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.
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.
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.
The NJCU board of trustees announced that the school was facing a “financial emergency” resulting from carrying a “recently intensified structural deficit” of $20 million.
Sam Pesin is taking little solace in changes made to a controversial bill that threatens to open Liberty State Park to commercial development.
Jersey City school crossing guards have ratified a tentative contract ending a five year impasse with the city.
For the second time in less than a year, city employees located at the Jackson Square Municipal Complex on Martin Luther King Drive have been reminded of the crime problem in Bergen-Lafayette.
The Jersey City Times has learned that Charles Kushner, the developer of the massive 1 Journal Square apartment complex next door, gave Fulop the initial idea of partnering with the French museum and locating Pompidou x in the Pathside building.