For weeks, in tweets and Facebook posts the city publicized the Fourth of July festivities planned for Exchange Place.
Fireworks may be to blame for a fire last night that destroyed the upper floors of a West Side home.
Thursday at White Eagle Hall, Forget the Whale in Lincoln Park, salsa and merengue at The Factory, and a quietly exciting show at Pet Shop.
Enter the Oculus on Vesey Street, and you’ll pass it: a twelve by sixteen foot work of crocheted wall art done in the colors of the Ukrainian flag. The team of textile artists behind “Peace for Ukraine” have superimposed an image of a dove, complete with an olive branch, atop the bands of sky blue and […]
A former teacher at Dickinson High School has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting two female students while employed as a teacher in Union City and Jersey City.
While the challenges we are facing are daunting, NJCU is resilient and I am confident that with us all working together we will see this emergency through, and write a strong next chapter in our history.
We can vote for a constitutional right to privacy and show how other states can protect the right to choose.
New Jersey lawmakers on Wednesday passed a controversial bill that would open Liberty State Park up to commercialization, to the chagrin of critics who unsuccessfully called for a ban on large-scale development and special protections for an environmentally fragile peninsula there.
This holiday weekend, there are plenty of ways to celebrate right here in Jersey City.
You were a product of affirmative action yet want to dismantle it. You now want to relitigate and take away LGBTQIA+ and women’s rights to be treated equally in this society and to birth control and contraception. Why?