A London-syle curry house is coming to Downtown Newark Avenue. Brick Lane, which has locations on East 6th Street in Manhattan and in Montclair, is now building out the 136 Newark Avenue space formerly occupied by Pasta e Vino and before that Raval.
This morning, Councilman James Solomon announced that new parking rules are coming to the Downtown, most likely in early January.
Homegrown opened on July 28 in the Power House Arts District, a neighborhood now known more for its luxury loft condos than for art.
Today the Office of the Hudson County Prosecutor released its findings regarding the May 5 melee on Bostwick Avenue involving civilians and police.
With Wednesday night’s re-election defeats of board trustees Sonya “Terry” Still, Peter Went and Robyn Grodner, the turmoil at The Ethical Community Charter School (TECCS) over the ouster of former principal Marta Bergamini, may be over.
Patrick Ambrossi, candidate for city council in Ward D, discusses in detail issues affecting his ward and Jersey City at large.
Local attorney and activist Cynthia Hadjiyannis gives her first interview as candidate for the Ward D council seat formerly held by Michael Yun.
New questions are being raised about possible connections between a Saudi diplomat alleged to have supported 9-11 jihadists and the Al-Tawheed Islamic Center on West Side Avenue.
When completed in two years, the new $120 million Public Safety Headquarters located on Martin Luther King Drive will house all of Jersey City’s Police and Fire operations and leadership personnel, Fire Prevention, Parking Enforcement, Special Investigations Unit, Gun Permits, Records Room, Traffic Programming, City Command and the City’s Community Court and Parking Enforcement Division.
On September 12, members of the Jersey City community gathered on the lawn of Mana Contemporary to shop for free art supplies and books.