It can be tough catching up on the headlines of the day, be it headlines on Newark or Sudbury home security intrusions or political scandals, if you're a busy person. Somebody at work or at school all day long doesn't always have the time to sit down and read the newspaper every morning. Luckily with the rise of social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter a news story can be broken and passed around in seconds. Add to that the ability to synch devices such as your cell phone or iPod Touch and you can have instant news items sent directly to your phone without having to read a newspaper. So, if you're hanging out at a Newark or Edmonton day spa without access to a newspaper you can still be in tune with what's going on in the world, in the country, or in your local community.
There are still some people out there who only want to get their news the old fashioned way from newspapers or the local news broadcast. If you need to find out about the most recent happenings in the world of New Jersey and want to be updated about what's going on in the Newark area then let us tell you what your options are.
Learn more about the process involved in ACH services
Vance Auctions has those rare stamps needed to add to your collection.
In terms of newspapers your two main sources of information about Newark would be The Star-Ledger and The Record. Those two publications combined have a daily circulation of over 480,000. Reading either publication, or both, will keep you constantly updated with the Newark news of the day. For those of you who need to know what's going on every second of the day or can't find an issue while shopping for organic diapers at the grocery store there are also online versions of the papers. You can read The Star-Ledger online at nj.com/starledger and The Record's website is northjersey.com.
At The Record and The Star-Ledger you'll find news stories about Newark, about New Jersey, national headlines, international news items, sports news, classified ads for on demand hot water heater installation technician, and the weather, just to name a few. Whatever you need to know about you'll be given the details to be informed.
When it comes to television you're going to want to turn your dial to WNET on channel 13 to get your dose of news about Newark and other areas where you can tune in to such shows as PBS NewsHour. Critics and viewers herald this in depth, one-hour news program for it's extensive and thorough coverage of news items.
Twitter feeds, Facebook pages, and mobile phone apps are also handy to use when wanting to know about what's going on in New Jersey and you'll be able to cater your phone or computer to what you want or need such as government press conferences, sports news or manure handling jobs.