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  • He's dealing with a very difficult situation, Stewart said, referring to Newark's financial woes.

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  • Mr. Christie has given no indication he is ready to cede control of Newark's educational system.

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  • The new spending guide shows Newark's spending at nearly $23,000 per student, up from about $17,600 under previous estimates.

    Christie Alters Schools Math

  • Instead of taking place in New York, where Tyson was raised, for example, Da Brick will be set in Newark, N.J. the series name is a reference to Newark's nickname.

    HBO Developing Series Loosely Based on Mike Tyson's Life

  • He led rebuilding efforts in Lower Manhattan after the 2001 terrorist attacks and worked to revive Newark's economic base under Mayor Cory Booker.

    Conn. Schools Turn to Newark

  • George Frangias , owner of Andros Diner in Newark's North Ironbound section, said police told him to shut down, but he had a problem.

    N.J. Damages in 'Billions' As State Is Inundated

  • Newark's prominent Democratic mayor and a high-ranking New Jersey state Republican sent a joint letter on Tuesday addressed to leaders of both political parties pitching northern New Jersey as the site of a political convention in 2016.

    A 2016 Pitch for New Jersey

  • City and state officials will begin promoting the program at a news conference on Wednesday, including Mr. Booker, acting Education Commissioner Chris Cerf, the new Newark Superintendent Cami Anderson and Greg Taylor, the new CEO of the Foundation for Newark's Future, which is managing the gift.

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  • NBA scouting director Ryan Blake projects Faried as a first-round pick in this this year's draft—which, coincidentally, has been moved from its usual venue, Madison Square Garden, to Faried's hometown arena, Newark's Prudential Center.

    Could He Be the Next Rodman?

  • After an eight-month nationwide search, the state Board of Education will vote on Wednesday to approve Stefan Pryor , Newark's deputy mayor for economic development, as state education commissioner, said board chairman Allan Taylor .

    Conn. Schools Turn to Newark

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