As the school year ended, the big news last month concerned the filling of Jersey City Public Schools’ top job. But the Board of Education was also asked to deal with a long running dispute over a now closed community garden that has galvanized many residents of Bergen Hill.
During the heart of Pride Month, Jersey City runners launched The Queer Collective, a running club dreamed up by residents Kristina Nungaray and Jules Bursee, two best friends whose goal is to increase the profile of the LGBTQ+ community in endurance racing.
James Jackson, Jr, a Jersey City-based actor, musician, and cabaret artist, portrays “Thought 2” in Tony award nominated “A Strange Loop.”
Two iconic buildings that have stood in downtown’s Paulus Hook neighborhood since Civil War times were once again spared demolition after a six-hour meeting of the Jersey City Historic Preservation Commission on Tuesday.
A new 60-story apartment tower with 104,000 square feet of retail space on the site of the closed Bed, Bath and Beyond store on Marin Boulevard is the next phase of a long-range redevelopment plan for Jersey City’s Metro Plaza.
Jersey City will get to spotlight two of its talented residents, choreographers Sameena Mitta and Katelyn Halpern, in an upcoming showcase called “Jersey New Moves” June 10 at NJPAC.
“Red Sauce: How Italian Food Became American,” takes you through the fascinating history of how some Italian foods became ubiquitous in the United States.
The Jersey City Board of Education adopted a $973.8 million budget for the 2022-23 academic year at its special meeting Thursday.
Plans to use the third floor of P.S. 39 for a young women’s leadership academy this fall drew concerned parents and students to Thursday’s Jersey City Board of Education meeting.
The event earlier this month gave community members a wide-ranging look at the systems that can keep Jersey City’s young people in cycles of violence.