Former Mob Boss’ House to be Auctioned

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Head over to Fort Lee next month for the auction of a house with a colorful history of owners that was originally built by Albert Anastasia head of the notorious Murder, Inc. crime organization.
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Keansburg Is a Bargain Beach Town but Not for Long

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Once a popular summertime Shore destination for New Yorkers that suffered damage from hurricanes, Keansburg, New Jersey, is finally coming back to life.
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Spooky Historic House in Matawan Will Be Turned into Apartments

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After years of debate, a spooky looking Victorian home in Matawan will be turned into apartments, with the developer promising to preserve the exterior.
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Route 31 Bus Service to Livingston and Maplewood Could End January 1st

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The bus service has been operating from Newark Penn Station to the suburbs for decades but a new proposal could cut off service to Livingston and Maplewood.
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Residents of Newark’s Forest Hill Work to Remember Neighborhood’s History

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Two Newark organizations and the Newark Public Library have collaborated to place signs on historic homes throughout the Forest Hill neighborhood in the North Ward.
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This Year’s Cherry Blossom Festival in Newark Celebrates the Park’s Designer’s 200th Birthday

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The visionary behind Manhattan's Central Park left hIs mark all over Newark. This spring, Branch Brook Park is hosting a series of events to celebrate his 200th anniversary.
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Thousands of 19th-Century Glass Plate Negatives Are Being Digitized in Paterson

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A collection of historical photos not seen in almost 40 years is being digitized by the Paterson Museum. 
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Century-Old Book Solves Mystery of Lost Freemason Artifacts in Orange

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A century-old collection of freemason artifacts was lost when the historic Masonic Temple in Orange burned down two months ago.
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As Anti-Racism Protests Sweep the Nation, Italians Stand Their Ground on Columbus Issue

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In Newark, onlookers in the dark hours of the morning, watched a century-old statue of Christopher Columbus removed from a plinth at the mayor’s orders. The city’s last statue of Columbus is still standing in the North Ward, but many believe it is only a matter of time before the 15th-century explorer tastes the waters of the Passaic River.
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The Ghosts of Newark: More of Newark’s Fading Ads

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Part two of our series looking at the history behind some more of Newark’s notable fading signs.

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