A 17 year-old has been charged in connection with a February shooting death in Bergen-Lafayette.
June Jones writes that a “vicious and capricious” JCRA wrongly terminated the Morris Canal Community Development Corporation’s project on Communipaw Avenue.
Last night the Jersey City Planning Board held a special meeting to evaluate a dozen Cannabis Class 5 (retail business) applications with respect to the city’s zoning laws. The meeting lasted seven hours, ending after 12:30 am without board members’ hearing from two applicants.
Preservationists are sounding the alarm at St. Peters Prep’s renewed efforts to demolish two historic buildings in the Downtown neighborhood of Paulus Hook.
Hudson County Community College and New Jersey City University have signed an agreement creating a Cybersecurity Dual Admission program.
In many ways, Fernando Uribe shares little politically with those who appear on his podcast Talk on the Hudson, where he conducts weekly interviews with movers and shakers on the local political scene.
Members of the Jersey City Board of Education came together at Thursday night’s meeting to donate nearly $28,000 for survivors of the war in Ukraine and honor those who have fled the country, among them Zoya Tomash, the grandmother of board trustee Natalia Ioffe.
Hudson County Community College has partnered with Eastern Millwork, Inc., a high-end, automated woodwork manufacturing and installation company, to create a dual-education model to address the challenge of finding skilled workers.
“Mothership Connection,” an all-female show that will run at Deep Space Gallery (77 Cornelison Ave.) until Apr. 10, features more than a few artists whose local prominence isn’t merely about aesthetics.
Today a Connecticut man admitted to his role in the 2014 murder of Jersey City political operative Michael Galdieri.