A major contribution from the Hummingbird Foundation has set Camden FireWorks’ ambitious project in motion: a strategic planning endeavor for a new public art program called ‘Art in the Commons.’ In collaboration with Forecast Public Art, FireWorks aims to weave an equitable,
Michael Harper, Camden fire chief, said he plans to apply for $50,000 that will impact six city firehouses and 189 firefighters under his watch.
Supporters say registries aid in medical development and assist healthcare providers identify communities susceptible to specific diseases and illnesses.
Tennyson Donyea, Black In Jersey’s founder and creative visionary, was named “Partner of The Year” for “exceptional contributions to the NJ News Commons.”
Saturday, community and business organizations in North Jersey will host a panel discussion featuring a Super Bowl-winning wide receiver, a state Assemblywoman, a multiplatinum record producer, and several others. It will serve as a kickoff event for MLK Weekend in New Jersey.