In another sign that the world may be slowly getting back to normal, this week after two years of meeting online, the Jersey City Municipal Council returned to City Hall. However, unlike neighbors Newark and Hoboken, Jersey City isn’t giving its residents the option of participating from home.
About Aaron Morrill
Aaron is a writer, musician and lawyer. Aaron attended Berklee College of Music and the State University of New York at Purchase. Aaron served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador. He received a J.D. from Fordham Law School. As a lawyer, Aaron worked as an assistant district attorney in Kings County and a commercial and criminal litigator. He is the founder of Jersey City Times and is currently working on a musical, Food Fighters.
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U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger has named one of the hitmen in the 2014 killing of 52 year-old Michael Galdieri, son of former State Sen. James Galdieri (D-Jersey City).
A well-known political consultant pleaded guilty today in connection with the murder-for-hire of a Jersey City political operative in 2014.
A 32 year-old man was shot and killed in Bergen-Lafayette this afternoon.
A wild shooting involving two cars took place this afternoon near McGinley Square. Minutes later, a carjacking was reported Downtown.
Police are reporting that a man has been shot in Bergen-Lafayette.
The new boundary lines for Jersey City’s Ward F were drawn to silence criticism and minimize oversight of several major developments, believes Councilman Frank Gilmore.
It takes a daring entrepreneur to open a restaurant in the middle of a pandemic. But that’s exactly what Phil Moran, a 40-year restaurant veteran has done by opening New Jersey’s first Hoots Wings in Newport.
A Jersey City man was arrested today in connection with a November homicide in Bergen-Lafayette.
Two men were reportedly shot today in Bergen-Lafayette.