A Jersey City man has been arrested by the FBI and charged with cyberstalking four female former co-workers.
Bank of America is partnering with Liberty Science Center starting this fall to offer students at James J. Ferris High School in Jersey City the opportunity to learn basic cybersecurity skills and immediately upon graduation take entry-level jobs at the bank in “emerging technologies.” Students at Memorial High School in West New York are being made the same offer.
In an interview on News 12 New Jersey, Murphy explained that the widening would permit a “dramatic increase” in the use of electric vehicles.
Two recently introduced bills would extend the period certain senior citizen renters and tenants with disabilities are protected from eviction if their homes are converted into condos, and would require more landlords to provide receipts for cash payments.
New Jersey raked in $4.6 million in tax revenue in the first 10 weeks since recreational cannabis sales launched.
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit brought to stop a controversial 17-story development in Bergen-Lafayette have submitted a settlement proposal to the Jersey City Planning Board.
“We are deeply troubled by the recent resolutions slammed through by the Hoboken and Jersey City municipal councils that oppose the desperately needed widening of the New Jersey Turnpike extension.”
ShopRite wants its SNAP customers to eat more healthful dairy products.
A troubled “CBD Outlet” on the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Mall that has highlighted the difficulty of balancing marijuana legalization and quality of life has been shuttered by authorities over building code violations.
Jersey City Medical Center, an affiliate of RWJ Barnabas Health, will soon boast a dedicated pediatric emergency room thanks to a a $110 million gift from the Abercrombie Guild.