Aleyna Kilic, a junior at Jersey City’s McNair Academic High School, will be leading a rally Sunday, Oct. 3 at city hall to protest the recent passage of the Texas Heartbeat Act, which went into effect Sept. 1.
In a Facebook post this morning, Mayor Fulop described a refund made necessary by an overcharge on third quarter property tax bills, as a tax cut.
Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise has announced that anyone eligible to receive a booster shot of the Pfizer vaccine will be able to do so at the Hudson County Vaccine Distribution Center starting Monday, free of charge with no appointment necessary.
After fielding complaints for years, Jersey City is finally renovating the dog runs in Hamilton and Van Vorst Parks this fall in order to eliminate the formation of huge puddles after rain.
At Wednesday’s meeting, the City Council rejected Councilperson-at-large Lavarro’s inclusionary zoning ordinance 6–3, approved an ad hoc committee to address Suez Water’s future handling of storms, and heard complaints of shoddy developers defrauding homeowners.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Hudson County running from 4 pm today through early tomorrow morning.
Summer is officially over, but Jersey City is as busy as ever. There are multiple festival events happening this weekend, like the Jersey City Jazz Festival.
Yesterday we sat down with Ward A council candidate Kristen Zadroga-Hart, covering everything from parks to school funding. Here’s our conversation, which has been edited for brevity and clarity.
Four Jersey City men have been arrested in connection with the sexual assault of a 14 year-old Bayonne girl who they met after she ran away from home earlier this month.
In a win for advocates of governmental transparency, the New Jersey Supreme Court on Monday sided with a dog-fence vendor who fought for the names and addresses of Jersey City dog owners, declaring such information is public record regardless of who asks and why.