Winning Events Group has announced that York Street Project will be this year’s beneficiary of the Exchange Place Corporate Challenge 5K race slated for Thursday, June 16 at 6 p.m. in Liberty State Park.
A lawsuit filed last month in New Jersey Superior Court is seeking the repeal of an ordinance that will allow for the construction of a controversial 17 story luxury residential project in Bergen-Lafayette.
A man was shot and seriously wounded late this afternoon in Bergen-Lafayette.
The New Jersey Lion’s Club yesterday broke the record for the “longest chain of spectacles” ever created by laying down 43,000 feet of eyeglasses on 2,000 pieces of carboard in Liberty State Park.
A Jersey City man pleaded guilty yesterday to charges arising from a 2020 shooting death in Bergen-Lafayette.
The event earlier this month gave community members a wide-ranging look at the systems that can keep Jersey City’s young people in cycles of violence.
Cano minces no words about his reasons for leaving the neighborhood. He blames the condition of the area, which he characterizes as a haven for crime, drugs, and disorderly conduct.
A man was shot this morning in Bergen-Lafayette.
Standing at a lectern with the Manhattan skyline behind him and 270 supporters looking on, Friends of Liberty State Park President Sam Pesin, did not mince words. “We must once and for all liberate the park from privatization assaults.”
June Jones writes that a “vicious and capricious” JCRA wrongly terminated the Morris Canal Community Development Corporation’s project on Communipaw Avenue.