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Demolition is continuing at the site of a future Main Street hotel. The building that once housed Abbott's Shoe Repair is gone, and crews have... [Read More]
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Cookie Walk: Friday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 200 Marrows Road. Cookies, soup and sandwiches will be available for purchase.... [Read More]
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This week's Out of the Attic item is a 1987 photo of children crossing the road in front of Downes Elementary School. It depicts crossing... [Read More]
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Eleven tractor-trailers rolled into the parking lot of Glasgow High School on Thursday morning as they made the journey from Maine to Virginia to deliver... [Read More]
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Police have identified a Newark woman who was struck and killed by a car east of the city on Tuesday night. [Read More]
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A new restaurant and bar promising authentic Mexican food will open on South Main Street next month. [Read More]
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Injuries are a part of any sports season. However, rarely do they affect the majority of a team for an extended period of time. [Read More]
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Christina School District Superintendent Richard Gregg will step down at the end of the school year, district officials announced Tuesday. [Read More]
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Bing's Bakery, one of Newark's oldest businesses, now has a second location in town. [Read More]
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Mayor Jerry Clifton is soliciting nominations for an annual youth service award program. [Read More]
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When the Newark Arts Alliance announced its inaugural gingerbread house contest earlier this fall, Joseph Daigle immediately got to work planning his scale-model of Frank... [Read More]
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Santa Claus came to town this weekend as Newark marked the unofficial start of the Christmas season. The fun kicked off with the annual Winterfest... [Read More]
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A drug dealer will spend the next two decades in prison after a federal court held him responsible for the overdose death of a Newark... [Read More]
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Newark High's 2018-19 basketball season ended in gut-wrenching fashion in the first round of the state tournament. [Read More]
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