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.
We are publishing a letter sent by the Journal Square Community Association to members of the Jersey City Municipal Council and the city clerk asking that they “immediately implement hybrid in-person/virtual city council meetings.”
Authorities announced this morning that the pedestrian injured in yesterday’s incident at John F. Kennedy Boulevard and Montgomery Street was a 67-year-old woman.
The Hudson County Regional Collision Investigation Unit is asking residents to avoid the area of JFK Boulevard and Montgomery Street due to an accident that left a pedestrian seriously injured.
A gaggle of comics take the stage. Most of them are stoned; one is sober. Can you find the straight one?
There’s no way to appreciate the art at the new Commuter Gallery if the space isn’t open when they claim it’ll be.
A wild shooting involving two cars took place this afternoon near McGinley Square. Minutes later, a carjacking was reported Downtown.
For Hudson Catholic High School’s Hawks, January 8th’s “Hoopfest” was a win-win. Not only did the basketball team take down rival Seton Hall, but they helped to raise money for a worthy cause as well.
The show, which is curated by the artist himself, has the quiet intensity of a stage play where the actors don’t raise their voices, but where every line signifies.