A new report claims that Jersey City took 8th place in a national ranking of last year’s “renter hotspots.”
Local Girl Teams up With Grocery Store To Battle Pediatric Cancer
From now through April 30, customers in the tri-state area can “round up” their purchases—or donate $1, $3 or $5 at checkout—to benefit MSK Kids, the pediatric program at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, when they visit Stop & Shop.
Early Morning Fire Destroys Downtown Music Studio and Jiu Jitsu Academy
Early this morning the music stopped for JC Studios when a fire destroyed much of the five story building the business has called home.
Tough New Plastic Bag Ban Goes Into Effect on May 4th
Beginning on May 4, 2022, New Jersey retail stores, grocery stores and food service businesses may not provide or sell single-use plastic carryout bags and polystyrene foam containers.
Planning Board Approves Seven Locations for Cannabis
Last night the Jersey City Planning Board held a special meeting to evaluate a dozen Cannabis Class 5 (retail business) applications with respect to the city’s zoning laws. The meeting lasted seven hours, ending after 12:30 am without board members’ hearing from two applicants.
Hudson Community College Announces Tuition-Free Apprenticeship Program
Hudson County Community College has partnered with Eastern Millwork, Inc., a high-end, automated woodwork manufacturing and installation company, to create a dual-education model to address the challenge of finding skilled workers.
Jersey City Has Fastest Cellular Service in the U.S.
As if St. Peter’s Peacocks’ thrilling victories during March Madness weren’t enough to celebrate, a recent study has crowned Jersey City first in the nation when it comes to cellular service.
A Local Entrepreneur Wants to Make Buying Wine Easy for Regular People
Mark Censits wants you to leave his wine store, Cool Vines, confident you’ve bought just the right spirit for your needs. And he wants to make it easier.
Producer Releases Video Case Study of the Lewis Spears Campaign
A video case study looks back at what a producer believes she and the Lewis Spears campaign were able to accomplish together.
Downtown’s New Pharmacy Aims to Disrupt the Industry
Perhaps the best way to describe Medly is a cross between Doordash, Walgreens and your local trendy “apothecary” doling out homeopathic remedies.