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Bramley Apple Festival this weekend

Bramley Apple Festival this weekend

A bumper crop of activities is planned for this year?s Bramley Apple Festival in Southwell.
Circumstances surrounding 'missed o...

Circumstances surrounding 'missed opportunities' to treat John Mallalieu from Caunton following a stroke were unprecedented says Notts coroner at conclusion of inquest into his death

The circumstances surrounding the death of a pensioner who suffered a stroke were described as unprecedented at the conclusion of his inquest today.
Pollyanna Pickering to speak at New...

Pollyanna Pickering to speak at Newark Wildlife Trust event

INTERNATIONALLY-ACCLAIMED wildlife artist Pollyanna Pickering will be in Farndon to describe how she faced temperatures of -60 to paint Amur Tigers in Siberia.
Extra trips organised to visit Newa...

Extra trips organised to visit Newark MP Robert Jenrick in Parliament

A visit to Parliament for Balderton residents organised by the MP for Newark proved so popular that extra trips have been organised.
Chris Walker finished sixth in Brit...

Chris Walker finished sixth in British Superbike Championships

NEWARK racer Chris Walker finished the 2014 British Superbike Championships in an impressive sixth place, despite suffering clutch problems that held him back during the final Showdown event at Brands Hatch.
New date for decision on controvers...

New date for decision on controversial Bilsthorpe energy centre

A controversial planning application for a new energy centre in Bilsthorpe will now be debated on November 18.

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Judge allows E. Newark referendum o...

Judge allows E. Newark referendum on where kids should go to school

A Hudson County Superior Court judge has upheld East Newark's right to place a non-binding referendum on the Nov. 4 ballot asking voters whether the borough's students should attend high school in Harrison or Kearny. Judge Peter Bariso Jr. ruled earlier this week that the borough's elected officials have the right to initiate the referendum, since the borough has an appointed school board and Mayor Joseph R. Smith, along with two council members, comprise 60 percent of East Newark's Board of School Estimate, according to Smith.

Newark man pleads not guilty in tri...

Newark man pleads not guilty in triple murder on Christmas day at Irvington strip club

NEWARK - Shakirah Daniel said she tried to avoid looking at the man accused of fatally shooting her husband and two other men at an Irvington strip club on Christmas day last year. Sitting in a Newark courtroom today, Daniel and other members of the victims' families watched as Anthony Field pleaded not guilty to charges related to the triple murder.

Tax trial for 'The Situation' set f...

Tax trial for 'The Situation' set for December

A judge has scheduled a December trial for a former cast member of MTV's reality show "Jersey Shore" who's facing federal tax charges. Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and his brother, Marc, appeared in court Thursday in Newark, New Jersey.

'The Situation' to appear in court ...

'The Situation' to appear in court on tax charges

A former cast member of MTV's reality show "Jersey Shore" is due back in court to face federal tax charges. They were charged last month with filing bogus tax returns and inflating business expenses to avoid paying taxes on nearly $9 million in income over a three-year period.

NY court backs EMI over Duke Elling...

NY court backs EMI over Duke Ellington royalties

New York's highest court has refused to reinstate the lawsuit by Duke Ellington's heirs against music publisher EMI. The heirs have been seeking half the royalties from foreign sales of his music.

New trial denied in Newark schoolya...

New trial denied in Newark schoolyard slayings

A judge has rejected an attempt by a man to overturn his conviction of killing three friends in a Newark, New Jersey, schoolyard. Jose Carranza claimed he was an innocent bystander on the night of the 2007 shooting.

The New York Times

A New Start for Newark Schools

A New Start for Newark Schools

State control of public education has failed. Put our citizens back in charge.
The Tao of Oprah

The Tao of Oprah

At every stop on Oprah Winfrey’s “The Life You Want Weekend” tour, streams of people are finding inspiration, exercise and plenty of promotions.
Poetry Takes the Stage, No Rehearsa...

Poetry Takes the Stage, No Rehearsal Required

From Oct. 23 through 26, Newark is to play host to a biennial event that this year will feature 120 readings, panel discussions, Q. and A. sessions and former poet laureates Rita Dove, Robert Pinsky and Billy Collins.
Airline Passenger Does Not Have Ebo...

Airline Passenger Does Not Have Ebola Virus, Hospital Officials in New Jersey Say

A man who vomited while on a flight from Brussels to Newark, N.J., on Saturday was taken to a hospital to be tested for the deadly virus.
A Nun From New Jersey Is on a Path ...

A Nun From New Jersey Is on a Path to Sainthood

Sister Miriam Teresa Demjanovich, who died in 1927, will be honored by the Roman Catholic Church at a Mass in Newark, N.J., a step on the path to sainthood.
Teresa Giudice and Husband, of ?Rea...

Teresa Giudice and Husband, of ?Real Housewives,? Are Sentenced to Prison

Teresa and Giuseppe Giudice, known as Joe, were sentenced to prison on Thursday in Federal District Court in New Jersey on conspiracy and bankruptcy fraud charges.

nytimes.com newjersey/newark

A New Start for Newark Schools

A New Start for Newark Schools

State control of public education has failed. Put our citizens back in charge.
The Tao of Oprah

The Tao of Oprah

At every stop on Oprah Winfrey’s “The Life You Want Weekend” tour, streams of people are finding inspiration, exercise and plenty of promotions.
Poetry Takes the Stage, No Rehearsa...

Poetry Takes the Stage, No Rehearsal Required

From Oct. 23 through 26, Newark is to play host to a biennial event that this year will feature 120 readings, panel discussions, Q. and A. sessions and former poet laureates Rita Dove, Robert Pinsky and Billy Collins.
Airline Passenger Does Not Have Ebo...

Airline Passenger Does Not Have Ebola Virus, Hospital Officials in New Jersey Say

A man who vomited while on a flight from Brussels to Newark, N.J., on Saturday was taken to a hospital to be tested for the deadly virus.
A Nun From New Jersey Is on a Path ...

A Nun From New Jersey Is on a Path to Sainthood

Sister Miriam Teresa Demjanovich, who died in 1927, will be honored by the Roman Catholic Church at a Mass in Newark, N.J., a step on the path to sainthood.
Teresa Giudice and Husband, of ?Rea...

Teresa Giudice and Husband, of ?Real Housewives,? Are Sentenced to Prison

Teresa and Giuseppe Giudice, known as Joe, were sentenced to prison on Thursday in Federal District Court in New Jersey on conspiracy and bankruptcy fraud charges.

Blog.nj.com

Cory Booker's 2014 N.J. Senate camp...

Cory Booker's 2014 N.J. Senate campaign looks nothing like his 2013 campaign

Radio host, who cited 'domestic ter...

Radio host, who cited 'domestic terrorism,' to emcee concert for slain Livingston teen Brendan Tevlin

Montville Township High School on l...

Montville Township High School on lockdown Friday morning

NJ State Police respond to Route 55...

NJ State Police respond to Route 55 traffic accident in Millville

Franklinville man accused of scammi...

Franklinville man accused of scamming schools arrested again

Mega Million jackpot ascends to $22...

Mega Million jackpot ascends to $224M; Powerball worth $125M

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