2021 Year in Review

Most of the lead service lines are gone! After a rocky start, Newark was able to collaborate with Essex County … More

Downtown Lives!

The ongoing COVID-19 epidemic undoubtedly placed a great amount of hardship on Newark. Besides the human toll, Downtown economically suffered … More

The Work Left to be Done

The last decade was much kinder to Newark than the ones preceding it. Development projects have improved large swaths of … More

Letter to the Editors

By Andrew Dwyer This is a follow up on the great article you published on cycling in Newark by Sophie … More

Statues and Limitations

The past five years have seen a historic surge in anti-racist activism, including the removal of racist symbols from urban … More

Welcome to The Newarker

Dear Reader, The Newarker is a quarterly journal of history, culture, and society focused on Newark, New Jersey that celebrates … More