Kevin Bing has now thrown the proverbial gauntlet at the feet of Ward C Councilman Richard Boggiano by challenging him to a debate.
Ward C Councilman Richard Boggiano and his challenger, community activist Kevin Bing, who will face each other in a runoff election on Tuesday, Dec. 7, are back on the campaign trail trading talking points and at times some not-so-disguised barbs.
Twenty-seven years ago, Trevor and Linda Rubingh, founders of a cross-cultural church in Ward F, got 300 kids together for a weekend of youth programming. That’s when they discovered their true mission: providing trained teen mentors to help underprivileged kids with academics and music.
Hudson County Community College has been selected to receive the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) 2021 Equity Award for the Northeastern United States.
The long and winding march to restore Loew’s Jersey theater in Journal Square took a step forward this week as the city’s Historic Preservation Commission conditionally approved the $72 million restoration job slated to be performed DAE Entertainment 1 Entity LLC.
Pompidou Jersey City will be one of the largest single items in Jersey City’s budget. Yet, surprisingly to some, there’s been little pushback from local social justice and arts advocates against the massive financial commitment which may come at the expense of other pressing needs.
Ward C City Council Candidate Kevin Bing set out his platform today and made a pledge to foreswear developer contributions.
Community activist and former prosecutor Tom Zuppa is running for the ward C city council seat currently held by Richard Boggiano. We sat down with Zuppa last week and got his take on a host of pressing local issues.
Pompidou Jersey City will be expensive, very expensive. And the use of so much money on a cultural project that will cater largely to highly educated, well-heeled residents is simply immoral given the city’s myriad needs and vast economic disparities.
Mayor Steven Fulop, the Jersey City Housing Authority and the Department of Health and Human Services, have announced the expansion of Jersey City’s homeless resident outreach efforts with a $2 million commitment to provide more permanent solutions for people experiencing or at-risk of homelessness.