A Jersey City educator was arrested today on a sex-related charge after being lured into what he believed would be a nighttime meeting with a 14-year-old boy in Harrison. Instead of meeting the young man he thought he had met on the internet, St. Benedict’s Preparatory School dean Didier Jean-Baptiste was confronted by “Hunter XK,” an […]
This long weekend, with Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday, Jersey City is packed with ways to celebrate and honor this time of year.
Niche, a ranking and review site for schools, recently posted the rankings for best public-school districts and schools around the country using data from the Department of Education, the U.S. Census, and the FBI. The Jersey City Times took a deep dive into the rankings, and below you’ll find interesting statistics on our city’s schools […]
Tom Bertoli, a former close associate and aide to Mayor Fulop, will reportedly enter a plea of guilty to a tax-related charge when he appears before a U.S. District Court judge tomorrow.
In a meeting on Tuesday, the Van Vorst Park Association heard from candidates running for the city’s Board of Education. With the exception of real estate agent Ahsan Nawaz, all of the hopefuls participated.
A Jersey City man has been arrested in connection with a fatal May stabbing in Greenville.
According to a new study, employment in Jersey City has made a strong comeback following a big uptick during the Covid-19 pandemic.
State lawmakers are proposing the state create a Vision Zero task force, with an ambitious goal to eliminate traffic fatalities by 2035.
This weekend, fall is in full-swing in Jersey City, with the Harvest Festival and the Cultural Diversity Festival taking over Hamilton Park on Saturday. And The JCAST is taking over the whole city, featuring artists at more than 140 venues. There’s also the Jersey City Night Market, the Nimbus Arts Season Launch, the Liberty State Park Caven Point Advocacy Walk, and more.
A Jersey City man was sentenced today to 24 months in federal prison in connection with the theft of $594 thousand in phones and tablets from the Newark Housing Authority.