NEWARK — Newark’s controversial stop-and-frisk program continues to disproportionately target blacks, according to recent data, leading critics to say the practice is likely to be the focus of a federal monitor that is expected to be appointed. 570 more words
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Chicago, Illinois is the third most populous city in the United States, after New York City and Los Angeles with 2.7 million people. Also, Chicago first city in the history of the United States that has been capable of producing an African American president (or half African American depending on your perspective). 198 more words
Originally written August 31, 2013.
Welcome to Saturday night, loyal readers! Enjoying your holiday weekend? Let’s make it a little better by remembering the songs you may have heard on the radio during a Labor Day weekend past.
Originally written July 30, 2013.
Good Friday night, loyal readers, and welcome to Top 10 Flashback! This week, we’re going with a little more, um, recent time than we have lately as we look at the biggest hits from 30 years ago this week.
Police arrested a teacher’s aide for physically assaulting a 10-year-old at the 13th Avenue School in Newark.
Reginald K. Dock, 46, of Newark, has been accused of assaulting a special needs student with a leather belt after the student became upset over a test. 87 more words