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Newark, New Jersey

Newark is the largest city in the U.S. state of New Jersey, and the seat of Essex County. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city had a population of 277,140. It is the 67th largest city in the United States and one of the nation's major air, shipping, and rail hubs. Newark is located in the heart of New Jersey's Gateway Region, approximately 8 miles (13 km) west of the New York City borough of Manhattan.

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New York metropolitan area

The New York metropolitan area, also known as Greater New York, or the Tri-State area consists of New York City and the surrounding region. It is the most populous metropolitan area in the United States and is also one of the most populous in the world. It includes the largest city in the United States (New York City), the five largest cities in New Jersey and six of the seven largest cities in Connecticut. The total area of the metropolitan area is 11,842 sq mi (30,671 km).

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University of Delaware

The University of Delaware (colloquially "UD") is the largest university in Delaware. The main campus is in Newark, with satellite campuses in Dover, Wilmington, Lewes, and Georgetown. It is medium-sized – approximately 16,000 undergraduate and 3,500 graduate students. Although UD receives public funding for being a land-grant, sea-grant, space-grant and urban-grant state-supported research institution, it is also privately chartered.

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New Jersey Turnpike

The New Jersey Turnpike (shortened to NJTP and colloquially known to New Jerseyans as "the Turnpike") is a toll road in New Jersey, maintained by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. According to the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association, the Turnpike is the nation's sixth-busiest toll road and is among one of the most heavily traveled highways in the United States.

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The Star-Ledger

The Star-Ledger is the largest circulated newspaper in the U.S. state of New Jersey and is based in Newark. It is a sister paper to The Jersey Journal of Jersey City, The Times of Trenton and the Staten Island Advance, all of which are owned by Advance Publications. The Newark Star-Ledger's daily circulation is larger than the next two largest New Jersey newspapers combined and its Sunday circulation is larger than the next three papers combined.

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Newark Liberty International Airport

Newark Liberty International Airport, first named Newark Metropolitan Airport and later Newark International Airport, is an international airport which straddles the municipal boundary between Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States. The airport is owned by the city of Newark and operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. It is about 15 miles (24 km) southwest of Midtown Manhattan in New York City.

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Newark-on-Trent

Newark-on-Trent (generally shortened to Newark) is a market town in Nottinghamshire in the East Midlands region of England. It stands on the River Trent, the A1 (on the route of the ancient Great North Road), and the East Coast Main Line railway. The origins of the town are possibly Roman as it lies on an important Roman road, the Fosse Way. The town grew around Newark Castle, now ruined, and a large marketplace, now lined with historic buildings.

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Prudential Center

Prudential Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena in the central business district of Newark, New Jersey, United States. The arena was designed by HOK Sport (now Populous), with the exterior designed by Morris Adjmi Architects. Opened in 2007, it is the home of the National Hockey League's (NHL) New Jersey Devils and the NCAA's Seton Hall Pirates men's basketball team.

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Newark, Delaware

Newark is an American city in New Castle County, Delaware, 12 miles (19 km) west-southwest of Wilmington. According to the 2010 Census, the population of the city is 31,454. Newark is the home of the University of Delaware.

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Niagara-on-the-Lake

Niagara-on-the-Lake is a Canadian town located in Southern Ontario where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario in the Niagara Region of the southern part of the province of Ontario. It is located across the Niagara river from Youngstown, New York, USA. It is also the only town in Canada that has a Lord Mayor.

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Port Glasgow

Port Glasgow is the second largest town in the Inverclyde council area of Scotland. The population according to the 1991 census for Port Glasgow was 19426 persons and in the 2001 census was 16617 persons. It is located immediately to the east of Greenock and was previously a burgh in the former county of Renfrew. The town was formed as port for nearby of Glasgow in 1668 and became Port Glasgow in 1775. Port Glasgow was home to dry docks and shipbuilding beginning in 1762.

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New Jersey Institute of Technology

New Jersey Institute of Technology, also known as NJIT, is a public research university located in the University Heights neighborhood of Newark, New Jersey, United States. NJIT is New Jersey's science and technology university. Centrally located in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area, NJIT's campus is within walking distance of downtown Newark. New York City, 8 miles (12.9 km) away, is readily accessible via the Newark City Subway and the PATH rapid transit system.

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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark

The Archdiocese of Newark is an archdiocese of the Catholic Church in northern New Jersey, United States. Its ecclesiastic territory includes all of the Catholic parishes and schools in the New Jersey counties of Bergen, Union, Hudson and Essex (where the city of Newark is located).

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Newark, Ohio

Newark is a city in and the county seat of Licking County, Ohio, United States, 33 miles (53 km) east of Columbus, at the junction of the forks of the Licking River. The population was 47,573 at the 2010 census which makes it the 20th largest city in Ohio.

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Newark Bears

The Newark Bears are an American professional baseball team based in Newark, New Jersey. They are a member of the Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball, which is not affiliated with Major League Baseball. Since the 1999 season, the Bears have played their home games at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium. They were originally a member of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball.

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Harrison, New Jersey

Harrison is a town in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the town's population was 13,620. The town is a suburb of the nearby city of Newark, New Jersey.

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Kean University

Kean University is a coeducational, public research university located in Union and Hillside, New Jersey, United States. Kean University serves its students in the liberal arts, the sciences, and the professions with a dedication to intellectual and cultural growth and is best known for its programs in the humanities and social sciences and in education, graduating the most teachers in the state of New Jersey annually.

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Interstate 78 in New Jersey

Interstate 78 (I-78) is an east–west route stretching from Union Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania to New York City. In New Jersey, I-78 is called the Phillipsburg–Newark Expressway and the Newark Bay Extension of the New Jersey Turnpike.

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Newark Bay

See also Newark Bay, South Georgia Newark Bay is a tidal bay at the confluence of the Passaic and Hackensack Rivers in northeastern New Jersey. It is home to the Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal, the largest container shipping facility in Port of New York and New Jersey, 3rd largest and one of busiest in the United States. An estuary, it is periodically dredged to accommodate ocean-going container ships.

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Interstate 78

Interstate 78 (abbreviated I-78) is an Interstate Highway in the Northeast United States, running 144 miles (231 km) from Interstate 81 northeast of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, through Allentown, Pennsylvania, and western and northern New Jersey to the Holland Tunnel and Lower Manhattan in New York City. I-78 is a major road linking ports in the New York City and New Jersey area to points west, and sees over 4 million trucks annually, with trucks representing 24% of all traffic.

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Pennsylvania Station (Newark)

Pennsylvania Station (also known as Newark Penn Station) is a major transportation hub in Newark, New Jersey. Located at Raymond Plaza, between Market Street and Raymond Boulevard, Newark Penn Station is served by the Newark Light Rail, New Jersey Transit commuter rail, Amtrak long distance trains, the PATH rapid transit system, and local, regional and national bus services (NJ Transit, Greyhound, and other private operators).

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Rutgers School of Law–Newark

New Jersey Transit Rail Operations

New Jersey Transit Rail Operations is the rail division of New Jersey Transit. It provides commuter rail service in New Jersey, with most service centered around transportation to and from New York City, Hoboken, and Newark. New Jersey Transit also operates rail service in Orange and Rockland counties in New York State under contract to Metro-North Railroad.

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Newark Light Rail

The Newark Light Rail is a light rail system under New Jersey Transit Bus Operations serving Newark, New Jersey. The service consists of two segments, the original Newark City Subway, and the extension to Broad Street station. The combined service was officially inaugurated on July 17, 2006.

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David Leslie, Lord Newark

David Leslie, Lord Newark (c. 1600 – 1682) was a cavalry officer and General in the English Civil War and Scottish Civil Wars. A son of Patrick Leslie, 1st Lord Lindores, he fought for the Swedish army of Gustavus Adolphus as a professional soldier during the Thirty Years' War.

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Newark, California

Newark is a city in Alameda County, California, United States. It was incorporated as a city in September 1955. Newark is an enclave, surrounded by the city of Fremont. Its population was 42,573 at the 2010 census.

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Newark (UK Parliament constituency)

Newark is a county constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Since 1885, it has elected one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election. A parliamentary borough of the same name existed from 1673 to 1885, when it was replaced by a county division of the same name.

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Downtown Newark

Downtown Newark is Newark, New Jersey's major central business, retail, and cultural district. It is located at a bend in the Passaic River. Downtown is the site of the original Puritan settlement of Newark. The first settlers, led by Robert Treat, landed not far from the present site of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. The intersection of Broad and Market Streets, known as Four Corners was once considered the busiest intersection in the nation, and is the heart of traditional downtown.

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Newark Museum

The Newark Museum is the largest museum in New Jersey, USA. It holds fine collections of American art, decorative arts, contemporary art, and arts of Asia, Africa, the Americas, and the ancient world. Its extensive collections of American art include works by Hiram Powers, Thomas Cole, John Singer Sargent, Albert Bierstadt, Frederick Church, Childe Hassam, Mary Cassatt, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keeffe, Joseph Stella, Tony Smith and Frank Stella.

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Newark Broad Street Station

Newark Broad Street is a New Jersey Transit commuter rail station at 25 University Avenue in Newark, New Jersey. Built in 1901-03 on the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad main line from Hoboken to Denville, Scranton and Buffalo, the station's historic architecture includes an elegant clock tower and a brick and stone façade on the station's main building.

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Newark Peppers

The Newark Peppers, originally known as the Indianapolis Hoosiers, were a Federal League baseball team from 1914-1915. When the Federal League opened for business in 1914 as a challenger to the two major leagues, one franchise was located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Primarily owned by oil magnate Harry F. Sinclair, this team won the Federal League championship in 1914 with an 88-65 record. The team played at Federal League Park.

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Orange/Newark Tornadoes

The Orange Tornadoes and Newark Tornadoes were two manifestations of a long-lived professional American football franchise that existed in some form from 1887 to 1971, having played in the National Football League from 1929 to 1930, the American Association from 1936 to 1941, the Atlantic Coast Football League from 1963 to 1964 and 1970 to 1971, and the Continental Football League from 1965 to 1969.

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Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal

Not to be confused with Port Elizabeth, New Jersey Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal is a major component of the Port of New York and New Jersey. Located on the Newark Bay it serves as the principal container ship facility for goods entering and leaving New York-Newark metropolitan area, and the northeastern quadrant of North America.

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Hudson Valley Renegades

The Hudson Valley Renegades are a minor league baseball team affiliated with the Tampa Bay Rays. The team is a member of the New York - Penn League, a Class A Short Season league. The Renegades play at Dutchess Stadium in Fishkill, NY. The team was founded as the Erie Sailors and was originally affiliated with the Texas Rangers. They moved to the Hudson Valley in 1994 and became part of the Tampa Bay organization in 1996. The Renegades won the New York - Penn League championship in 1999.

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McCrory Stores

J.G. McCrory's or McCrory Stores was a chain of five and dime stores in the United States based in York, Pennsylvania. The stores typically sold shoes, clothing, housewares, fabrics, penny candy, toys, cosmetics, and often included a lunch counter or snack bar. They also exclusively sold Oriole Records, one of the most popular 'dime store labels' from 1921 to 1938.

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Newark Earthworks

The Newark Earthworks in Newark and Heath, Ohio, consists of three sections of preserved earthworks: the Great Circle Earthworks, the Octagon Earthworks, and the Wright Earthworks. This complex contained the largest earthen enclosures in the world, being about 3,000 acres in extent. Today, the site itself covers 206 acres. The site is preserved as a state park by the Ohio Historical Society. It has been designated a National Historic Landmark.

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Norwich, Ontario

The Township of Norwich is a municipality located in Oxford County in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Preferred pronunciation of the town name is 'NOR-witch' (pronounced with 'w'), different from the city of Norwich, England, though its origin is more likely Norwich in Upper New York State, the area from which the pioneering families emigrated in the early 19th century, an abbreviation of the original Norwichville.

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Newark and Sherwood

Newark and Sherwood is a local government district and is the largest district in Nottinghamshire, England. The district is predominantly rural, with some large forestry plantations, the ancient Sherwood Forest and the towns of Newark-on-Trent, Southwell and Ollerton. Many settlements in the west of the district, such as Ollerton are former coal mining villages. Southwell is a small Georgian town with a Minster.

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Ironbound

For the studio album by American thrash metal band Overkill, see Ironbound (album).

