Bernel Hall, and Invest Newark, are doing what they can do help the Newark community. Hall is is encouraging business to open, and do more in Newark, which in turns helps the people of Newark.
There is much more involved with house flipping than what meets the eye. This is a great read for anything interested.
Local IT freelancer, and photography hobbiest, Donell Woodson, travels around Newark during the pandemic and offers a beautiful look at the city.
In the 40s and 50s you could hop on a streetcar (trolley) and get around some New Jersey towns. Here is a look at those trolleys.
It’s great to see that among all the protests around the country, and how violent and destructive they got, that Newark stayed peaceful.
This former Newark elementary school was meant to be converted into apartments, but instead, it will be used for education once again. A charter school, in fact.
We are all for modernizing schools, but NJIT plans on rebuilding a bunch of its campus, which would destroy some of Newark’s most historic buildings.
A new plan has been passed for downtown Newark, called Transit Village. There is economic growth opportunity within the plan, creating offering new businesses a chance to strive near easily accessible locations.
Mayor Ras Baraka is worried about thousands of businesses, including many in Newark, who are likely to close because of missing pieces from the government.
It’s amazing that over 650 families have new kitchens, bedrooms, living spaces, and a computer center.
Bada Bean Cawfee is inspired by the hit TV show, The Sopranos and is opening in 4 locations around NJ. One of which is in Newark. We can’t wait to try it!
We love seeing large companies which a local headquarters do good things for local residents.