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NHS petition attracts over 1,000 si...

NHS petition attracts over 1,000 signatures in Newark

More than 1,000 signatures were collected from shoppers in Newark Market Place on Saturday morning in support of the NHS.
Overnight snow forecast for Newark

Overnight snow forecast for Newark

Snow is forecast to fall overnight in Newark.
Milkman leaping into retirement aft...

Milkman leaping into retirement after 50 years in the job

A milkman is looking forward to a lie-in after delivering his final pint at the end of a 50-year career.
National Civil War Centre in Newark...

National Civil War Centre in Newark remains on target for May launch

The man bringing the National Civil War Centre to Newark says work is progressing well and he expects the museum to open on schedule.
Appeal to find missing 15-year-old ...

Appeal to find missing 15-year-old from West Bridgford

Police are appealing for information after a 15-year-old girl from West Bridgford went missing.
Nottinghamshire mobile speed camera...

Nottinghamshire mobile speed camera locations: Week beginning March 2

The list of mobile speed camera locations in Nottinghamshire for this week has been released.

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New sentence ordered for N.J. man s...

New sentence ordered for N.J. man serving 55 years for fatal stabbing at Newark liquor store

NEWARK - A state appeals court today upheld the murder conviction of a man for a 2011 stabbing at a Newark liquor store, but the judges vacated his 55-year prison term and ordered that he receive a new sentence. Jamar Holmes, 34, formerly of West Orange, had sought to reverse his 2012 conviction, based in part on his claim that a prosecutor committed misconduct by making certain statements during the trial.

Rutgers receives $5M in donations i...

Rutgers receives $5M in donations in remembrance of professor Clement Price

Honorary degree recipient Clement Price participates in Essex County College's commencement in Newark in this file photo. Price died Nov. 5. (Patti Sapone NEWARK - The unexpected death of historian Clement Price, one of Rutgers-Newark's most beloved professors, has led to a flood of donations to the state university in his memory, school officials said.

Glimpse of History: Dire days and n...

Glimpse of History: Dire days and nights in Newark

NEWARK - A woman walks past National Guard troops and State Police officers during the riots in Newark that took place from July 12-17, 1967. According to contemporary reports and articles published in the Star-Ledger marking the anniversary of the events, a total of 26 people died in the disturbances that took place during what is often referred to as "the long, hot summer of 1967."

Putting together the pieces of auti...

Putting together the pieces of autism

While the cause of autism remains a mystery researchers at the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark are continuing to try and figure out why the Garden State's rate has increased over the past decade and remains the highest in the nation. One in 45 children in New Jersey is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, compared to one in 68 nationally, according to federal statistics compiled in 2010 and unveiled last spring.

Correction: Student Stabbed story

Correction: Student Stabbed story

In a story Feb. 28 about a fight between two teenagers in Newark, The Associated Press, relying on information from city police, reported erroneously the location of the fight. It occurred outside a middle school, not at a high school.

Patricia Pierce: Stolen Picasso Pai...

Patricia Pierce: Stolen Picasso Painting Has a Happy Ending

Islamic State militants in Mosul, Iraq, smashed ancient statues with sledgehammers this month, hell-bent on destroying what they call non-Islamic ideas, and as the world watched ISIS' rampage videos in horror, Iraqi civilization and the culture of a people were being obliterated. Perhaps that is why a relatively minor stolen oil painting by Pablo Picasso received international hoopla from the press after New Jersey custom agents discovered it in a small Federal Express Christmas package labeled as an "art craft/toy."

The New York Times

Stolen Picasso Work Is Seized in Ne...

Stolen Picasso Work Is Seized in Newark

?La Coiffeuse,? or ?The Hairdresser,? had been missing from Paris for more than a decade. It resurfaced in December in a FedEx shipment from Belgium.
For Enterprising Few, a Humble Patc...

For Enterprising Few, a Humble Patch of Newark to Build a Dream On

The sale of $1,000 lots drew a line of buyers from all five wards of Newark, all five boroughs of New York and at least five continents.
N.J.I.T. Will Get an Arena, but It ...

N.J.I.T. Will Get an Arena, but It Still Needs a Home

N.J.I.T., the only independent Division I college in the country, announced Thursday that it would break ground on a new, long-awaited $100 million multipurpose athletic facility this summer.
In Northeast, a Winter to Forget

In Northeast, a Winter to Forget

Once again, snowstorms concentrated in the Northeast resulted in canceled flights and stranded travelers, costing airlines and passengers millions of dollars.
In Newark, a Youth Hockey Explosion...

In Newark, a Youth Hockey Explosion on the Ice

Many children in Newark do not have the prototypical background of a hockey player, but the sport, once seen as inaccessible, is catching on among the boys and the girls.
Disciplining Police Officers

Disciplining Police Officers

The executive director of the A.C.L.U. of New Jersey says review boards that address misconduct should have the power to impose punishments.

nytimes.com newjersey/newark

Stolen Picasso Work Is Seized in Ne...

Stolen Picasso Work Is Seized in Newark

?La Coiffeuse,? or ?The Hairdresser,? had been missing from Paris for more than a decade. It resurfaced in December in a FedEx shipment from Belgium.
For Enterprising Few, a Humble Patc...

For Enterprising Few, a Humble Patch of Newark to Build a Dream On

The sale of $1,000 lots drew a line of buyers from all five wards of Newark, all five boroughs of New York and at least five continents.
N.J.I.T. Will Get an Arena, but It ...

N.J.I.T. Will Get an Arena, but It Still Needs a Home

N.J.I.T., the only independent Division I college in the country, announced Thursday that it would break ground on a new, long-awaited $100 million multipurpose athletic facility this summer.
In Northeast, a Winter to Forget

In Northeast, a Winter to Forget

Once again, snowstorms concentrated in the Northeast resulted in canceled flights and stranded travelers, costing airlines and passengers millions of dollars.
In Newark, a Youth Hockey Explosion...

In Newark, a Youth Hockey Explosion on the Ice

Many children in Newark do not have the prototypical background of a hockey player, but the sport, once seen as inaccessible, is catching on among the boys and the girls.
Disciplining Police Officers

Disciplining Police Officers

The executive director of the A.C.L.U. of New Jersey says review boards that address misconduct should have the power to impose punishments.

Blog.nj.com

Gas prices are rising despite ample...

Gas prices are rising despite ample supply, and here's why

Jersey City man with 29 prior arres...

Jersey City man with 29 prior arrests charged with string of bike thefts

South Plainfield High School teache...

South Plainfield High School teacher arrested for sexually assaulting 15-year-old

Vineland firefighters close down Ma...

Vineland firefighters close down Main Road for fire response

Firefighter describes 'fireball' at...

Firefighter describes 'fireball' at N.J. gas explosion

Hudson County Science Fair judges i...

Hudson County Science Fair judges impressed by caliber of projects

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