A 26-year-old man was shot and killed this morning near Grant Avenue and Martin Luther King Drive in Jersey City.
After more than a year’s hiatus due to Covid-19, this September Jersey City-based North River Sing Community Chorus will spring back to life with auditions in August and September, in-person rehearsals for fully vaccinated members, and a new slew of its signature Broadway and jazz standard songs. In January 2022 the chorus will also resume […]
The long and winding march to restore Loew’s Jersey theater in Journal Square took a step forward this week as the city’s Historic Preservation Commission conditionally approved the $72 million restoration job slated to be performed DAE Entertainment 1 Entity LLC.
We sat down with progressive Congressional Candidate Imani Oakley last week and had a wide ranging discussion covering everything from a formative experience with police brutality in Montclair to her desire to see ICE abolished.
A backpack belonging to the occupant of a car stopped by members of the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Task Force has yielded a large quantity of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that is 80-100 times stronger than morphine, and heroin.
For Downtown residents wondering what would become of the retail spaces along Grove Street formerly occupied by Subway, GNC, NJ.com and Remax, we have an answer. According to a spokesperson for the owner, Columbia Property Trust, the storefronts are being built out “in order to be repositioned to attract new tenants to serve this area.”
This month for “In Our Midst,” we’re thrilled to be speaking with Steve Kaplan, member of the 1976 U.S. Olympic fencing team and founder and owner of Cobra Fencing Club in Jersey City.
A Jersey City man has been arrested in connection with the possession and distribution of child pornography.
A resolution condemning Islamophobia and withering reviews for a city food vendor came together with bonds, cannabis, the Exchange Place redesign and affordable housing to make for a wide range of topics at Wednesday’s city council meeting.
The tragic accident that took the life of forty-year-old Jersey City police officer Morton Otundo early this morning is considered the most common type of crash to befall motorcycle riders.