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Mystery Developer Gets OK to Turn Historic Griffith Building Into Apartments

September 17, 2018

NEWARK, NJ - A mystery developer received approval from the city planning board to turn the historic Griffith building on Broad Street into modern apartments and ground floor retail space.

The building at 605-607 Broad St. was built in 1927 by the Griffith Piano Company and was used as a showroom, office tower and recital hall. Now, the building is slated for 60 studio apartments, 27 ...

Seton Hall University Student Dies After Falling From the Campus' Parking Deck

September 11, 2018

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - A Seton Hall University student died after falling from the campus' parking deck on Tuesday, according to a letter to the school community from the University's Interim President, Mary J. Meehan Tuesday afternoon.

The student was identified in a letter to the university community as Julian M. Mislavsky.

South Orange Police Officers responded to a ...

Rutgers Names Old Bridge Freshman as Starting QB

August 24, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers football has decided to go with a freshman over a red-shirt senior for the quarterback job. 

Artur Sitkowski will start as quarterback for the 2018 season opener against Texas State on Saturday, Sept. 1, before heading out to Ohio State to compete against one of the most talented defenses in college football.

As expected, Sitkowski beat ...

OPINION: Mayor Baraka, Oppose ICE in Washington and Also At Home

September 14, 2018

As the authors of a ThinkProgress article on Newark’s shortcomings as a sanctuary city that Mayor Ras J. Baraka recently lambasted as “yet another pathetic example of how some so-called progressives viciously attack each other rather than organizing and uniting to fight the real enemy in Washington,” we’d like to respond.

While we are sorry the mayor felt the need ...