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Ohio State Route 13

State Route 13 is a north–south state highway in the northern and southeastern portion of the U.S. state of Ohio. Its southern terminus is at State Route 550 near Athens, and its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 6 in Huron.

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Newark Eagles

The Newark Eagles was a professional Negro league baseball team that played in the second Negro National League from 1936 to 1948.

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1967 Newark riots

The 1967 Newark riots were a major civil disturbance that occurred in the city of Newark, New Jersey between July 12 and July 17, 1967. The six days of rioting, looting, and destruction left 26 dead and hundreds injured.

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Newark, New York

Newark is a village in Wayne County, New York, U.S. , 35 miles (56 km) south east of Rochester. The population was 9,682 at the 2000 census. The Village of Newark is in the south part of the Town of Arcadia and is in the south of Wayne County.

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Newark Academy

Newark Academy is a coeducational private day school located in Livingston, New Jersey. With both lower and upper schools, this institution comprises grades six through twelve. The school has been accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools since 1928. Newark Academy is the second-oldest day school in the state of New Jersey, and is one of a few pre-Revolutionary schools still operating in the United States.

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New Jersey Route 10

Route 10 is a 23.51 mi (37.84 km) state highway in the northern part of the U.S. state of New Jersey. It runs from an intersection with U.S. Route 46 in Roxbury Township, Morris County east to County Route 577/County Route 677 (Prospect Avenue) in West Orange, Essex County. Route 10 is a major route through northern New Jersey that is lined with two shopping districts in Ledgewood and East Hanover/Livingston featuring many shopping centers and large commercial outlets.

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AirTrain Newark

AirTrain Newark is a 3-mile (4.8 km) monorail system connecting Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to the Newark Liberty International Airport train station on the Northeast Corridor (NEC) rail line of New Jersey Transit and Amtrak. Originally serving only as an airport circulator, a service which allows passengers to transfer between airport terminals or concourses, the monorail track was refurbished and extended to the NEC, with construction beginning in 1997.

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Newark North Gate railway station

|} Newark North Gate station is a railway station serving the town of Newark-on-Trent, in Nottinghamshire, England. It is situated on the East Coast Main Line 120 miles (193 km) north of London Kings Cross, between Grantham and Retford. Newark-on-Trent is a fairly small market town, 25 miles (40 km) east of the City of Nottingham. Newark has another station: Newark Castle, operated by East Midlands Trains and located nearer the town centre.

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Jersey Express S.C.

Jersey Express is an American soccer team based in Newark, New Jersey, United States. Founded in 2007, the team plays in the USL Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the Mid Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. Prior to the 2011 season the team was known as Newark Ironbound Express. The team plays its home games at Lubetkin Field on the campus of the New Jersey Institute of Technology, where they have played since 2008.

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Nottingham to Lincoln Line

The Nottingham to Lincoln Line is a railway line in central England, running from Nottingham north east to Lincoln. The line between Newark and Lincoln is currently only cleared for 60-mile-per-hour (100 km/h) speeds, Nottinghamshire County Council have paid for a study into 90-mile-per-hour (140 km/h) running.

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Newark Plank Road

The Newark Plank Road was a major 19th century artery between New Jersey's Hudson Waterfront and the burgeoning city of Newark, further inland across the New Jersey Meadows. As its name suggests, a plank road was constructed of wooden planks laid side-to-side on a roadbed. A charter to construct the Newark Plank Road and Ferry was granted on February 24, 1849.

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Newark Basin

The Newark Basin is a sediment-filled rift basin located mainly in northern New Jersey but also stretching into south-eastern Pennsylvania and southern New York. It is part of the system of Eastern North America Rift Basins.

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East Newark, New Jersey

East Newark is a borough in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough population was 2,406. The borough is a suburb of the nearby city of Newark. The Borough of East Newark was established on July 3, 1895, from portions of Kearny lying between the Erie Railroad Northern Branch right of way and Harrison, based on the results of a referendum held the previous day.

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Newark Evening News

The Newark Evening News was an American newspaper published in Newark, New Jersey. As New Jersey's largest city, Newark played a major role in New Jersey's journalistic history. At its apex, The News was widely regarded as the newspaper of record in New Jersey. It had bureaus in Montclair, Elizabeth, Metuchen, Morristown, Plainfield, Kearny, and Belmar. There were also bureaus in the New Jersey State House in Trenton and in Washington, DC.

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Ohio State Route 37

State Route 37 is a northwest-southeast highway (signed west–east) in Ohio. Its western terminus is at State Route 12 in Findlay, and its eastern terminus is at State Route 78 near Malta.

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Newark Public Schools

Newark Public Schools is a comprehensive community public school district that serves the entire city of Newark, New Jersey. The district is one of 31 Abbott Districts statewide. As of the 2008-09 school year, the district's 74 schools had an enrollment of 39,992 students and 2,776.0 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 14.4. The district is classified by the New Jersey Department of Education as being in District Factor Group "A", the lowest of eight groupings.

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County Route 508 (New Jersey)

County Route 508, abbreviated CR 508, is a county highway in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The highway extends 16.14 miles (25.97 kilometers) from Mount Pleasant Avenue in Livingston to Belleville Turnpike in Kearny.

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Newark Town F.C.

Newark Town Football Club is a football club that plays its home games at the Station Road ground in the village of Collingham, near Newark-on-Trent, England. In the 1930–31 season, the club reached the Second Round of the FA Cup and joined the Nottinghamshire Alliance in 1997. As of the 2011–12 season, the club plays in the Central Midlands League South Division.

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University of Nottingham Halls of Residence

This is a list of halls of residence on the various campuses of the University of Nottingham in Nottingham, England. The University of Nottingham has a particularly well developed system of halls located on its campus. The halls acts a microcosms of the university at large and provide a community-level forum for the interaction of undergraduates, postgraduates and senior academics.

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Barringer High School

Barringer High School, formerly Newark High School, is a four-year comprehensive public high school in Newark, in Essex County, New Jersey, United States, operating as part of the Newark Public Schools. Some consider it to be the third oldest public high school in the United States. The school has been accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools since 1981.

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Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Newark, New Jersey

The Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the fifth-largest cathedral in North America, is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark. It is located at 89 Ridge Street in Newark, New Jersey. Envisioned as a "fitting monument to the faith," construction began in 1899 and was finished in 1954. The original design called for an English/Irish-gothic church, but plans were later modified in favor of a French-gothic style.

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Newark Liberty International Airport (NJT station)

Newark Liberty International Airport Station is a Northeast Corridor line station in the New Jersey Transit (NJT) rail system in the Dayton area of Newark, New Jersey. Also called the RAILink station, it provides travelers access to Newark Airport via public transport. There is no bus service, parking facility, or drop-off area at the station. The AirTrain monorail connects the station to all Newark Airport terminals.

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Newark Group

The Newark Group, also known as the Newark Supergroup, is an assemblage of Late Triassic and Early Jurassic sedimentary rocks which outcrop intermittently along the United States East Coast; the exposures extend from Massachusetts to North Carolina, with more still in Nova Scotia. It is named for the city of Newark, New Jersey.

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Newark Bears (1926–1949)

Newark Public Library

The Newark Public Library is the public library system for the city of Newark, New Jersey.

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Newark Castle, Port Glasgow

Newark Castle is a well-preserved castle sited on the south shore of the estuary of the River Clyde in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, Scotland, where the firth gradually narrows from the Firth of Clyde and navigation upriver is made difficult by shifting sandbanks. For centuries this location was used to offload seagoing ships, and led to the growth of Port Glasgow close to the castle on either side and to the south.

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University Heights, Newark, New Jersey

University Heights is a neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey, so named because of the location of four academic institutions within its boundaries — Rutgers University (Newark Campus), the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), and Essex County College. In total, the schools enroll approximately 40,000 degree-seeking students.

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Thomas Walsh (archbishop of Newark)

Thomas Joseph Walsh (December 6, 1873 – June 6, 1952) was the first Roman Catholic Archbishop of Newark, New Jersey, holding the position from 1937 until his death in 1952. Thomas Walsh was born in Parkers Landing, Pennsylvania, to Thomas and Helen (née Curtin) Walsh. After attending public and parochial schools, he studied at St. Bonaventure's College in Allegany, New York. He was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop James Edward Quigley on January 27, 1900. He then served as a curate at St.

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Ohio State Route 16

State Route 16 is an east–west highway running from Columbus, to Coshocton. Its western terminus is at Civic Center Drive in Downtown Columbus, and its eastern terminus is at State Route 83. For much of its run through Licking County, and its entire run through Franklin County, State Route 16 follows the path of Columbus' Broad Street. West of Drexel Avenue in Bexley, the route is cosigned with U.S. Route 40 until its endpoint just east of the Scioto River.

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Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire

Newark Castle, in Newark, in the English county of Nottinghamshire was founded in the mid 12th century by Alexander, Bishop of Lincoln. Originally a timber castle, it was rebuilt in stone towards the end of the century. Dismantled in the 17th century after the English Civil War, the castle was restored in the 19th century, first by Anthony Salvin in the 1840s and then by the corporation of Newark who bought the site in 1889.

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Newark Air Museum

Newark Air Museum is an air museum located on a former Royal Air Force station at Winthorpe, near Newark on Trent in Nottinghamshire, England. The museum contains a variety of aircraft. Its address is 45 Lincoln Road.

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New Jersey Route 158

Route 158 (also known as the Centre Street Bridge) was a short state highway in Newark, New Jersey and Harrison, New Jersey in the counties of Essex and Hudson, which are located in the United States. The Centre Street Bridge was first constructed in 1834 as a single-level railroad bridge. However, in 1911, almost eight decades later, a second, upper level was constructed for rapid transit.

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Mayors of Newark, New Jersey

This is a list of mayors of Newark, New Jersey: 1836–1837: William Halsey William Halsey was the first mayor of Newark, New Jersey. 1837–1838: Theodore Frelinghuysen (1787–1862) 1838–1840: James Miller 1840–1841: Oliver Spencer Halstead 1841–1843: William Wright (1794–1866) 1844–1845: Stephen Dod 1845–1846: Isaac Baldwin 1846–1848: Beach Vanderpool 1848–1851: James Miller 1851–1854: James M. Quinby 1854–1857: Horace J.

Mayors of Newark, New Jersey
Newark and New York Railroad

The Newark and New York Railroad was a passenger rail line that ran between Downtown Newark and the Communipaw Terminal at the mouth of the North River (Hudson River) in Jersey City, bridging the Hackensack River and Passaic River just north of their mouths at the Newark Bay in northeastern New Jersey.

Central Railroad of New Jersey History of Newark, New Jersey Railroad bridges in New Jersey Transportation in Newark, New Jersey Transportation in Hudson County, New Jersey
Newark Skeeters

The Newark Skeeters was an American soccer club based in Newark, New Jersey and was a member of the American Soccer League and the Eastern Soccer League. The club folded upon the merger of the ASL & ESL after the fall 1929 season.

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Port Newark

Episcopal Diocese of Newark

The Episcopal Diocese of Newark is a diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America comprising the northern third of New Jersey in the United States. The Diocese represents the Anglican Communion, of which the Episcopal Church is a province, and presides over Episcopal parishes, missions, outreach ministries and schools in the New Jersey counties of Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, Warren, and one church in Union County.

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Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League

The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (PGCBL) is an 8-team collegiate summer baseball league founded in 2010. All players in the league must have NCAA eligibility remaining in order to participate. Players are not paid so as to maintain their college eligibility. Each team plays an eight-week, 46-game schedule from June to August with playoffs in early August.

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The Oranges

The Oranges are a group of four municipalities in Essex County, New Jersey, all of which have the word Orange in their name. All of these communities were named for the ruler of England, William III of England, also known as William of Orange. The four municipalities are the City of Orange Township, City of East Orange, Township of South Orange Village and Township of West Orange. Orange was initially a part of the city of Newark, but it was originally known as "Newark Mountains".

The Oranges, New Jersey
Newark Symphony Hall

Newark Symphony Hall at 1020 Broad Street in Newark, New Jersey was built in 1925 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. It was known for many years as The Mosque Theater.

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Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Newark

Mount Pleasant Cemetery is a large Victorian-era cemetery in Newark's North Ward. It is located on the west bank of the Passaic River in Newark's Broadway neighborhood, opposite Kearny. It occupies approximately 40 acres (162,000 m²) and is widely used as a park. The cemetery is listed on both the New Jersey Register (ID #1284, since 1987) and the National Register of Historic Places (Reference #87000836, since 1988).

