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Museum of Jersey City History Opens With “Frank Hague’s Jersey City: Yesterday and Today”

Over the years, this Jersey City property has supported Leni Lenape maze land, a private residence, a funeral parlor and municipal offices in the heart of Bergen Square where the Dutch established one of the first Colonial-era settlements in the New World. On Saturday, December 2, the 2-story structure at 298 Academy St. known as […]

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Pedestrian Killed on Marin Boulevard Downtown

Update: Jersey City identified the victim of Saturday’s fatal crash as a male cyclist, not a pedestrian as first reported. “It appears the driver attempted to turn left at the intersection when the vehicle made impact with the bicyclist,” said Jersey City spokeswoman Wallace-Scalcione told Patch. “The driver remained on scene and called 911.” For […]

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