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Newark Beer Festival draws in the c...

Newark Beer Festival draws in the crowds

The taste of real ale reached Riverside Park as crowds flocked to the 20th Newark Beer Festival.
Tony Joynes resigns from Newark Tow...

Tony Joynes resigns from Newark Town role

Newark Town manager Tony Joynes has resigned from his role, the club has confirmed.
Dad overcomes heartbreak to become ...

Dad overcomes heartbreak to become top video games reviewer

A father-of-three has overcome personal tragedy to write for some of the country?s leading computer games websites.
Newark Spar fuel theft: Police want...

Newark Spar fuel theft: Police want to speak to man

Police want to speak to a man about the theft of around £500 worth of fuel at the Spar petrol station on Farndon Road, Newark.
Mousetrap reveals a murderer in the...

Mousetrap reveals a murderer in the midst

Record-breaking stage show The Mousetrap starts a week-long stay at the Palace Theatre, Newark, on Monday, June 1.
Triathlete Olivia Mathias aims for ...

Triathlete Olivia Mathias aims for European championship place

A budding triathlon star is hopeful of securing a place at the European Junior Triathlon Championships after a successful weekend.

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Threats at Newark airport after fig...

Threats at Newark airport after fighter jets escort plane to JFK, report says

NEWARK - Authorities are investigating two threats against planes coming into Newark Liberty International Airport Monday, the same day fighter jets scrambled to escort an Air France plane into John F. Kennedy International Airport, the New York Post reports . Citing unnamed law enforcement sources, the Post reported a Delta flight coming into Newark was investigated because of a tip about chemical weapons on board.

a N.J. congressman's fight to make ...

a N.J. congressman's fight to make the international skies friendlier for U.S. airlines

WASHINGTON - Every day, 84 United Airlines flights take off from Newark Liberty International Airport for countries in Europe, Asia and other international destinations. Some of those routes could face what United considers unfair competition from United Arab Emirates-based Emirates and Ethaid Airways and Qatar Airways under "open skies" agreements that let U.S. and foreign airlines fly to each other's countries without restrictions.

Glimpse of History: Veterans rememb...

Glimpse of History: Veterans remembered in Newark

According to information available from the Newark Public Library, the statue commemorated the American soldiers who fought in the Spanish-American War, the Boxer Rebellion and the Philippine-American War. A July 1999 article in The Star-Ledger by Charles Cummings reported on the memorial's unfortunate fate.

Arrests made in connection to Veron...

Arrests made in connection to Verona burglaries

The arrests came as the result of an investigation by the Essex County Prosecutor's Office, according to Verona Police Capt. Mitchell Stern.

Nobel-winning mathematician John Na...

Nobel-winning mathematician John Nash, wife, portrayed in 'A Beautiful Mind,' die in Turnpike crash

John Forbes Nash Jr., a mathematical genius whose struggle with schizophrenia was chronicled in the 2001 movie "A Beautiful Mind," has died along with his wife in a car crash on the New Jersey Turnpike. He was 86. Nash and Alicia Nash, 82, of Princeton Township, were killed in a taxi crash Saturday, state police said.

Three arrested in fire at Marietta ...

Three arrested in fire at Marietta home

Police say Stephen Albert, Troy Johnson and Seth Lawrence purchased a gallon of gasoline and a gallon of gas and placed the items on the front porch, setting the house on fire. Six people were inside the home at the time, but all were able to escape safely.

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New Communication System, Tested at...

New Communication System, Tested at Newark Airport, Could Ease Takeoff Delays

With a new electronic-messaging system, pilots can receive a revised route from the control tower more quickly.
One Killed in Shooting After Motorc...

One Killed in Shooting After Motorcycle Blessing in Newark

New Jersey authorities said one person is dead and at least three are wounded after a shooting during an annual Mother?s Day motorcycle blessing event.
Wolverine at Newark Airport Is an U...

Wolverine at Newark Airport Is an Uneasy Rider

Authorities at Newark Liberty International Airport had to find an intact cage for a 40-pound wolverine being shipped from Norway to Alaska that apparently chewed through its original enclosure.
In Newark, a Vertical Indoor Farm H...

In Newark, a Vertical Indoor Farm Helps Anchor an Area?s Revival

AeroFarms, which produces vegetables and herbs indoors, is transforming an old steel factory into a $39 million, 69,000-square-foot complex in the Ironbound section.
Newark Valentine?s Day Homesteaders...

Newark Valentine?s Day Homesteaders Face Financing Challenge

Newark?s offer of $1000 vacant lots came with a commitment to build and live on the land. But finding construction financing can be difficult.
American Cup Headed to Newark

American Cup Headed to Newark

The 2016 American Cup will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark. The invitational is considered the kickoff of the run-up to the Olympic Games.

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New Communication System, Tested at...

New Communication System, Tested at Newark Airport, Could Ease Takeoff Delays

With a new electronic-messaging system, pilots can receive a revised route from the control tower more quickly.
One Killed in Shooting After Motorc...

One Killed in Shooting After Motorcycle Blessing in Newark

New Jersey authorities said one person is dead and at least three are wounded after a shooting during an annual Mother?s Day motorcycle blessing event.
Wolverine at Newark Airport Is an U...

Wolverine at Newark Airport Is an Uneasy Rider

Authorities at Newark Liberty International Airport had to find an intact cage for a 40-pound wolverine being shipped from Norway to Alaska that apparently chewed through its original enclosure.
In Newark, a Vertical Indoor Farm H...

In Newark, a Vertical Indoor Farm Helps Anchor an Area?s Revival

AeroFarms, which produces vegetables and herbs indoors, is transforming an old steel factory into a $39 million, 69,000-square-foot complex in the Ironbound section.
Newark Valentine?s Day Homesteaders...

Newark Valentine?s Day Homesteaders Face Financing Challenge

Newark?s offer of $1000 vacant lots came with a commitment to build and live on the land. But finding construction financing can be difficult.
American Cup Headed to Newark

American Cup Headed to Newark

The 2016 American Cup will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark. The invitational is considered the kickoff of the run-up to the Olympic Games.

Blog.nj.com

Wounded Warriors play the way they ...

Wounded Warriors play the way they fought -- hard | Di Ionno

Patient in N.J. dies of Lassa Fever...

Patient in N.J. dies of Lassa Fever, says CDC

Jersey City Vietnam veterans honore...

Jersey City Vietnam veterans honored at Pershing Park

The most enduring images of Memoria...

The most enduring images of Memorial Day 2015 (PHOTOS)

Man hospitalized after assault in H...

Man hospitalized after assault in Hoboken McDonald's, police say

20-year-old killed in New Providenc...

20-year-old killed in New Providence crash was aspiring writer, talented musician

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