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Three Newark leaders in education and opportunity will be honored at Greater Newark Conservancy's City Bloom Luncheon benefiting the Newark Youth Leadership Project.
Newark businesses and residents can bring their electronic waste to be collected and properly disposed of at a free event at Peter Francisco Park in Newark's Ironbound District.
Greater Newark Conservancy's Beds & Breakfast seminar gave local community gardeners a chance to prepare for the new planting season.
Mount Prospect Avenue in Newark's North Ward was the place to be for a great holiday celebration.
Wells Fargo continues to help Newark's Mount Prospect Partnership improve quality of life for local residents and businesses.
Everyone from local residents and organizations, to business owners and community representatives, support a permanent home for culture and the arts in the Ironbound.
Mount Prospect Partnership's Clean and Green Team contributes to a clean, safe, and welcoming community in Newark's North Ward.
Vinhas Jewelers, a longtime Ironbound business, is using a facade improvement grant from the Newark UEZ to renovate both the interior and exterior of its new home on Ferry Street.
An expanding Neighborhood Block Watch Program is helping keep the Ironbound District a safe and welcoming place for the people who live and work there, and the popular area's many visitors.
Newark's North Ward community comes together for a Spring Planting and District Clean Up Event.
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