During the past eight years, Campus Kitchen has recovered about 131,000 pounds of unused food from corporate dining halls and cafeterias that its volunteers have redistributed in the form of 110,000 meals to people in temporary or transient lodgings, according to Kitchen Director Erick Sekel.
A new study found that Jersey City ranked 11th nationally for the percentage of new apartments falling into the luxury category.
Jersey City’s Modcup Coffee is garnering raves among java cognoscenti by sourcing, roasting, and brewing beans from the world’s great coffee regions — Ethiopia, Columbia, Yemen, Bali, Costa Rica and beyond.
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.
Winning Events Group has announced that York Street Project will be this year’s beneficiary of the Exchange Place Corporate Challenge 5K race slated for Thursday, June 16 at 6 p.m. in Liberty State Park.
The Hoboken Community Center which provides charitable and community services has announced the lineup for its annual fundraiser, “Taste of Hoboken.”
Japanese agricultural technology company Oishii announced today the opening of a 74,000-square-foot indoor vertical farm in Jersey City to grow its “Omakase” variety of strawberry.
A lawsuit filed last month in New Jersey Superior Court is seeking the repeal of an ordinance that will allow for the construction of a controversial 17 story luxury residential project in Bergen-Lafayette.
Beginning today, New Jersey retail stores may not provide single-use plastic carryout bags and polystyrene foam containers.
Thanks to Jersey City resident and avid runner Steve Lipski, on April 23 next year, Jersey City will get its own marathon, the first the city has hosted and the only one that will take place in the Garden State in 2023.