NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The mayor of New Jersey's largest city announced expanded police patrols Monday and other measures aimed at reducing violence after a holiday weekend in which 11 shootings killed three people and wounded several others.
Protests will be taking place in a number of large cities across the nation, demanding justice in the wake of the decision handed down in the shooting death of 18 year old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
From military skill-related jobs to the availability of Veterans Affairs health facilities, Newark ranks dead last when it comes to providing services for veterans, according to the 2014 Best and Worst Cities for Veterans by WalletHub.com.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Two of Newark's most blighted and crime-plagued neighborhoods will be the focus of a concentrated effort by multiple agencies in a pilot program announced Monday by Mayor Ras Baraka.
A day after hundreds of parents were turned away from registering their children for school, the mayor of New Jersey's largest city said Friday that he is deeply concerned about the state-controlled district's new enrollment procedures.
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