Brought by Ward F Councilman Frank Gilmore and a coalition of local organizations, the lawsuit sought to invalidate a controversial map that redrew the boundaries of Jersey City’s six wards.
Fulop and Shea Explain Crime Fighting Strategy at Community Meeting
Shea and Fulop delivered their claims August 18 at a community meeting at the Bethune Center convened by Ward F Council member Frank Gilmore.
Bank of America and Science Center Partner to Offer Ferris HS Grads Tech Jobs
Bank of America is partnering with Liberty Science Center starting this fall to offer students at James J. Ferris High School in Jersey City the opportunity to learn basic cybersecurity skills and immediately upon graduation take entry-level jobs at the bank in “emerging technologies.” Students at Memorial High School in West New York are being made the same offer.
Man Who Attacked Car Owner on Bergen Avenue Now Facing Manslaughter Charge
A Union City man previously arrested for assaulting a car owner is now facing a charge of manslaughter following the findings of the medical examiner.
Plaintiffs Propose a New Plan for Controversial Bergen-Lafayette Project
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit brought to stop a controversial 17-story development in Bergen-Lafayette have submitted a settlement proposal to the Jersey City Planning Board.
Senate Committee Unanimously Approves Caven Point Protection Act
Today, the Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously approved the Caven Point Protection Act, which now moves onto the full Senate.
One Man Dead and Another Critical After This Morning’s Shooting
Authorities are investigating a shooting that took the life of one man and left another critically injured.
At Key Hearing Attorneys Spar over “Gerrymandered” Ward Map
Yesterday, five months after filing suit, attorneys for an assemblage of community groups together with Ward F Councilman Frank Gilmore, squared off in court against the the Jersey City Ward Commission.
Katelyn Halpern Turns Deep Space Into a “Disaster [Place]”
Halpern, designer of the “Disaster [Place],” has a well-earned reputation for irreverence.
The 1950s Lackawanna Railroad Pulls Into Its New Station at Liberty Science Center
Like many children in the 1950s, John Scully was fascinated by trains, in his case the Lackawanna Railroad that ran the length of New Jersey, where he grew up, and through Cranberry Lake in Byram Township, where his family had a summer home. Unlike many children, his fascination never wavered, even throughout his adult life. […]