Tom Bertoli, a businessman and former campaign consultant of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, has been charged with tax evasion, failure to pay taxes, and corrupt interference with administration of Internal Revenue laws. If convicted, he faces hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines and one to five years in prison.
Four hours of rallies at Jersey City City Hall called to protest police brutality end peacefully after several officers “take a knee.”
“Implementing a robust contact tracing program is a key mechanism to break the chain of transmission and slow community spread for individuals who have come into contact with those infected by COVID-19,”
Mayor Fulop unveiled the first phase of Bayfront, the largest mixed-income development site in the region.
Stage Two openings will include outdoor dining for restaurants and indoor, non-essential retail as of June 15th. Beginning on June 22nd, barber shops and salons will be able to reopen.
Union City has required bars and restaurants to install security cameras inside and out. Jersey City has not. Some say CCTV does little to curb crime. Is Jersey City’s approach the right one?
The pace of new borrowing has slowed during Murphy’s tenure. But New Jersey has for years been ranked by many measures as one of the nation’s most indebted states, including debt per capita and debt as a share of gross-domestic product, (GDP).
Last night, Governor Phil Murphy signed and executive order allowing the resumption of child care services, youth day camps, and organized sports.