“We Outside!!: Historical Hip-Hop Tour” series kicks off tomorrow night — Thursday, August 4 — at The Barrow Mansion (83 Wayne St.), which is back open to the public after a long pandemic-era shutdown.
A spokesman for embattled Councilwoman Amy DeGise says that she has received “numerous death threats and vile pieces of online harassment that she has received in recent days.”
Another cyclist has been the victim of a hit-and-run collision.
Van Chamberlain and Joy Cleaner at Pet Shop, Carlos Pavan in McGiney Square, Water Street and Adrian Danon at Fox + Crow, others.
Like many children in the 1950s, John Scully was fascinated by trains, in his case the Lackawanna Railroad that ran the length of New Jersey, where he grew up, and through Cranberry Lake in Byram Township, where his family had a summer home. Unlike many children, his fascination never wavered, even throughout his adult life. […]
Answers to the many questions surrounding the DeGise hit-and-run must come from an investigative agency independent of Jersey City and Hudson County politics.
A man was admitted to Jersey City Medical Center with life-threatening injuries following a shooting tonight in Greenville.
United in anger over last week’s hit-and-run that sent a bicyclist somersaulting through the air on Martin Luther King Drive, a group of of nearly 100 protesters gathered this afternoon on the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza to call for the resignation of Councilwoman Amy DeGise.
For the second time, an SUV driven through an intersection by a member of “Team Fulop” has touched off a full-blown scandal and raised questions about corruption, privilege and self-dealing by a close political ally of the mayor.
A spokesman for Councilwoman-at-large Amy DeGise has put the kibosh on speculation that she will resign following last week’s hit-and-run, in spite of a report seeming to show that it took DeGise six hours to report the accident to police.