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Midland Theatre, Newark, Ohio

The Midland Theatre is a 1,800-seat theatre that was built in 1928 in the Newark Downtown Historic District of Newark, Ohio, USA. Since 2000, it has been used as a performance venue for live music and other performing arts events.

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USS Newark (C-1)

The first USS Newark (C-1) was a United States Navy protected cruiser, the first modern cruiser in the US fleet. She was laid down by William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on 12 June 1888, launched on 19 March 1890, sponsored by Miss Annie Boutelle, the daughter of Congressman Charles A. Boutelle of Maine, and commissioned on 2 February 1891, Captain Silas Casey III in command.

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Mid-Missouri Mavericks

The Mid-Missouri Mavericks are a former minor league baseball team which played in Columbia, Missouri, in the United States. The team was a member of the independent Frontier League, and has no association with a Major League Baseball team. From 2003 through 2005 the team played at Taylor Stadium, the current home field of the baseball team of University of Missouri. The team suspended operations during the 2006 season in order to pursue financing and construction of a new stadium.

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Military Park (Newark)

Military Park is a 6-acre (24,000 m) city park in downtown Newark, New Jersey. It is a nearly triangular park located between Park Place, Rector Street and Broad Street. From 1667, when the city was planned, until 1869 it was a training ground for soldiers. In 1869 it became the town commons. The New Jersey Historical Society and the Military Park Building are located across from the park.

Parks in Essex County, New Jersey Geography of Newark, New Jersey National Register of Historic Places in New Jersey Historic districts in New Jersey Parks in New Jersey
Newark Arts High School

Newark Arts High School is a four-year magnet public high school, serving students in grades 9 through 12 in Newark, New Jersey, United States, operating as part of the Newark Public Schools. In 2010, the 6th graders of William Brown Academy is housed there as its venue is currently being built. The school is located in the University Heights area of Newark.

High schools in Essex County, New Jersey Educational institutions established in 1931 Magnet schools in New Jersey
Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts

Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts (NSFIA) was a city-run vocational and art school in Newark, New Jersey. Opened in 1882 as the Evening Drawing School, its name was changed in 1909 to the Fawcett School of Industrial Arts, and changed again in 1928 to the Newark Public School of Fine and Industrial Art. The name was shortened to Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art some time later.

Art schools in New Jersey Education in Newark, New Jersey
Four Corners (Newark)

Four Corners at the intersection of Broad and Market Streets in Newark, New Jersey is site of the city's earliest settlement and the heart of Downtown that at one time was considered the busiest intersection in the United States. A twenty-two square block area radiating from the crossroads is a state and federal historic district. The crossing become the center of the town soon after establishment in 1666, the home of founder Robert Treat located at the southwest corner.

Cass Gilbert buildings Geography of Newark, New Jersey Renaissance Revival architecture in New Jersey National Register of Historic Places in New Jersey Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey Italianate architecture in New Jersey
USS San Jacinto (CVL-30)

The second USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) of the United States Navy was an Independence-class light aircraft carrier that served during World War II. She was named for the Battle of San Jacinto during the Texas Revolution. U.S. President George H.W. Bush served aboard the ship during World War II.

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Fairmount Cemetery (Newark, New Jersey)

Fairmount Cemetery is a 150-acre (0.61 km) Victorian cemetery in the West Ward of Newark, New Jersey, in the neighborhood of Fairmount. It opened in 1855, shortly after the Newark City Council banned burials in the central city due to fears that bodies spread yellow fever. The first burial in Fairmount Cemetery was a 24-year-old man named Lewis J. Pierson. Fairmount is still accepting interments.

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Newark Bay Bridge

The Newark Bay Bridge (officially named the Vincent R. Casciano Memorial Bridge) is a steel through arch bridge that is continuous across three spans. It crosses Newark Bay and connects the cities of Newark and Bayonne in New Jersey. It was completed April 4, 1956 as part of the New Jersey Turnpike's Newark Bay (Hudson County) Extension, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Governor of New Jersey Robert B. Meyner.

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Newark Bears (AFL)

The Newark Bears were a professional American football team that competed in the first American Football League in 1926. Owned by the New Jersey Athletic Association (headed by NJAA president William Coughlin), the Bears played their home games in Davids' Stadium. Coached by player-coach Hal Hansen, the majority of the team played their college football in Georgia and Florida.

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Roseville, Newark, New Jersey

Roseville is a neighborhood in northwestern Newark, New Jersey, bordering Bloomfield and East Orange. To the neighborhood's immediate east is the Newark City Subway and Branch Brook Park. Roseville is divided into Upper Roseville north of 3rd Ave and Lower Roseville south of 3rd Ave. Originally called "Rowesville," Roseville was farmland at the time of the Civil War, but during the conflict most of the area was turned into Union Army training and camping grounds.

Populated places established in 1862 Populated places in Essex County, New Jersey Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Vailsburg, Newark

Vailsburg is a neighborhood in the West ward of Newark, New Jersey elevation 280 ft. As of 2000, Vailsburg has a population of 34,348. The Vailsburg section of Newark seems to stick out from the rest of the area, not only geographically, but because of its hodgepodge of suburban, urban and park areas. Vailsburg is divided into Upper Vailsburg and Lower Vailsburg by Sanford Ave (Lower Vailsburg is to the east).

Populated places established in 1894 1905 disestablishments Former boroughs in New Jersey Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey Populated places in Essex County, New Jersey
CRRNJ Newark Bay Bridge

The Newark Bay Bridge of the Central Railroad of New Jersey was a four-track railroad bridge that had four main lift spans. It opened in 1926, replacing an outdated two track bascule span built in 1901, that in turn had replaced a wooden draw bridge that originally opened on July 29, 1864. The bridge connected Elizabethport and Bayonne at the southern end of Newark Bay. The designer of this bridge was J. A. L. Waddell.

Bridges completed in 1864 Bridges completed in 1926 Central Railroad of New Jersey Railroad bridges in New Jersey
Beat Union

Beat Union was a pop-punk band from Birmingham, Bromsgrove and Redditch, United Kingdom. They were formerly known as Shortcut to Newark. The group has garnered comparisons to Elvis Costello and The Jam, as well as pop punk groups like Green Day. In 2006 the band toured the UK with Bedouin Soundclash and Zox. Their debut full-length album, Disconnected, was released on Science Records in April 2008. It was produced with the help of John Feldmann, producer and frontman of Goldfinger.

English rock music groups Musical groups from Birmingham, West Midlands
Lincoln College, Lincolnshire

Lincoln College is a predominantly further education college based in the City of Lincoln, England.

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Newark-Pompton Turnpike

The Newark-Pompton Turnpike (now known in portions of its former route as Pompton Avenue, Route 23, and Bloomfield Avenue), is a roadway in northern New Jersey that was originally a tolled turnpike. The roadway was first laid out in the mid-18th century and given its name in 1806. As originally designed, it connected Newark with the area north and west of the Pompton River in what is now Riverdale. Its south end is Broadway in Newark; its north end is the Paterson-Hamburg Turnpike.

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Pomeroy and Newark Railroad

The Pomeroy and Newark Railroad was a predecessor of the Pennsylvania Railroad in the U.S. states of Delaware and Pennsylvania. It connected Pomeroy, Pennsylvania to Newark, Delaware, and has mostly been abandoned.

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Newark Castle railway station

|} Newark Castle railway station serves the town of Newark in Nottinghamshire, England. It was built in 1846 for the Midland Railway in the Italianate style. It is on the Nottingham to Lincoln Line, owned by Network Rail and managed by East Midlands Trains (EMT) Train Operating Company (TOC) who provide all services. Its name comes from the nearby castle. The other station in Newark is Newark North Gate. Trains run hourly towards Lincoln eastbound, and Leicester westbound.

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Newark Indians

Location: Newark, NJ League: Eastern League 1908-1911; International League 1912-1916 Affiliation: Ballpark: Wiedenmayer's Park In 1908, the Newark Sailors changed their name to the Newark Indians.

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Magnus Church of England School

Magnus Church of England School often abbreviated as 'Magnus' is a British Secondary school located in the market town of Newark-on-Trent, in Nottinghamshire, England. It was founded as a Grammar school by the 16th century English diplomat and cleric, Thomas Magnus; the original school building, located in Appletongate by the church, is now a small museum.

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Newark High School (Delaware)

Newark High School is a public high school in Newark, Delaware and is one of three high schools within the Christina School District. It is also one of the oldest educational institutions in the state, graduating its first class of students in 1893. In 2009 it saw its 20,000th student graduate. Newark is the only remaining "downtown" non-charter public High School in New Castle County. Newark has been named by Newsweek magazine as one of their "Top Schools in America.

Public high schools in Delaware Educational institutions established in 1893 High schools in New Castle County, Delaware
Lincoln Park, Newark

The Coast or Lincoln Park is a neighborhood of Newark, New Jersey, bounded by the Springfield/Belmont, South Broad Valley, South Ironbound and Downtown neighborhoods. It is bounded by Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (High Street) to the west, Kinney St. to the north, the McCarter Highway to the east and South St. , Pennsylvania Ave. , Lincoln Place and Clinton Ave. to the south.

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Charles Pierrepont, 1st Earl Manvers

Charles Pierrepont, 1st Earl Manvers (4 November 1737 – 17 June 1816) was an English nobleman and naval officer, born Charles Medows, the second son of Philip Medows, deputy ranger of Richmond Park, and Lady Frances, daughter of Evelyn Pierrepont, 1st Duke of Kingston-upon-Hull. Educated at Oxford, he became a midshipman in the Royal Navy and was promoted lieutenant on 7 August 1755. He became a commander on 5 April 1757 and a post captain on 17 August, resigning his commission in 1763.

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Newark–Trenton Fast Line

Jersey City Armory

The Jersey City Armory is located at 678 Montgomery Street near McGinley Square in Jersey City, New Jersey. In addition to being a military training and mustering facility of the New Jersey National Guard (New Jersey National Guard 2–133 Infantry 250 Jersey City), the WPA era armory has long been used as a sports arena, particularly for boxing, basketball, and track and field events, and more recently mixed martial arts.

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Forest Hill, Newark, New Jersey

Forest Hill is an affluent pre-World War II neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey's North Ward. It is bounded on the west by Branch Brook Park, on the south by Bloomfield Avenue (some maps place the southern limit at 2nd Avenue), and on the east by both Summer and Mt. Prospect Avenues, the neighborhood of Broadway. The neighborhood's zip code is 07104. Forest Hill is located on a ridge between the Passaic River and the valley of the Branch Brook.

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Science Park High School (New Jersey)

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Jersey Express

The Jersey Express is a team in the Northeast Division of the Blue Conference (Eastern Conference) of the American Basketball Association based in East Orange, New Jersey. The team was formed in 2005 as the Newark Express. Marsha Blount (President) and Jacqueline Halyard (General Manager) are co-owners of the team. The team previously played at the gym at Essex County College in Newark, New Jersey and at Drew University.

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Newark Bay rail accident

The Newark Bay rail accident occurred on September 15, 1958 in Newark Bay, New Jersey. A Central Railroad of New Jersey (CRRNJ) morning commuter train, #3314, ran through a restrictive and a stop signal, derailed, and slid off the open Newark Bay lift bridge. Both diesel locomotives and the first two coaches plunged into Newark Bay and sank immediately, killing 48 people.

Railway accidents in New Jersey History of Elizabeth, New Jersey Falling from bridges Bridge disasters in the United States 1958 in New Jersey Railway accidents in 1958
Newarke Houses Museum

The Newarke Houses Museum is a public museum in Leicester, England. It incorporates the museum of the Royal Leicestershire Regiment. It occupies two buildings: Wyggeston's Chantry House (built circa 1511), and Skeffington House (built in the seventeenth century).

Regimental museums in England Museums in Leicester History of Leicester Local museums in Leicestershire
Newark, Illinois

Newark is a village in Kendall County, Illinois, United States. The population was 887 at the 2000 census.

Villages in Illinois Populated places in Kendall County, Illinois
Weequahic, Newark, New Jersey

Weequahic (pronounced wih-QWAY-ik, though many locals say WEEK-wake) is a residential neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey's South Ward. It is separated from Clinton Hill by Hawthorne Avenue on the north, and bordered by Hillside Township and the city of Irvington on the west, Newark Liberty International Airport and Dayton on the east, and the city of Elizabeth on the south. The name "Weequahic" is from the Lenni-Lenape Native American for "head of the cove".

