Cities from New England to Washington, D.C., could set or tie daily heat records on Thursday.
The city is not exactly known for its state-of-the-art airports. That should change by 2030.
Lionsgate Newark will include six large soundstages. It’s being built on the site of one of New Jersey’s first public housing projects.
Long devoted to the subject of Black girlhood, now the focus of two new exhibitions, Deborah Roberts reflects on what has changed and what hasn’t when it comes to self-representation, play and power.
Some civil rights leaders have grown frustrated with the lack of action behind administration proposals that would help Black and Latino communities.
Chicago teachers have voted to go remote. Other unions are agitating for change. For Democrats, who promised to keep schools open, the tensions are a distinctly unwelcome development.
Readers react to a guest essay that was critical of the remake of the movie. Also: Newark’s homeless; helping grieving children
Newark, New Jersey’s largest city, is working on an ordinance that would restrict the practice of feeding homeless people who live on the street.
Scholars have never accepted the official explanation for the murder. That is unlikely to change.
A New Jersey woman was preyed upon by a fast-growing extremist group that claims its members are sovereign Moors, not bound by U.S. laws.
The shift away from high-volume centers is an acknowledgment of the harder road ahead: a highly targeted push, akin to get-out-the-vote efforts, to persuade the reluctant to get shots.
The author of “Goodbye, Columbus” and “The Human Stain” left several thousand books, many of them with notes or letters, to the Newark Public Library. The collection will soon open to the public.
Source of Knowledge has been a Newark mainstay for decades. It survived the past year thanks to the generosity of its customers and an owner who provides more than just books.
The woman, 77, said she had fallen asleep in the vehicle, where she was living, then spent most of the week waiting for help.
Neighborhoods in Newark are beginning to see a flurry of redevelopment, a decade after the city’s downtown gained vogue.
After nearly one in five residents who were tested over three days last week were found to have the coronavirus, Newark announced a set of strict new rules.
Newark required nonessential businesses to close indoor operations beginning at 8 p.m. on Tuesday. Salons may open by appointment only.
For years, attendance rates have dropped and congregations have closed nationwide. But many reused religious spaces are still sanctuaries.
Laid low by the coronavirus crisis, the city’s artists were then raised on the energy of protests. They have been on the front lines all the while.
Newark, New Jersey’s largest city, made no arrests and reported only minimal property damage during a weekend march.
There were 1,300 direct flights to 17 cities before President Trump’s travel restrictions. Since then, nearly 40,000 Americans and other authorized travelers have made the trip, some this past week and many with spotty screening.