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By HEATHER KAYSApril 25, 2018
Newark, NJ—Two groundbreaking ceremonies held Wednesday are the latest indication that Dr. Martin Luther Kind Boulevard is changing.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka told TAPinto Newark that while MLK Blvd. represents despair in other places, the City of Newark is fighting to change that perception.
“We’re developing MLK Blvd.,” Baraka said. “We’re trying to change ...