Plans for the nomadic Museum of Jersey City History to take up permanent residency at the historic Apple Tree House on Academy Street are advancing at a rapid pace, according to Martin Pierce, president of the its board of directors.
Jersey City will receive $100 thousand for a study to examine how the Bergen Arches could address local mass transit and green space needs.
A former teacher at Dickinson High School has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting two female students while employed as a teacher in Union City and Jersey City.
The Jersey City Times has learned that Charles Kushner, the developer of the massive 1 Journal Square apartment complex next door, gave Fulop the initial idea of partnering with the French museum and locating Pompidou x in the Pathside building.
After years spent in pandemic limbo, EONTA, the bright and cheerful art space in the low building at the end of a residential cul-de-sac is back in operation with “Troublemakers.”
Both “The Emancipation Exhibition” at Crema and “Zero to 80” at SMUSH are family affairs. They fit the mood of contemporary McGinley Square.
According to four former players, the Peacocks have long been underdogs, even within the Jersey City community.
Home to one of the oldest continuous settlements in New Jersey, Bergen Square in Jersey City is getting a mini makeover.
In a bizarre case, a Hudson County jury found a Jersey City man guilty yesterday of assaulting his Airbnb guest on Christmas day.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop predicted that over the next four years Journal Square will become a mecca for new residential high-rises, new entertainment and cultural venues.