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Yet another downtown Newark restaurant has fallen victim to the coronavirus pandemic and the economic downturn. [Read More]
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Over the last two weeks, the kids at Camp Imagine completed all sorts of art projects, took dance lessons and participated in improv theater. [Read More]
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The Christina School District has yet to announce its plans for the fall, but Superintendent Dan Shelton hinted in a letter to parents that the... [Read More]
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After a legal threat from the Newark restaurant community, a proposal to limit bar seating was not mentioned by city council Thursday night. [Read More]
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Newark's two new council members were sworn in Thursday during a socially distanced meeting at city hall. [Read More]
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For years, Lowell Silverman passed by the war memorial on Newark's Academy Lawn and never gave a second thought to the names engraved on the... [Read More]
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An intoxicated man who led police on a high-speed chase through Newark early Thursday morning is facing numerous charges after officers discovered a gun and... [Read More]
A group of Newark restaurants are threatening to sue if city council proceeds with a proposal to limit capacity at bars – legislation that Mayor... [Read More]
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Click here to view this article from newarkpostonline.com. [Read More]
The Newark Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor another outdoor beer garden this week. [Read More]
Tropical Storm Isaias moved through the Newark area Tuesday, closing roads, flooding backyards and forcing officials to evacuate a South College Avenue motel. [Read More]
More than 4.5 inches of rain fell in Newark as Tropical Storm Isaias moved through the area, causing flooding and closing roads around the city. [Read More]
More than 4 inches of rain has fallen in Newark as Tropical Storm Isaias continues to move through the area. [Read More]
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