On Wednesday, Tom Bertoli, a former close associate of Mayor Fulop, pled guilty in federal court to a charge contained in a 2020 indictment for tax evasion.
Tom Bertoli, a former close associate and aide to Mayor Fulop, will reportedly enter a plea of guilty to a tax-related charge when he appears before a U.S. District Court judge tomorrow.
According to a new study, employment in Jersey City has made a strong comeback following a big uptick during the Covid-19 pandemic.
If all goes according to schedule, a high-end cannabis dispensary will open next spring on a rowdy section of Christopher Columbus Drive downtown.
A man was apparently shot early this morning in Greenville.
For real estate investors and many city officials, the explosion of new multifamily buildings Downtown has been a welcome development. For others, concerned about gentrification, rising rents and quality of life issues, not so much. According to a new study by StorageCafe.com, between 2013 and 2022, Jersey City saw more multifamily construction in its downtown […]
The mayor’s claim that the Jersey Journal was receiving daily crime reports from the city came as news to many.
Today Governor Phil Murphy announced the acquisition of a nine-mile, 135 acre, former rail line, which will be converted into a new state park and greenway connecting eight Essex and Hudson County communities.
The New Jersey State Board of Education voted yesterday to return full local control to the Jersey City Board of Education, ending more than 30 years of state control of district operations prompted by corruption and mismanagement.
On Saturday, with an eye toward raising the area’s profile, James Dievler corralled a group of volunteers, vendors, and performers to put on the third “Bergen Square Day” along a two block stretch of Bergen Avenue.