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True Heart Tattoos temporarily shut down for violations

A local tattoo shop was temporarily shutdown after the store was found violating health regulations.

Newly-elected mayor answers questions on goals, new bike plan

Mayor Polly Sierer said she hopes to create a more cohesive relationship between the university and city by reestablishing the currently dissolved Town and Gown Committee.

Newark Bicycle Plan approved by city council

The Newark city council passed the 2014 Newark Bicycle Plan, which has been two years in the making through the efforts of various groups in the community.

Professor calls letter supporting power plant ‘contrived'

Professors claim letter issued by a voluntary group of the EPA supporting the Newark natural gas power plant is misleading and could affect public opinion.

Professor calls letter supporting power plant ‘contrived’

Professors claim letter issued by a voluntary group of the EPA supporting the Newark natural gas power plant is misleading and could affect public opinion.

Officials express concerns over guns in city meetings

Newark residents brought guns to city council meetings, and officials express their concerns on these recent developments.

University, state celebrate Black History Month

This February the state not only honors the contributions of blacks to the nation but also celebrates the 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education.

City surveys interest in community garden

The city is surveying opinion among residents on a community garden proposal.

Is winter session too long?

The Review conducted an informal poll of student body opinion on the university's five-week winter session.

Skaters glided from UD to Sochi Olympics

Olympic skating duo trained at the university.

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