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.
Two recent Hudson County Hi-Tech High School alums recently partnered with a young artist to publish “Eco the Elephant Saves the Jungle,” a picture book for young children about the environment.
At a special meeting on July 20, the Jersey City Division of Commerce gave the owners another week or so to make their case with the community on whether it should be issued an entertainment license.
As part of its “Summer Youth and Teen Program,” Hudson County Community College is offering children aged nine to 15 (who are vaccinated against Covid-19) classes on first aid, SAT preparation, baking, and cooking. All classes are in-person, range in price from $270 to $470, and last one or two weeks. One-time vouchers for $100 per student are available by uploading proof of vaccination.
If it seems like the rent is too damn high in Jersey City, you’re probably not alone.
Jersey City’s two craft beermakers — like their brethren from around New Jersey — are in a big brouhaha with state regulators over a “special ruling” they say threatens their livelihoods and that the state says was crafted to balance the interests of New Jersey’s restaurants.
A new plan that would allow developers to increase the number of apartments in a development in exchange for including affordable units is getting a mixed reception.
The mayor deserves congratulations. The pedestrian mall appears to be an unqualified success.