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Newark, Nottinghamshire

Newark Police Department (New Jersey)

The Newark Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency serving Newark, New Jersey. The Newark Police Department is the largest municipal law enforcement agency in New Jersey. The department is headed by the police director Samuel DeMaio. The post of Chief of Police was abolished in 2008, when the job of Chief of Police was to handle day-to-day operations and the Director was to handle policy.

Organizations based in Newark, New Jersey Municipal police departments of New Jersey
Gary Wilson (musician)

Gary Wilson (born October 1953) is an experimental musician/performance artist best known for his 1977 album You Think You Really Know Me, after which he promptly retired from recording and performing concerts. He slowly gained a strong cult following during the 1980s and 1990s, and in the early 2000s became active again.

1953 births Outsider music Living people Stones Throw Records artists American musicians
Newark Airport Interchange

The Newark Airport Interchange is a massive interchange of Interstate 78, U.S. Route 1/9, U.S. Route 22, Route 21, and Interstate 95 at the northern edge of Newark Airport in Newark, New Jersey.

Interstate 78 Transportation in Newark, New Jersey Road interchanges in the United States
Newark Rail Station (Delaware)

Newark Station is a station in Newark, Delaware on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor, serving Amtrak Northeast Regional trains and SEPTA Wilmington/Newark Line Regional Rail trains.

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Holly Township, Michigan

Holly Township is a civil township of north Oakland County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 11,362 at the 2010 census.

Townships in Oakland County, Michigan Populated places established in 1838
Broadway, Newark, New Jersey

Broadway is a neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey. It is located on the west bank of the Passaic River, in Newark's North Ward, east of Forest Hill and north of Seventh Avenue. The neighborhood extends from Interstate 280 to Belleville. The term "Broadway" has only come into use recently, most Broadway residents simply refer to their area as part of the North Ward. The street itself "Broadway" was called "Belleville Avenue" until the early twentieth century.

Populated places in Essex County, New Jersey Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Eleven 80

Eleven80 is a 137 m (449 ft) tall skyscraper in Newark, New Jersey. It was completed as an office building in 1930, has 35 floors, and was the tallest building in Newark until 1931. It was converted into residential use in 2004 after being vacant since 1986. Eleven 80 is located in the heart of Downtown Newark, just north of Four Corners across from Military Park, both of which are United States historic districts. It is clad in light tan brick and limestone.

Art Deco architecture in New Jersey Skyscrapers between 100 and 149 meters Skyscrapers in Newark, New Jersey
Newark Memorial High School

Newark Memorial High School (NMHS) is a comprehensive high school in Newark, California. It is located to the southeast of Newark's business district, between I-880 and San Francisco Bay.

Public high schools in California High schools in Alameda County, California Educational institutions established in 1983
Seventh Avenue, Newark, New Jersey

Seventh Avenue, formerly known as the First Ward, is a neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey's North Ward. It was famously the heart of the city's large Little Italy. In its heyday, Seventh Avenue had a population of thirty thousand, eleven thousand of whom were children, in an area of less than a square mile. The center of life in the neighborhood was St. Lucy's Church, founded by Italian immigrants in 1891. Throughout the year, St.

Populated places established in 1891 Little Italys in the United States Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey Populated places in Essex County, New Jersey Populated places in the United States with Hispanic majority populations
Newark, Arkansas

Newark is a city in Independence County, Arkansas, United States. The population was 1,219 at the 2000 census. Local School: Cedar Ridge High, previously Newark High.

Populated places in Independence County, Arkansas Cities in Arkansas
Gateway Center (Newark)

The Gateway Center is a commercial complex in Newark, New Jersey. Located downtown just west of Newark Penn Station between Raymond Boulevard and Market Street, skyways and pedestrian malls interconnect all of the office towers, a Hilton Hotel, the train station, and the Newark Legal Center. Built in phases in the late 20th century the complex comprises some of the tallest buildings in the city, two designed by Victor Gruen Associates and two by Grad Associates

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Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Newark-on-Trent

The Church of St. Mary Magadalene, Newark-on-Trent is a parish church in the Church of England in Newark-on-Trent in Nottinghamshire. The church is Grade I listed by the Department for Culture, Media & Sport as a building of outstanding architectural or historic interest.

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List of neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey

The following is a list of neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey, USA.

Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Clinton Hill, Newark, New Jersey

Clinton Hill is a neighborhood in South Central, Newark, New Jersey. It is centered at Clinton Avenue, and bounded roughly by Elizabeth Avenue in the east, Hawthorne Avenue in the south, Avon Avenue in the north, and Irvington in the west. Upper Clinton Hill is predominantly residential, with many of the homes also being the offices of professionals. Most retail activity along Clinton and Hawthorne Avenues is in the form of neighborhood-oriented convenience-type stores.

Populated places in New Jersey with African American majority populations Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Newark Americans

Newark Americans were a team in the first American Soccer League. They were founded in 1930, but folded following the spring 1932 season.

American Soccer League (1921–1933) teams New Jersey soccer clubs Defunct soccer clubs in the United States
Old First Presbyterian Church (Newark, New Jersey)

The Old First Presbyterian Church, also known as First Presbyterian Church and Cemetery, is a church in Newark in the U.S. state of New Jersey. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. The grounds, located in the Four Corners Historic District, includes an old burial ground.

Georgian architecture in New Jersey Culture of Newark, New Jersey Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in New Jersey Cemeteries in Essex County, New Jersey Protestant Reformed cemeteries Religious buildings completed in 1787 Churches in Newark, New Jersey Presbyterian churches in New Jersey
Derek Newark

Derek Newark (8 June 1933—11 August 1998) was an English actor. He appeared in a large number of film and television roles, including The Baron (1967), The Avengers (three episodes in the 1960s), Z Cars (six episodes between 1969 to 1972), Barlow at Large in the recurring role of Det. Insp. Tucker (1974–1975) and various other minor roles. He appeared in episodes two to four of the first Doctor Who story An Unearthly Child in 1963.

1933 births People from Great Yarmouth English film actors English television actors 1998 deaths
Newark Park

Newark Park is a Grade I listed country house of Tudor origins located near the village of Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire. The house sits in an estate of 700 acres (2.8 km) at the southern end of the Cotswold escarpment with views down the Severn Valley to the Severn Estuary. The house and estate have been in the care of the National Trust since 1946.

Country houses in Gloucestershire Gardens in Gloucestershire Historic house museums in Gloucestershire Grade I listed houses National Trust properties in Gloucestershire Grade I listed buildings in Gloucestershire
Newark

English toponyms
Newark, Peterborough

Newark was a hamlet of the parish of Saint Mary the Virgin in the Soke of Peterborough in the United Kingdom. One mile and a half (2.4 km) north-east-by-east from the city centre; a portion was incorporated with the municipal borough in 1874. The remainder formed part of Peterborough Rural District from 1894 until 1926 when the city's boundaries were extended to include the civil parish of Peterborough Without. St.

Geography of Peterborough
History of Newark, New Jersey

Newark, New Jersey, was founded in 1666 by Connecticut Puritans led by Robert Treat from the New Haven Colony. The New Haven colonists had been forced out of power for sheltering the judges who had fled to the New Haven Colony after sentencing Charles I of England to death. It was the third settlement founded in New Jersey, after Bergen Township (later dissolved into Hudson County) and Elizabethtown.

History of Newark, New Jersey
University High School (New Jersey)

University High School of Humanities (usually University High School) is a six-year public high school serving students in grades 7 to 12 in Newark, New Jersey, as part of the Newark Public Schools. As of the 2009-10 school year, the school had an enrollment of 521 students and 35 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 14.89.

High schools in Essex County, New Jersey Education in Newark, New Jersey
Newark and Roselle Railway

The Newark and Roselle Railway was incorporated on Aug 28, 1889 by the Lehigh Valley Railroad (LVRR) to advance tracks from the terminus of the Roselle and South Plainfield Railway at Roselle, New Jersey to Pennsylvania Avenue in Newark. It formed part of the route connecting the LVRR's Easton and Amboy Railroad at South Plainfield to the Jersey City terminal.

Railway companies established in 1889 Railway companies disestablished in 1891 Predecessors of the Lehigh Valley Railroad 1889 establishments in the United States Defunct New Jersey railroads
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center

Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, previously Newark Beth Israel Hospital, is the largest hospital in Newark, New Jersey. It was run under auspices of the Newark Jewish Community and its suburban successors from its inception in 1900-1901 until its purchase by the St Barnabas Health System in 1996.

Buildings and structures in Newark, New Jersey Organizations established in 1900 Hospitals in New Jersey
Newark Co-Pilots

The Newark Co-Pilots were a minor league baseball team based in Newark, New York that played in the New York-Penn League from 1968 to 1979. They were affiliated with the Seattle Pilots from 1968 to 1969 and with the Milwaukee Brewers from 1970 to 1978. They were independent in 1979. Their home ballpark was Colburn Park.

Defunct New York–Penn League teams Sports clubs established in 1968
Newark-Elizabeth Rail Link

The Newark-Elizabeth Rail Link was a proposed 8.8-mile (14.2 km)-long light rail line in New Jersey, USA, which would have connected the downtown areas of Newark and Elizabeth with the Newark Liberty International Airport and been operated by New Jersey Transit. The construction of the project was being planned in stages, or "minimum operable segments" (MOS).

Transportation in Newark, New Jersey Light rail in New Jersey Transportation in Elizabeth, New Jersey Rail transportation in New Jersey
Upton, Newark and Sherwood

Upton is a small village in Nottinghamshire, England, located 2 miles (3.2 km) east of Southwell, 5 miles (8.0 km) west of Newark and 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Hockerton; it lies on the A612 Nottingham-Newark road. The village sits on a bend in the main road, "on the summit of a hill which commands a fine view of the Trent Valley... .

Villages in Nottinghamshire
Newark Public Service Terminal

The Public Service Terminal was a two-level streetcar station in Newark, New Jersey, owned and operated by the Public Service Corporation. It served as the terminus for streetcar lines from as far as Trenton, New Jersey, and the six office stories above became company headquarters. Public Service was both a transportation company and a utility providing electric and gas service to much of northern New Jersey.

New Jersey streetcar lines Destroyed landmarks in the United States Skyscrapers in Newark, New Jersey Transit hubs serving New Jersey Transportation in Newark, New Jersey
Jersey City, Newark and Western Railway

The Jersey City, Newark and Western Railway was incorporated on July 6, 1889 and acquired by the Lehigh Valley Railroad (LVRR). Construction was completed in 1893. It started in Jersey City, New Jersey at a connection with the National Docks Railway in Communipaw east of the Central Railroad of New Jersey line, and extended westward on the bridge across Newark Bay to connect with the LVRR's Newark and Passaic Railway.

Railway companies established in 1889 Railway companies disestablished in 1891 Predecessors of the Lehigh Valley Railroad 1889 establishments in the United States Defunct New Jersey railroads
Newark Boys Chorus

The Newark Boys Chorus is a boys' choir based in Newark, New Jersey. The choir was originally founded as the New Jersey Symphony Boys Choir in 1966. In 1969, the choir led to the establishment of the Newark Boys Chorus School. The group tours regularly in the United States and abroad.

New Jersey culture Boys' and men's choirs Choirs of children Culture of Newark, New Jersey Visitor attractions in Essex County, New Jersey Musical groups established in 1966 Musical groups from New Jersey
Harrison (PATH station)

Harrison is a PATH station on Frank E. Rodgers Boulevard south of the Interstate 280 overpass in Harrison, New Jersey served by the Newark – World Trade Center route.

Transportation in Hudson County, New Jersey Stations along Pennsylvania Railroad lines PATH stations in New Jersey
Clara Maass Medical Center

Clara Maass Medical Center is a hospital in Belleville, New Jersey that is part of the Barnabas Health. It was founded in 1868 as the Newark German Hospital, and was renamed in 1952 in honor of Clara Maass, a former nurse who trained there at the hospital's Christina Trefz Training School for Nurses, and become the hosital's head nurse. Maass' 1901 death during yellow fever experiments attracted national attention.

