In what has become an annual ritual, on Monday at the monthly meeting of the Shade Tree Committee, Jersey City’s new forester, Mike DiCiancia, acknowledged that the city’s top priority for trees should be pruning and removals, not planting, something the city has failed to budget for adequately (or even specifically) for fifteen years. In […]
On October 22, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Jersey City Medical Center will offer free mammograms to the uninsured.
he Jersey City Dance Academy marks its 50th Anniversary this month, a milestone the organization will be formally celebrating later this fall.
The tour, which is produced by city’s Office of Cultural Affairs and is being “presented” by Bank of America, comprises 140 locations throughout Jersey City.
The changes added “pedestrian malls or pedestrian plazas” to the list of places where bike riding in Jersey City is not allowed.
Jersey City Theater Center will present two performances of “The Last Match: a Pro-Wrestling Rock Musical.”
The Jersey City Division of Planning will hold a public meeting Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 6:30 p.m., the second in a series of meetings on the draft Redevelopment Plan for the 6th Street Embankment downtown.
A local coalition of Asian Americans today expressed concern about a spate of attacks on Chinese individuals that have taken place in Jersey City since February and called on the Jersey City Police Department to open a special investigation into the incidents.
Jersey City residents can once again apply to the city’s Golden Neighborhood Housing Program, an opportunity for low- and moderate-income residents of the city to receive as much as $150,000 toward the cost of a buying a Jersey City apartment or house.
With technical support from two nonprofit environmental organizations, Jersey City is set to launch a study to identify sources of significant food waste citywide and to recommend strategies for best redistributing large quantities of unused food to the city’s needy.