Workers on the the $6.7 million upgrade to the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Mall have been working furiously to ready the street for this weekend’s 10th Annual All About Downtown Jersey City Street Fair.
It was the winter of 2017 and I had had enough, enough of the puddle of water straddling a piece of sidewalk just down the street from my home, enough of homeowners who didn’t give a sh** about their neighbors.
Jersey City police are in the process of rescuing a man from the water near the Jersey Avenue bridge leading to Liberty State Park.
Today, Mayor Fulop was joined by Cardinal Joseph Tobin, Bishop of the Archdiocese of Newark, dignitaries and the site’s developers to officially begin construction on the brand new, 60,000 square foot homeless services facility located along Grove Street, between 15th and 16th Streets.
You may have come upon a strange sight: a flamboyantly spray-painted 1971 Volkswagen bug. The car is now on its way to becoming even more modern: by going electric. The team behind the conversion is a father and son duo, Dave and Lucas Slurzberg.
A Jersey City man has been charged in connection with a fatal early morning February collision with a guardrail on Christopher Columbus Drive.
Hybrid Coffee and Kitchen has moved to its new home in downtown Jersey City. The new location is on 389 Manila Ave. between Second and Third Streets.
A Jersey City police officer was injured while investigating a wild shootout in the Powerhouse Arts District early Saturday morning.
As many as thirty shots may have been fired during a major shootout early Saturday morning in the Powerhouse Arts District, according to a person with knowledge of the incident.
A battle may be brewing over the power to control zoning in Jersey City, at least if Ward E Councilman James Solomon has anything to say about it.