Japanese agricultural technology company Oishii announced today the opening of a 74,000-square-foot indoor vertical farm in Jersey City to grow its “Omakase” variety of strawberry.
At yesterday’s caucus, the City Council mulled over the building of a new shooting range and the hiring of outside counsel to defend against a lawsuit brought by community groups opposed to a controversial ward map believed by some to have been a textbook case of “gerrymandering.”
Two of Jersey City’s finest were feted recently by the American Legion’s Beacon Post 419 for their role in saving the life of an infant in the city’s Greenville section last fall.
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.
The brothers’ success is all the more compelling since at an early age both siblings were diagnosed with autism and because the Rosado family lives in a section of Greenville where street violence is not uncommon.
In a twenty minute verbal torrent, Stone berates the children, frequently employing racial stereotypes, yet begs them to get along with one another and study.
Early this evening, shots were fired from a car in the vicinity of Triangle Park in Greenville leading to a chase and car crash.
Authorities have identified the victim in last night’s fatal shooting in Greenville.