Hospitals established in 1868 Buildings and structures in Essex County, New Jersey Hospitals in New Jersey
Newark Ukrainian Sitch

Newark Ukrainian Sitch also known as "Newark Ukrainians" (Ukrainian Sports Educational Association "Chornomorska Sitch" Newark, Ukrainian: УСВТ «Чорноморська січ», USVT "Chornomorska Sitch") is an American soccer club based in Newark, New Jersey that was a member of the American Soccer League. Currently, the club participates in the Garden State Soccer League's top amateur "Super Division" under the name, "Union Ukrainians SC".

Ukrainian association football clubs outside Ukraine New Jersey soccer clubs American Soccer League (1933–1983) teams Association football clubs established in 1924
List of Archdeacons of Newark

The Archdeaconry of Newark was created in 1913, and comprises the northern and eastern parts of the Diocese of Southwell. It is one of two archdeaconries in the Diocese, the other being the Archdeacon of Nottingham.

Anglican ecclesiastical offices Church of England clergy Lists of Anglicans Newark-on-Trent Lists of English people Diocese of York Archdeacons of Newark
Newark, Maryland

Newark is a census-designated place (CDP) in Worcester County, Maryland, United States. The population was 339 at the 2000 census.

Populated places in Worcester County, Maryland Census-designated places in Maryland
West Side High School (New Jersey)

West Side High School is a four-year public high school in Newark, in Essex County, New Jersey, United States, serving students in ninth through twelfth grades as part of the Newark Public Schools. As of the 2008-09 school year, the school had an enrollment of 1,487 students and 75.6 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 19.7.

High schools in Essex County, New Jersey Education in Newark, New Jersey
Ivy Hill, Newark, New Jersey

Ivy Hill is a diverse neighborhood in the West Ward of Newark, New Jersey which is notable for having high crime. While the Ivy Hill neighborhood is often considered as part of the Vailsburg area, it is actually a separate area.

Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Ruppert Stadium (Newark)

Ruppert Stadium was a baseball stadium that formerly stood in Newark, New Jersey, in the area now known as the Ironbound. Originally named Davids' Stadium, it was home to the minor league Newark Bears of the International League from 1926 to 1949 and the Newark Eagles of the Negro Leagues from 1936 to 1948. It was also the home field of the short-lived Newark Bears of the first American Football League in 1926.

Sports venues in Newark, New Jersey Event venues established in 1926 Defunct baseball venues Negro league baseball venues 1967 disestablishments American Football League (1926) venues Baseball venues in New Jersey Demolished sports venues in the United States
Dayton, Newark, New Jersey

Dayton is a neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey in the city's east ward, named after Jonathan Dayton. The area is bounded on the north by Peddie Street, on the east by Newark Liberty International Airport, on the south by Elizabeth and on the west by Elizabeth Avenue. The main road through the neighborhood is Frelinghuysen Avenue, but it is surrounded by U.S. Route 1/9, Interstate 78 and U.S. Route 22.

Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Newark Portuguese

The Newark Portuguese were an American soccer club based in Newark, New Jersey that was a member of the American Soccer League. The club had been around since 1922 and bought out the Kearny Celtic franchise after the 1950/51 season. The club won the Lewis Cup in 1953.

Eastern Professional Soccer League (1928–1929) teams New Jersey soccer clubs American Soccer League (1933–1983) teams Defunct soccer clubs in the United States
Newark, Missouri

Newark is a village in Knox County, Missouri, United States, along the South Fabius River. The population was 94 at the 2010 census.

Villages in Knox County, Missouri
National Newark Building

The National Newark Building is a neo-classical office skyscraper in Newark, New Jersey. It has been the tallest building in Newark since 1931 and was tallest in New Jersey until 1989. At thirty-five stories, it has a height of 466 ft (142 m). It is located in the heart of Downtown Newark just north of Four Corners. The building was designed by the father and son architectural firm, John H. & Wilson C.

Art Deco architecture in New Jersey Buildings and structures completed in 1931 Skyscrapers between 100 and 149 meters Skyscrapers in Newark, New Jersey
Newark City Hall

Newark City Hall, is located at Government Center in Newark, New Jersey. The building was built in 1902 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 17, 1978.

Beaux-Arts architecture in New Jersey Government buildings completed in 1902 Buildings and structures in Newark, New Jersey City halls in New Jersey Beaux-Arts architecture National Register of Historic Places in New Jersey
John Joseph O'Connor (Bishop of Newark)

John Joseph O'Connor (June 11, 1855 – May 20, 1927) was an American prelate of the Catholic Church. He served as Bishop of Newark from 1901 until his death in 1927.

1855 births Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark American Roman Catholic bishops American College of the Immaculate Conception alumni 1927 deaths Alumni of the Catholic University of Leuven before 1968
Olympia Trails

Olympia Trails, also doing business under the brands Orange Newark Elizabeth Bus (shortened to ONE Bus) for local bus service in Essex and Union counties in New Jersey, Red & Tan in Hudson County for operations in Hudson County, New Jersey, and Megabus Northeast, LLC for the Megabus service that it directly operates, is a bus operator serving northern New Jersey with local and commuter bus service.

Stagecoach Group bus operators in the United States and Canada Bus transportation in New Jersey Intercity bus companies of the United States Surface transportation in Greater New York
Newark Advertiser

The Newark Advertiser is a British regional newspaper, owned by Advertiser Group Newspapers, for the town of Newark-on-Trent and surrounding areas.

Newspapers published in Nottinghamshire Newark-on-Trent Publications established in 1854
Air Force Metrology and Calibration Program Office

AFMETCAL (Air Force METrology and CALibration Program Office), located in Heath, Ohio is the primary manager of metrology services for the U.S. Air Force. It retains engineering authority for all calibrations performed in the PMEL labs throughout the Air Force, and oversees the contractor managed and operated Air Force Primary Standards Lab (AFPSL). It currently operates as a direct reporting unit of the 542 Combat Sustainment Wing for Warner Robins AFB.

United States Air Force Standards organizations Government agencies established in 1952 Military technology Buildings and structures in Licking County, Ohio
Newark Valley

Pro-Cathedral of Saint Patrick in Newark

The Pro-Cathedral of Saint Patrick in Newark is a former (or proto-) cathedral of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States. It was built in 1846. It served as the seat of its prelate bishop until the completion of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on Clifton Ave. It is located in Newark, New Jersey on the corner of Washington St and Central Ave. It is currently served by Msgr. Neil Mahoney and Deacon Leonides Aponte. Its history can be read on Msgr. Robert Wister's page, http://pirate.

Former cathedrals in the United States Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in New Jersey Gothic Revival architecture in New Jersey Roman Catholic cathedrals in the United States 19th-century Roman Catholic church buildings Churches in Newark, New Jersey Religious buildings completed in 1846 Roman Catholic churches in New Jersey
Newark Holy Stones

The Newark Holy Stones refer to a set of artifacts allegedly discovered by David Wyrick in 1860 within a cluster of ancient Indian burial mounds near Newark, Ohio. The set consists of the Keystone, a stone bowl, and the Decalogue with its sandstone box. They can be viewed at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum in Coshocton, Ohio.

Pseudoarchaeology Archaeological forgeries 19th-century hoaxes Licking County, Ohio Out-of-place artifacts Hoaxes in the United States Newark, Ohio Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact
Newark Germans

Newark Germans was an American soccer club based in Newark, New Jersey that was an inaugural member of the reformed American Soccer League. Two months into the 1936/37 season the team was taken over and became Paterson Caledonian.

New Jersey soccer clubs American Soccer League (1933–1983) teams Defunct soccer clubs in the United States
List of tallest buildings in Newark

Towers in New Jersey History of Newark, New Jersey Visitor attractions in Essex County, New Jersey Skyscrapers in Newark, New Jersey Lists of tallest buildings in the United States by city
Newark, Vermont

Newark is a town in Caledonia County, Vermont, United States. The population was 470 at the 2000 census.

Newark, Vermont Towns in Vermont Populated places in Caledonia County, Vermont
Portugal Day Festival in Newark

The Portugal Day Festival in Newark, New Jersey is a street festival celebrating the Portuguese people, language, and their culture. First organized in 1979 by the Bernardino Coutinho Foundation, since 2010 the Festival has been organized by the Union of Portuguese American Clubs of New Jersey (União de Clubes Luso-Americanos de New Jersey), or UCLANJ.

Culture of Newark, New Jersey Visitor attractions in Essex County, New Jersey Portuguese American history Cultural festivals in the United States Festivals in New Jersey
The Advocate (Newark)

The Advocate is the local daily newspaper of Newark, Ohio, serving the general Licking County region. It has been part of the Gannett family of newspapers and periodicals since 2000. The Advocate is the single remaining daily newspaper in Newark. Other early Newark newspapers (all now defunct) included the Newark Weekly American, Newark Leader, and Newark American Tribune.

Newspapers published in Ohio Newark, Ohio Publications established in 1820
Newark Castle, Selkirkshire

Newark Castle is a large, ruined tower house standing in the grounds of Bowhill House, in the valley of the Yarrow Water three miles west of Selkirk in the Scottish Borders. In addition to the keep, sections of a gatehouse and wall survive. Newark Castle was granted to Archibald Douglas, Earl of Wigtown around 1423. It was incomplete at this time and work continued until about 1475.

Listed buildings in the Scottish Borders Category A listed buildings in Scotland Yarrow Valley House of Douglas and Angus Reportedly haunted locations in Scotland Listed castles in Scotland Castles in the Scottish Borders
Newark (A Premier Farnell Company)

Newark, part of the global Premier Farnell Group, is a Chicago-based multi-channel, high-service electronics distributor selling to engineers and purchasing professionals across North America.

Companies based in Chicago, Illinois Companies established in 1940
Grace Church (Newark)

Grace Church in Newark (Episcopal), located at 950 Broad Street in Newark, New Jersey was founded on Ascension Day in 1837 at the behest of Bishop George Washington Doane, who intended it to be the standard bearer for Anglo-Catholicism in the northern part of his diocese (which then comprised the whole state of New Jersey). The church building, designed by Richard Upjohn, who was also the architect of Trinity Church, New York, was consecrated on October 5, 1848.

19th-century Episcopal church buildings Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in New Jersey Religious buildings completed in 1847 National Historic Landmarks in New Jersey Churches in Newark, New Jersey Episcopal churches in New Jersey
Eberhardt Hall, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Eberhardt Hall, originally known as the Newark Orphan Asylum, is the oldest building at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). It is located at 323 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd in Newark, New Jersey in the University Heights section. Built in the 1856-57 its original purpose was to serve as the Newark Orphan Asylum.

National Register of Historic Places in New Jersey New Jersey Institute of Technology Residential buildings completed in 1857
Newark Bay (South Georgia)

Newark Bay is a bay 3 miles (4.8 km) long, entered at the southeast end of Fanning Ridge, along the south coast of South Georgia. The presence of this bay seems to have been first noted in 1819 by a Russian expedition under Bellingshausen, who roughly charted a small inlet in this approximate position. The name dates back to about 1927 and has become established for the feature.

Bays of South Georgia
Newark Rural District

Newark was a rural district in Nottinghamshire, England from 1894 to 1974. It was formed by the Local Government Act 1894 from the Newark rural sanitary district. The district was long and thin, being far more distance from the far north to the far south than it was lengthwise, as much of the Newark RSD had been in Lincolnshire, and went to form the Claypole Rural District.

History of Nottinghamshire Districts of England created by the Local Government Act 1894 Districts of England abolished by the Local Government Act 1972 Rural districts of England Local government in Nottinghamshire
HMS Newark (1695)

HMS Newark was an 80-gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched at Hull on 3 June 1695. She was rebuilt according to the 1706 Establishment at Chatham Dockyard, and relaunched on 29 July 1717. During this rebuild an extra gundeck was added to make her a three-decker, instead of the two-decker as which she had been originally built. She continued to be classified as a third rate, however.

1690s ships Ships of the line of the Royal Navy
Government Center, Newark, New Jersey

Government Center is an area of Downtown Newark that is named for the presence of government buildings centered around a plaza known as Federal Square. The district is just south of Four Corners on the east side of Broad Street and the Prudential Center and north of Newark Symphony Hall and the The Coast neighborhood. To the west near Mulberry Street is the area that at one time was Newark's Chinatown. , and host to restaurants serving the district and the sports center.

Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Newark City School District

Newark City School District is a public school district in the city of Newark, Ohio. The district is the largest in Licking County, with nearly 7,000 students.

School districts in Ohio Newark, Ohio Education in Licking County, Ohio
Ferry Street (Newark)

Relief of Newark

The Relief of Newark was a Royalist victory during the First English Civil War. It was a personal victory for Prince Rupert of the Rhine, and it resulted in the Royalists holding Newark-on-Trent until very near the end of the War.

Conflicts in 1644 1644 in England Military history of Nottinghamshire Battles of the English Civil Wars
Newark Sailors

Newark and Passaic Railway

The Newark and Passaic Railway was incorporated on Nov 22, 1889 by the Lehigh Valley Railroad (LVRR). It was chartered as a short line in Newark, New Jersey from the Passaic River to a connection with the LVRR's Newark and Roselle Railway near Pennsylvania Avenue in Newark. The lower mile of its length closed a gap in the route of the LVRR from South Plainfield to Jersey City. In 1891 the LVRR consolidated the railroads along the Jersey City route into the Lehigh Valley Terminal Railway.

Railway companies established in 1889 Railway companies disestablished in 1891 Predecessors of the Lehigh Valley Railroad 1889 establishments in the United States Defunct New Jersey railroads
Newark High School (Ohio)

Newark High School is a public high school in Newark, Ohio. It houses a little more than 2,000 students. It is the only high school in the Newark City Schools district. Newark High School previously featured a college campus that is now under construction. The renovations will turn the school into a single building and is expected to be finished by school year start 2012. An additional 150 students attend the The Career and Technical Education Center (C-TEC) associated with the school.

High schools in Licking County, Ohio Newark, Ohio
Ohio State University, Newark Campus

The Ohio State University at Newark campus in Licking County, Ohio is a coeducational public university founded in 1957 as the first OSU regional campus. During its early years, classes were held at an old Newark High School. In 1966, over one million dollars pledged by 7,000 local citizens to match funds from the state legislature supported the cost of buying 155 acres (0.63 km) of land and constructing the first building, Founders Hall, which opened in 1968.

Ohio State University campuses Education in Licking County, Ohio American Association of State Colleges and Universities Educational institutions established in 1958 Newark, Ohio Buildings and structures in Licking County, Ohio
Newark Castle

Newark, Wisconsin

Newark is a town in Rock County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 1,571 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of Newark is located in the town.

Towns in Rock County, Wisconsin
Wilmington/Newark Line

The Wilmington/Newark is a route of the SEPTA Regional Rail commuter rail system in the Philadelphia area. The line serves southeastern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware, with stations in Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania, Wilmington, Delaware, and Newark, Delaware.

SEPTA Regional Rail Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington Railroad lines
Newark Stars

The Newark Stars were a Negro league baseball team in the Eastern Colored League, based in Newark, New Jersey, in 1926. The Stars disbanded mid-season, and only won one game.

Sports in Newark, New Jersey Negro league baseball teams
Newark Township, Michigan

Newark Township is a civil township of Gratiot County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 1,149 at the 2000 census.

Townships in Gratiot County, Michigan
Newark-Liberty

Newark Athlete

Newark Athlete is a 1891 American short film directed and produced by William K. L. Dickson. The film, roughly ten seconds in length, displays a young athlete swinging Indian clubs. It was filmed in May or June 1891, in Edison's Black Maria studio. The film was made to be viewed using Thomas Edison's Kinetoscope. In 2010, Newark Athlete was chosen by the United States National Film Preservation Board for preservation in the Library of Congress' National Film Registry.

Films directed by William Kennedy Dickson United States National Film Registry films American films Black-and-white films American silent short films 1891 films
Syrian Catholic Eparchy of Our Lady of Deliverance of Newark

The Eparchy of Our Lady of Deliverance of Newark is an eparchy of the Syrian Catholic Church, an Eastern Catholic church in communion with the Roman Catholic Church. The territory of the eparchy encompasses the entire United States and Canada. It is based at Newark, New Jersey, and it is estimated to have 13,800 faithful (2010). Bishop Yousif Benham Habash has led the eparchy since April 2010.

Religious organizations established in 1995 Eastern Catholic dioceses Roman Catholic dioceses in the United States Syriac Catholic Church Roman Catholic dioceses and prelatures established in the 20th century Christianity in New Jersey
Newark Catholic High School

Newark Catholic High School is a private, Catholic co-educational high school located in Newark, Ohio in Licking County. It is operated by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Columbus.

High schools in Licking County, Ohio Private schools in Ohio Newark, Ohio Roman Catholic secondary schools in Ohio
Fairmount, Newark, New Jersey

Fairmount is a neighborhood in the West Ward of Newark, New Jersey. Its population is mostly African American, of varying economic statuses. Central Avenue is the major street, though its commerce is considerably reduced from the Industrial Era heyday. The neighborhood is officially bounded by South Orange Avenue on the south, the Garden State Parkway on the west, Interstate 280 on the north, and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey on the east.

Populated places in New Jersey with African American majority populations Populated places in Essex County, New Jersey Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Central Ward, Newark, New Jersey

Central Ward is the heart of Newark. It was initially populated by Connecticut Puritans, became for a time primarily Jewish, and is currently primarily African-American. It is bordered roughly by Avon Avenue on the south (south ward), South Orange Avenue on the north (north ward), Ironbound (also known as the east ward) on the east, the west ward and the city of Irvington on the west.

Municipal legislative districts of the United States Populated places in New Jersey with African American majority populations Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Pabrico, Newark, California

Pabrico (formerly, Pabrico Siding) is neighborhood of Newark in Alameda County, California. It lies at an elevation of 52 feet (16 m). It was formerly an unincorporated community. Pabrico is named after Oakland Paving Brick Co. operated here from 1901 to 1912.

Populated places in Alameda County, California
Newark Assembly

Newark Assembly was a Chrysler automobile factory in Newark, Delaware.

Defunct companies based in Delaware Buildings and structures in New Castle County, Delaware Motor vehicle assembly plants in Delaware New Castle County, Delaware Chrysler factories
Newark Little Giants

The Newark Little Giants were a professional baseball team based in Newark, New Jersey in the late 1880s. They played in the Eastern League for one year until moving to the International League (considered a major league) in 1887. Newark featured the first all African-American battery with George Stovey, pitching a 2.46 ERA, and catcher Moses Fleetwood Walker (also first African-American to play in the majors), who had a .264 batting average. The Little Giants went out of business in 1888.

Sports in Newark, New Jersey Sports clubs established in 1886 Defunct baseball teams in the United States Sports clubs disestablished in 1891
Newark, West Virginia

Newark (also Pribble Mills) is an unincorporated community in Wirt County, West Virginia, United States. Its elevation is 643 feet (196 m).

Populated places in Wirt County, West Virginia Unincorporated communities in West Virginia
Branch Brook Park (NLR station)

Branch Brook Park Station is a station located at Anthony Place (formerly North 5 Street) north of Heller Parkway on the Newark City Subway branch of the Newark Light Rail. This station was opened in 2001 to replace a previous streetcar loop at this stop, then called Franklin Avenue Station to allow for longer vehicles to be used that replaced the PCC streetcars that previously ran the line, and also replaced the now-shuttered Heller Parkway Station just one block south.

Railway stations opened in 2001 Newark Light Rail stations
Parkview Elementary Schools

Parkview School District currently operates 3 elementary schools. They are Orfordville Elementary School (biggest), Footville Elementary School, and Newark Elementary School (smallest). Orfordville Elementary School is the biggest, and houses about 2/3 of the district's 3rd and 4th graders. It also educates all of the 5th and 6th graders. Footville Elementary School educates about 2/3 of the district's Pre-K through 2nd graders. All Footville kids go to Orfordville for 3rd through 6th grades.

Elementary schools in Wisconsin Schools in Rock County, Wisconsin
Newark F.C.

Newark Football Club was an early twentieth century U.S. soccer team which played in several leagues including the National Association Football League and Eastern Soccer League.

National Association Football League teams New Jersey soccer clubs Defunct soccer clubs in the United States
Newark Torc

The Newark Torc is a complete Iron Age gold alloy torc found by a metal detectorist on the outskirts of Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England in February 2005. The torc is made from electrum, an alloy of gold, silver and copper, weighs 700 grams (1.5 lbs) and is 20 cm in diameter. The body is formed from rolled gold alloy wires, which had then been plaited into eight thin ropes then twisted together. The terminals are ring-shaped and bear floral and point-work designs.

Metal detecting finds in England Treasure troves of the Iron Age Torcs Newark-on-Trent Iron Age Europe Archaeological sites in Nottinghamshire Treasure troves in England
Newark, Texas

Newark is a city in Tarrant and Wise counties in the U.S. state of Texas. The population was 1,005 at the 2010 census.

Cities in Texas Populated places in Wise County, Texas Dallas – Fort Worth Metroplex Populated places in Tarrant County, Texas
The Newark Museum

Newark Valley (Nevada)

Newark Valley is one of the Central Nevada Desert Basins and an eponym for the Little Smoky-Newark Watershed.

Valleys of Nevada
Chinatown, Newark

Newark's Chinatown was an ethnic enclave with a large percentage of Chinese immigrants, centered along Market Street in Newark, New Jersey from 1875 and remaining on some scale for nearly one hundred years. The center of the neighborhood was directly east of the Government Center neighborhood. The first Chinese businesses appeared in Newark in the second half of the 19th century and in the early part of the 20th century. By the 1920s, the small area had a Chinese population of over 3000.

Chinatowns in the United States Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey Populated places established in 1875
Newark wapentake

Newark was a wapentake (equivalent to a hundred) of the historic county of Nottinghamshire, England. It was in the east of the county with the River Trent forming most of the western boundary.

Ancient subdivisions of Nottinghamshire
Rutgers University School of Public Affairs and Administration

The School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) at Rutgers-Newark educates and motivates students to choose careers in public service and administration through its innovative and comprehensive undergraduate, Master of Public Administration (MPA), Executive MPA, PhD and professional and graduate certificate programs.

Universities and colleges in New Jersey Rutgers University colleges and schools Education in Newark, New Jersey Public administration schools in the United States
Newark Legal Center

The Newark Legal Center, also known as One Riverfront Center, is an office building in Newark, New Jersey located along the banks of the Passaic River and connected by a skywalk over Raymond Boulevard to Gateway Center and Penn Station. Originally developed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the twenty story tower contains condominium and rental office space geared to the legal profession.

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Skyscrapers between 100 and 149 meters Skyscrapers in Newark, New Jersey
University Hospital (Newark, New Jersey)

The University Hospital is the teaching hospital of the New Jersey Medical School in Newark, New Jersey.

University hospitals in the United States Hospitals established in 1882 University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Hospitals in New Jersey
Newark Castle, Fife

Newark Castle is a ruin located just outside the town of St Monans, on the east coast of Fife, Scotland. Building on the site probably dates back to the 13th century at which time the Scottish king Alexander III (1241 - 1286) spent some of his childhood there.

Listed castles in Scotland Listed buildings in Fife Category B listed buildings in Scotland Castles in Fife
Henry of Newark

Henry of Newark (died 15 August 1299) was a medieval Archbishop of York.

Deans of York Archbishops of York 13th-century Roman Catholic archbishops Archdeacons of Richmond 1299 deaths
USS Ringgold (DD-89)

USS Ringgold (DD-89) was a Wickes-class destroyer in the United States Navy during the World War I, later transferred to the Royal Navy as a Town class destroyer named HMS Newark. The first ship named in honor of Rear Admiral Cadwalader Ringgold, she was launched 14 April 1918 by Union Iron Works, San Francisco, California, sponsored by Mrs. David W. Farquhar; and commissioned 14 November 1918 at Mare Island Navy Yard, Commander Louis P. Davis in command.

Town class destroyers of the Royal Navy Ships transferred from the United States Navy to the Royal Navy Town class destroyers converted from Wickes class destroyers 1918 ships Wickes class destroyers Ships built in San Francisco, California World War II destroyers of the United Kingdom
Christ the King Preparatory School (New Jersey)

Christ The King Preparatory School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Newark, New Jersey. The school opened in the 2007 school year with an initial freshman class of 100 students, and operates within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark.

