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Mortgage fraud charges ensnare developer of Newark's new DPW garage

October 22, 2017

A real estate investor who is building Newark's new Department of Public Works garage was arrested along with three others on federal charges of using “straw buyers” to fraudulently obtain mortgage loans from a bank.

Victor Santos, 57, of Wachtung, was charged by federal law enforcement authorities with conspiracy to commit bank fraud. Also charged in the scheme were Arsenio ...

Newark civic leaders slam Guadagno's anti-Murphy TV attack ad

October 13, 2017

A group of notable Newark leaders spoke out as one to protest the release by the campaign of Republican gubernatorial candidate Kim Guadagno of a highly negative attack ad slamming Phil Murphy, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate.

Across the board, all of these major city players, including a pastor and prominent politicians, called out Guadagno, who has served as Gov. Chris Christie's ...

Rutgers Alumni Announce Creation of Political Action Committee to Support University

October 3, 2017

Rutgers Alumni Announce Creation of Political Action Committee to Support University

“Scarlet PAC” Co-Chaired by Mike DuHaime and Maggie Moran; Comprise Distinguished Alumni Across Diverse Business Sectors

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – October 3, 2017 – As the general election season heats up, with candidates vying for Governor and the 120 seats in the state Legislature, a ...

Using My Words to Fight on Behalf of My Family and Public Charter School

October 16, 2017

On Tuesday, October 17, the New Jersey Charter School Association will be holding its annual conference, bringing public charter school leaders from across the state to Newark. One of the school represented will be the Paul Robeson Charter School located in Trenton, New Jersey.  The following op-ed was written by a Latifah Austin, a parent born and raised in Newark, who now lives in Trenton.