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NJ Real Estate Company Begins Individual Holiday Toy Deliveries to Hundreds...

ProudLiving Companies, a New Jersey-based real estate company with a mission of long-term neighborhood revitalization, is partnering with the East Orange Housing Authority (EOHA) and Sierra House for its...

Flemington, NJ Plans Vibrant, Walkable Downtown Core with Help of $100K...

The historic Borough of Flemington, NJ, the seat of Hunterdon County, announced it has hired global downtown development experts, Stantec, to reinvent its downtown...

Grammy-Winning Super-Producer, Jerry ‘Wonda,’ Joins Board of Newark Symphony Hall

Newark Symphony Hall, one of New Jersey’s largest arts and entertainment venues, today announced that Newark Mayor Ras Baraka has appointed Grammy-winning record producer,...

NJ Offers Free Support for Retailers Shifting to Online Sales this...

The New Jersey Business Action Center (NJBAC), in partnership with New Jersey’s Small Business Development Centers (NJSBDC), will offer free tools and resources to help retail businesses...

Newark Symphony Hall’s Taneshia N. Laird Named to Nat’l. Board Tasked...

Newark Symphony Hall (NSH), one of New Jersey’s oldest and largest arts and entertainment venues, announced the appointment of Taneshia Nash Laird, its president...

‘Schools That Can’ Launches 5th Annual Design Challenge for Middle School...

NEWARK, NJ - In a first-of-its-kind virtual initiative, Schools That Can (STC), a nonprofit organization that aims to close the opportunity and skills gap...

Raymond’s Serves up Classic American Dishes in Ridgewood

Today I’m headed to Bergen County to Raymond’s in Ridgewood. Raymond’s is an adorable vintage diner known for their legendary breakfasts and classic American...

NJ Nonprofit Holds Online Auction to Support COVID-19 Initiatives

Isaiah House, a 100-bed transitional shelter in East Orange, N.J., is hosting an online auction from noon on Tuesday, Oct. 13 to Saturday, Oct....

Newark Nonprofit Launches COVID-19 Relief Initiatives for NJ Families

As the battle against COVID-19 rages on, the number of food-insecure people in Essex County, NJ, may rise to a staggering 17.4% by year’s...

Hunter College’s Human Rights Scholar, Teng Biao, Takes Part in China...

Some of the world’s leading democracy and human rights experts will gather virtually to discuss prospects for China’s democracy movement on Wednesday, July 29,...