At Wednesday’s meeting, the City Council approved a $292,000 settlement of a suit brought by a man who said he was run down by a police cruiser.
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.
New Jersey will permit delivery services like DoorDash, Uber Eats, and Instacart to deliver alcohol, including cocktails, from restaurants, bars, and liquor stores under a new rule announced by the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control Friday.
ShopRite wants its SNAP customers to eat more healthful dairy products.
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.
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.
“Red Sauce: How Italian Food Became American,” takes you through the fascinating history of how some Italian foods became ubiquitous in the United States.
Beginning today, New Jersey retail stores may not provide single-use plastic carryout bags and polystyrene foam containers.
This weekend, Jersey City is packed with events for everyone. Whether you want to celebrate Earth Day, go wine tasting, or see live music, the city has got you covered.
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.