic,” said Felix Rosario, president of the […]

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New Jersey Jewish Museum in Newark? “Who Knew” Series exhibits “Jews in Cuba”

23. May 2014

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The Jewish Museum and Cultural Center at Ahavas Sholom  (formerly known as The Jewish Museum of New Jersey) was founded in 2003 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation in the State of New Jersey.  The Museum is located on 145 Broadway, in the neighborhood that at the turn of the 20th century was predominately Italian. Story […]

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M&M Development Harmony Square New Condo shows signs of a changing Newark Market Buyers Market

21. May 2014

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Their names are Maria Yglesias and Maria Del Mar Lopez, but to people in the industry, the dynamic duo and principles of Newark-based M & M Development are known simply as “The Marias”. Both immigrants from Spain, the Marias founded M & M in 1997 with the belief that a home is much more than […]

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Tribute honoring Roberto Clemente an Afro-Latino hero on his 41 anniversary

31. December 2013

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On Sunday at the Basilica Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Bishop Manuel Cruz gave prayers and reflections of a hero in the latino community by the name Roberto Clemente.  He described Clemente as “a man who day in and day out was not afraid to touch the wounded heart of Christ and the poverty and sorrow […]

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