High schools in Essex County, New Jersey Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark Roman Catholic secondary schools in New Jersey Educational institutions established in 2007 2007 establishments in the United States Cristo Rey Network
Newark Railway

The Newark Railway was incorporated on December 10, 1890 and was a short, 1-mile connection between the Lehigh Valley Railroad's Newark and Roselle Railway and the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR). Upon completion on Feb 16, 1891, all passenger traffic, which had previously been routed to the PRR at Metuchen, instead took the route from South Plainfield to Newark, where it connected with the PRR and continued to the PRR station in Jersey City.

Railway companies established in 1890 Defunct New Jersey railroads Railway companies disestablished in 1891 Predecessors of the Lehigh Valley Railroad
P4 (AirTrain Newark station)

P4 is a station on AirTrain Newark. It has 2 tracks and 1 island platform. It serves a large lot on the right side. It also serves courtesy vans that stop there. It is accessible from that lot and Martin Road. The next stop to the north is Newark Rail station. The next stop to the south is Terminal C. The station opened on May 31, 1996.

Railway stations opened in 1996 AirTrain Newark stations
Charles Pierrepont, 4th Earl Manvers

Charles William Sydney Pierrepont, 4th Earl Manvers (2 August 1854 – 17 July 1926), known as Viscount Newark from 1860 to 1900, was a British nobleman and Conservative Party politician.

South Nottinghamshire Hussars officers 1926 deaths UK MPs 1886–1892 1854 births Members of the United Kingdom Parliament for English constituencies Grenadier Guards officers UK MPs 1885–1886 UK MPs 1895–1900 Conservative Party (UK) MPs Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry officers UK MPs 1892–1895 Earls in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
Terminal B (AirTrain Newark station)

Terminal B is a station on AirTrain Newark. It has 2 tracks and 1 island platform. The stop was built inside the terminal so there is no passageway needed. Air Canada, Delta/KLM and other international airlines are housed here. This terminal has food courts and other airport services like the other terminals. The Airtrain runs to the rear of the terminals, while the roadways are in front. The next stop to the north is Terminal C. The next stop to the south is Terminal A.

Railway stations opened in 1996 AirTrain Newark stations
Newark Army Air Base

Newark Corporation

Newark Corporation, sometimes called Newark Electronics or simply Newark, is a Chicago-based electronic components distribution company serving most of North America. Founded in 1934 as Newark Electric, a small Chicago shop selling radio parts, the company is now a subsidiary of catalog distributor Premier Farnell and is the seventh largest electronics distributor worldwide. The name Newark pays homage to Newark, NJ, the site of the nation’s first and largest radio station.

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Newark Airport

Airport disambiguation
P2 (AirTrain Newark station)

P2 is a station on AirTrain Newark. It has 2 tracks and 1 island platform. It is the stop for car rentals, both on-airport and off-airport. The next stop to the north is P3. The next stop to the south is P1. The station opened on May 31, 1996.

Railway stations opened in 1996 AirTrain Newark stations
Police v. City of Newark

Police v. City of Newark, 170 F.3d 359 (3d Cir. 1999), is a case that was argued before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals on 1998-06-25 and decided on 1999-03-03. The decision was inspected during the Samuel Alito Supreme Court nomination. In this case, the City of Newark had ordered its police officers to be clean-shaven; however, it made an exception for medical conditions.

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P3 (AirTrain Newark station)

P3 is a station on AirTrain Newark. It has 2 tracks and 1 island platform. It is the stop for most rental car companies and Parking Rows 1 through 8. After leaving P3, there is a track that appears to be a yard lead. It is too far off to the distance to see the yard. However, this track skirts the edge of Parking Lot 3. The next stop to the north is Terminal A. The next stop to the south is P2. The station opened on May 31, 1996.

Railway stations opened in 1996 AirTrain Newark stations
Samantha Newark

Samantha Newark (born on June 27) is a British-American singer and voice actress. Newark is best known for her voice-over work on the animated 1980s cartoon series Jem as the speaking voice of Jerrica/Jem (Britta Phillips was the singing voice). Other voice-over credits include guest-starring on the original Transformers and the British voice of a young Peter Pan's mother in "Hook" as well as many TV and radio commercials.

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Mount Pleasant, Newark, New Jersey

Mt. Pleasant is another name for the lower Broadway neighborhood of Newark, New Jersey, USA. It is an Urban Enterprise Zone and is poor. It is named for the hill overlooking the Passaic River on which it rests.

Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Terminal A (AirTrain Newark station)

Terminal A is a station on AirTrain Newark. It has 2 tracks and 1 island platform. The stop was built inside the terminal so there is no passageway needed. The Airtrain runs to the rear of the terminals, while the roadways are in front. The next stop to the north is Terminal B. The next stop to the south is P3. The station opened on May 31, 1996.

Railway stations opened in 1996 AirTrain Newark stations
Terminal C (AirTrain Newark station)

Terminal C is a station on AirTrain Newark. It has 2 tracks and 1 island platform. This is the first of the 3 terminal stops. The stop is located directly inside the terminal, at the rear. The next stop to the north is P4. The next stop to the south is Terminal B. The station opened on May 31, 1996.

Railway stations opened in 1996 AirTrain Newark stations
United States Post Office (Newark, New York)

US Post Office-Newark is an historic post office building located at Newark in Wayne County, New York. It was designed and built in 1911–1913 and is one of a number of post offices in New York State designed by the Office of the Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department, James Knox Taylor. The original, main block is a 1-story, five-by-three-bay building clad in stucco and executed in the Classical Revival style. The large rear wing was added to the building in 1938–1939.

Post office buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in New York Government buildings completed in 1913 Classical Revival architecture in New York Buildings and structures in Wayne County, New York
Newark Priory

Newark Priory is a ruined priory located near the village of Pyrford in Surrey, England

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Newark Jewish Chronicle

The Newark Jewish Chronicle was a daily newspaper published in Newark, New Jersey by Anton Kaufman from 1921 to January 8, 1943. By 1942 it was the last remaining Jewish newspaper in Newark, New Jersey.

1921 establishments in the United States Publications established in 1921 Defunct newspapers of New Jersey
Division of Global Affairs, Rutgers University – Newark

Government Center (Newark)

Lord Newark

The title Lord Newark was a Lordship of Parliament in the Peerage of Scotland, created in 1661 and extinct in 1694, though the title continued to be claimed until the 19th century.

Lordships of Parliament Peerage of Scotland
Newark Browns

The Newark Browns were a Negro league baseball team in the East-West League, based in Newark, New Jersey, in 1932. The Browns were managed by John Beckwith.

Sports in Newark, New Jersey Negro league baseball teams
Newark Junior High School

Newark Junior High School is the only junior high school in Newark, California. It was once Newark High, but was consolidated when the city made changes to the district layout. The school's layout and design still reflect its original purpose, with large fields and a stadium that were used at one time for high school athletics which now dwarf the school's athletic programs. It is located on Lafayette Avenue, with its stadium overlooking Newark Boulevard.

Schools in Alameda County, California Public middle schools in California
Mount Olivet Cemetery, Newark

Mount Olivet Cemetery is a cemetery in Newark in the U.S. state of New Jersey.

Cemeteries in Essex County, New Jersey Geography of Newark, New Jersey
P1 (AirTrain Newark station)

P1 is a station on AirTrain Newark. It has 2 tracks and 1 island platform. It is the southern terminal for the route. It serves Parking Rows 9 through 52. The next stop to the north is P2. The station opened on May 31, 1996.

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Newark Post

The Newark Post is a local newspaper for the city of Newark, Delaware. It features local news, crime reports, and a section on events at local schools and at the University of Delaware. The Newark Post was founded in 1910, by Everett C. Johnson who later went on to become Secretary of State of Delaware. The first issue came out on January 26.

Newspapers published in Delaware Publications established in 1910 Newark, Delaware
Mayor of East Newark, New Jersey

Mayors of East Newark, New Jersey Joseph R. Smith 2011 to present Harry R. Lawson (?-1968) 1957 to 1961. Cornelius Augustine McGlennon (1878–1931) 1907 to 1919. Edward Kenny (mayor) 1895 to ?, he was the first mayor.

Mayors of East Newark, New Jersey
Yonkers Chiefs

The Yonkers Chiefs were an American basketball team based in Yonkers, New York that was a member of the American Basketball League. The team was previously known as the Newark Bobcats. The team folded during their only season.

Defunct basketball teams Basketball teams in New York City
Newark Skyline

East Newark School District

The East Newark School District is a community public school district that serves students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade from East Newark, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2007-08 school year, the district's one school had an enrollment of 225 students and 13.0 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 17.3. The district is classified by the New Jersey Department of Education as being in District Factor Group "A", the lowest of eight groupings.

School districts in Hudson County, New Jersey New Jersey District Factor Group A
Harrison Park (Newark)

Harrison Park is a former baseball ground located in Harrison, New Jersey, a city adjacent to Newark, New Jersey. The ground was home to the Newark Pepper of the Federal League in 1915. The field was also called "Peppers Park" or "Peps Park". The ballpark was located within the city limits of Harrison, a block and a half east of the Passaic River. Home plate was in the northwest corner.

Defunct baseball venues Sports venues in New Jersey
Newark, Michigan

Newark Eurekas

[edit] Eureka Baseball Club of Newark The Eureka team was part of the NABBP in the 1850's and 1860's. The Eureka Club first began playing other members of the NABBP in 1860. They played at a field at Ferry Street and Adams Street in the Ironbound.

National Association of Base Ball Players teams Professional baseball teams in New Jersey
Newark Showground

Newark Showground is a showground in Newark, Nottinghamshire. It makes up 200 acres (0.81 km) of the former RAF Winthorpe Airfield which were purchased in 1964 by the Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society.

Visitor attractions in Nottinghamshire Buildings and structures in Nottinghamshire
Kresge-Newark

Kresge-Newark was an upper-middle market department store based in Newark, New Jersey. The firm was started in the 1920s when its founder Sebastian Kresge purchased the Plautt Department store in downtown Newark and rebranded the business Kresge-Newark. This store had no management connection to the S.S. Kresge 5 & 10 chain based in Detroit, Michigan. Kresge built a handsome flagship store that occupied an entire city block.

Defunct department stores of the United States Companies based in Newark, New Jersey Defunct companies based in New Jersey
Central High School (Newark, New Jersey)

Central High School is a four-year public high school located in Newark, New Jersey, United States, as part of the Newark Public Schools. As of the 2005-06 school year, the school had an enrollment of 862 students and 87.0 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 9.9. The school was the 5th-ranked public high school in New Jersey out of 316 schools statewide, in New Jersey Monthly magazine's September 2008 cover story on the state's Top Public High Schools.

High schools in Essex County, New Jersey Educational institutions established in 1910
West Side, Newark, New Jersey

The West Side neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey, is bounded on the east by Bergen Street, on the south by Rose Terrace and Avon Avenue, on the west by Irvington and on the north by South Orange Avenue. The main roads running through the neighborhood are Bergen Street, South Orange Avenue and Springfield Avenue. The mostly residential neighborhood is home to Woodland Cemetery and West Side Park.

Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Newark Velodrome

The Newark Velodrome was a state-of-the-art bicycle track measuring six laps to the mile, or over 300 yards around. The track was built in 1907 and was located on South Orange Avenue in Newark, New Jersey. The Newark Tornadoes of the National Football League also played several "home" games on the tracks grassy infield, during the 1930 season, while the other "home" games were played at Newark Schools Stadium.

Sports in Newark, New Jersey American football venues in New Jersey Cycle racing in the United States Orange/Newark Tornadoes Defunct National Football League venues Velodromes in the United States Sports venues in New Jersey
Viscount Newark

The title Viscount Newark has been created twice, both times with the subsidiary title of Baron Pierrepont. The first creation was in 1628 in the Peerage of England for Robert Pierrepont. The first Viscount was created Earl of Kingston-upon-Hull in 1628, and the third Earl was created Duke of Kingston-upon-Hull in 1715 in the Peerage of Great Britain. All the titles became extinct upon the death of the second Duke in 1773.

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Rutgers-Newark Scarlet Raiders

List of people from Newark, New Jersey

This is a list of notable people from Newark, New Jersey. This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.

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Newark Township, Licking County, Ohio

Newark Township is one of the twenty-five townships of Licking County, Ohio, United States. The 2000 census found 1,976 people in the township.

