Newark Tech Week returns October 18th, during which the city will be celebrating their growth, innovation, and culture.
The City of Newark has partnered with other organizations and agencies to open a shelter and bring the homeless inside out of the cold. This is the first report in an exclusive Jersey Digs series focusing on homelessness across the state.
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.
His one-man journey is now the focus of this sixth book, "Walking the Newark Branch," which recently debuted alongside a documentary.
Not far from Newark Penn Station, a 48-unit building could be constructed.
Just announced this week, the GRAMMY Museum Experience is set to open their first East Coast location this fall on the ground floor of the Prudential Center in Downtown Newark. The new museum could bring thousands of tourists annually to the city.
A property near one of Downtown Newark’s two major train stations has been vacant for decades. Now, a developer has filed plans to construct a 255-unit project with retail space, an art gallery, and pocket parks.
The project around the old Ballantine Brewery site in Newark’s Ironbound section would contain 280 apartments and more.
BURG, the popular burger restaurant in Newark's Military Park, reopens for its first full season with a slew of new menu items.
Apartments, office space, and space for GlassRoots could come to the old St. Michael’s Hospital in Newark. The proposal goes before the board Thursday, March 15.