Townships in Licking County, Ohio Columbus, Ohio metropolitan area
Newark Tech High School

Newark Tech High School is a regional public high school located in Newark, that offers occupational and academic instruction for students in Essex County, New Jersey, United States, operating as part of the Essex County Vocational Technical Schools. As of the 2009-10 school year, the school had an enrollment of 622 students and 59 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 10.54. Newark Tech has a new Principal, Mr. Oge Denis Jr. Ed. S.

High schools in Essex County, New Jersey
Bridge Street Bridge (Newark)

The Bridge Street Bridge is a swing bridge over the Passaic River. It connects Newark and Harrison, New Jersey. The road is officially County Route 508 and is known as Bridge Street on the Newark side and Harrison Avenue on the Harrison side. It is a Rim-bearing Pratt thru truss swing span supported on ashlar substructure with concrete caps. It opened in 1913 and is still able to open to allow marine traffic to pass underneath.

Road bridges in New Jersey Transportation in Essex County, New Jersey Passaic River Bridges completed in 1913 Buildings and structures in Newark, New Jersey Transportation in Hudson County, New Jersey
Newark Schools Stadium

Newark Schools Stadium (nicknamed "The Old Lady of Bloomfield Avenue") was a reinforced concrete horseshoe-shaped stadium located on Bloomfield Avenue in Newark, New Jersey. The stadium was used primary for football and was built in 1925. It was the home of the Newark Tornadoes of the National Football League during the 1930 season. The stadium was used for high school football until 2006.

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USS Newark (CL-108)

USS Newark (CL-108) was a Fargo-class light cruiser of the United States Navy that was scrapped prior to completion. Newark was laid down on 17 January 1944, but her construction was canceled on 12 August 1945, when 67.8% completed. The hulk was subsequently launched in December 1945 for use in underwater explosion tests. In March 1948, she was towed from Norfolk Navy Yard to the test area near the mouth of the Patuxent River in Chesapeake Bay and participated in tests until July 1948.

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Chase-Newark

Chase-Newark was a short lived, upper middle-market Department Store based in Newark, New Jersey. The company also operated 2 suburban stores during its three year history. Chase-Newark was founded early in 1964 when David Chase purchased the Kresge-Newark Department stores from the Kresge Foundation, and leased back 5 floors of the downtown Newark location [1 1]. When Sebastian Kresge (the founder of Kresge-Newark) died a foundation was set up to run the stores that bore his name.

Defunct department stores of the United States
List of Newark Bears (AFL) players

The following people played for the Bears for at least one game in the 1926 AFL regular season, the only one of the team’s (and the league’s) existence: Position later known as quarterback Also played tackle Played fullback and tailback Also played end After the Newark Bears folded, for the Boston Bulldogs for rest of 1926 season Also played center Played fullback and blocking back

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Newark Days

[edit] Overview Newark Days is an annual celebration that takes place in Newark, California every September. In its current form, it starts on a Thursday in mid to late September, and ends on the following Sunday making. Among the most notable events, a carnival takes place throughout the four days, and a parade comes through the city on the Saturday of the festival. Additionally there is a running event that takes place before the parade called the "Newark Mile" on Newark Boulevard.

Festivals in California Visitor attractions in Alameda County, California
Diocese of Newark

Newark College

Newark Valley (village), New York

Newark Valley is a village in Tioga County, New York, USA. The population was 997 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Binghamton Metropolitan Statistical Area. The village is named after the city of Newark, New Jersey. Newark Valley is in the western part of the Town of Newark Valley and is northwest of Binghamton, New York.

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USS Newark

United States Navy ship names United States Navy New Jersey-related ships
1930 Newark Tornadoes season

The 1930 Newark Tornadoes season was their second and final in the league. The team failed to improve on their previous output of 3-5-4, winning only one game. Playing, and losing, eight games in October, they finished eleventh in the league.

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Newark Barge Bandits

The Newark Barge Bandits were a North Atlantic Baseball League baseball team that played from 1995 to 1996. They went 37-21 in their first year of existence, winning the league pennant. In 1996, they went 38-35. They played their home games at Colburn Park. Major league player Kiko Garcia played for them. Pitcher Germaine Hunter was drafted by the Boston Red Sox. Catcher Rob Zachmann was drafted by the Seattle Mariners.

Defunct minor league baseball teams Sports clubs established in 1995
Newark and Sherwood local elections

Newark and Sherwood District Council in Nottinghamshire, England is elected every four years.

Council elections in the East Midlands Council elections in Nottinghamshire Newark and Sherwood
Newark Adriatics

[edit] Adriatic Base Ball Club of Newark The Adriatic club was a member of the National Association of Base Ball Players before the American Civil War. The Adriatics first played another member in September 1857 and joined the NABBP for the 1858 to 1861 seasons.

National Association of Base Ball Players teams Professional baseball teams in New Jersey
Newark-Heath Airport

Newark-Heath Airport is a public airport located in Heath, Ohio. It is three miles (5 km) southwest of the central business district of Newark, a city in Licking County, Ohio, United States. It is owned by the Licking County Regional Airport Authority. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Newark-Heath Airport is assigned VTA by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA.

Airports in Ohio Buildings and structures in Licking County, Ohio Transportation in Licking County, Ohio
Newark Falcons

The Newark Falcons were an American soccer club based in Newark, New Jersey that was a member of the American Soccer League. The club was previously known as Falcons-Warsaw. The team disbanded during the 1966-67 season.

New Jersey soccer clubs American Soccer League (1933–1983) teams Defunct soccer clubs in the United States
New York-Newark-Bridgeport

Newark North Gate station

Springfield/Belmont, Newark, New Jersey

Springfield/Belmont is a Central Ward neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey, in the United States. It is unofficially bounded by South Orange Avenue in the north, Avon Avenue in the south, Martin Luther King Boulevards and University Avenues on the east, and Bergen Street in the west. At one point, this was the "shtetl" of Eastern European Jews.

Populated places in New Jersey with African American majority populations Populated places in Essex County, New Jersey Neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey
Newark Township

Township name disambiguation pages
Newark Charter School

Newark Charter School is a public charter school located in Newark, Delaware that serves children from kindergarten to eighth grade. As of June 2010, 1286 students were enrolled in the school. The school uses the Core Knowledge curriculum. The school is open to all residents of the state of Delaware. If the number of applications for any openings in the school exceed the space available, a lottery is used to select students.

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Five Corners, Newark

Five Corners is the local name of an intersection of five streets in the Ironbound section of Newark, New Jersey. It is the convergence of Wilson Avenue, Merchant Street, Ferry Street (the Ironbound's most well-known street) and East Ferry Street, the latter two being part of the route of the former Lincoln Highway.

Transportation in Newark, New Jersey Geography of Newark, New Jersey
John Stuart (judge)

Sir John Stuart (1793 – 29 Oct 1876) was a British Conservative Party politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1846 to 1852, before becoming a judge.

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The Newark Targum

The Newark Targum is a weekly student newspaper published by the TargumPublishing Company for the student population of the Newark campus of Rutgers University. It is a weekly paper, with a circulation of 5,000 copies, printed each Wednesday during the academic year. It exists as a bi-fold tabloid-sized newspaper, similar to the Daily Targum the daily newspaper at Rutgers University published since 1869 on the university's main campus in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Student newspapers published in New Jersey Publications established in 2006 Rutgers University
Newark, N. J.

Newark Metropolitan Airport Buildings

The Newark Metropolitan Airport Buildings, are located at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey. Newark Metropolitan, opened in 1928, was the first major airport in the United States. The trio of Art Deco buildings, the Administration Building, Brewster Hangar and the Medical Building, were built in 1934 and dedicated by Amelia Earhart in 1935. They were added to state and federal registers of historic places in 1980.

Art Deco architecture in New Jersey National Register of Historic Places in New Jersey Buildings and structures in Newark, New Jersey Buildings and structures completed in 1934
Newark Collegiate Academy

Newark Collegiate Academy (NCA) is a charter high school located in Newark, New Jersey operating as part of the TEAM network of charter schools in Newark run by the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP). NCA opened in August 2007 and currently serves 420 students in grades 9-12. It will ultimately serve over 570 students, mostly matriculating from TEAM's middle schools, Rise and TEAM Academies. The quality of education received at NCA rivals the top boarding and private schools in the country.

Educational institutions established in 2007 Charter schools in New Jersey High schools in Essex County, New Jersey Education in Newark, New Jersey
Newark Valley (town), New York

Newark Valley is a town in Tioga County, New York, USA. The population was 3,946 at the 2010 census. The town is named after the city of Newark, New Jersey. The city of Newark Valley contains a town also named Town of Newark Valley which in turn contains a village also named Newark Valley. The town is located in the northeast part of the county and is northwest of Binghamton, New York.

Binghamton metropolitan area Towns in New York Populated places in Tioga County, New York
Council for Higher Education in Newark

Started in 1971, the Council for Higher Education in Newark, CHEN, consists of four public institutions of higher learning in Newark, New Jersey including: the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Rutgers-Newark, and Essex County College. The schools are all located in the city's University Heights neighborhood which borders downtown. The institutions that make up CHEN are organized as an unincorporated association.

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1915 Newark Peppers season

The 1915 Newark Peppers season was a season in American baseball. After the 1914 season, the Indianapolis Hoosiers' remaining interest was purchased by Harry F. Sinclair and moved from Indianapolis, Indiana to Newark, New Jersey. The club also sold one of its top players, Benny Kauff, to the Brooklyn Tip-Tops to offset financial losses. After winning the Federal League championship the previous year, the Pepper dropped to 5th place. They finished 80-72, six games behind the Chicago Whales.

1915 Major League Baseball season
Christ Church, Newark

Christ Church, Newark is a parish church in the Church of England in Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire.

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Newark Reservoir

The Newark Reservoir is located just north of downtown Newark, Delaware. Completed in 2006 the newly constructed Newark Reservoir has a 1.8-mile (2.9 km) paved walking trail. (1.1 miles of the trail is the perimeter. ) The site is connected to William M. Redd, Jr. Park to the north and has a wonderful view of the City and surrounding areas. http://de-newark. civicplus. com/index.

Reservoirs in Delaware Landforms of New Castle County, Delaware Protected areas of New Castle County, Delaware
Wilmington Trust Company Bank

Wilmington Trust Company Bank is a historic bank building located at Newark in New Castle County, Delaware. It was built about 1926 and is a one story, rectangular plan brick structure with a cast concrete / cement Neoclassical facade. It was built originally by the Farmer's Trust Company of Newark and converted to a branch of the Wilmington Trust Company when it acquired the former in 1952. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

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List of elected officials in Newark, New Jersey

[edit] Elected Officials, Past and Present Newark, New Jersey was governed by a mayor and common council from 1836 to 1917, and then by a five-member commission until 1954. The present charter provides for a nine-member Council- four-elected city wide and five chosen from wards. The Council members choose their own President and Vice President. The list was prepared with the help of the Newark Public Library.

People from Newark, New Jersey
Newark Township, Kearney County, Nebraska

Newark Township is one of fourteen townships in Kearney County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 230 at the 2000 census. A 2006 estimate placed the township's population at 222.

Kearney micropolitan area Townships in Kearney County, Nebraska
John F. Kennedy Elementary School (Newark, CA)

John F. Kennedy Elementary School is one of the six elementary schools in Newark, California. Coordinates: 37°33′09″N 122°02′32″W / 37.5525°N 122.04222°W / 37.5525; -122.04222

Elementary schools in California Schools in Alameda County, California
Green Mansion (Newark, Delaware)

Green Mansion is a historic home and later commercial building located at Newark in New Castle County, Delaware. It was built about 1882 and is an oblong, three-story, brick building with a flat roofline. It features a green serpentine facade with a two-story bay window at each end, joined in the center by an ornate two-tiered porch featuring paneled columns. It was originally built as a two story residence and expanded in the early 20th century when it began being used for commercial purposes.

Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Delaware Houses in New Castle County, Delaware Houses completed in 1882 Newark, Delaware
HMS Newark (1695) 1

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Newark Central School District

The Newark Central School District is a public school district in New York State that serves approximately 2600 students in the village of Newark and the town of Arcadia in Wayne County with a staff of 270. The average class size is 21 students (all grades). The student-teacher ratio is 11-13:1(elementary), 12:1(middle school), 14:1(high school). Henry Hann is the Superintendent of Schools and Robert Fogel, Jr. is the Assistant Superintendent for Business.

Education in Wayne County, New York School districts in New York

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