The CCTV video of Councilwoman-at-large Amy Degise’s collision with a bicyclist last week has been released.
Holy Rosary Church in downtown Jersey City plans to cool down the August heat with a “five-day splash of summer fun,” according to the church, known as La Festa Italiana, now in its 119th year.
In one of the most densely populated parts of the state, Caven Point offers urbanites a close-to-home opportunity to see horseshoe crabs, endangered birds, and sometimes even harbor seals, comb the shore for shells, and learn firsthand about pollution, climate change, and habitat preservation.
Jersey City should be proud of the original and striking Katyn Massacre monument, not seek to diminish its message of freedom and its price.
At a special meeting on July 20, the Jersey City Division of Commerce gave the owners another week or so to make their case with the community on whether it should be issued an entertainment license.
NJCU is taking issue with reporting on the severance package due departing school president, Sue Henderson.
Authorities have announced that justice was meted out yesterday in connection with another death on Brinkerhoff Street in Bergen-Lafayette.
During the Downtown Art Crawl on Thursday, July 28, the doors to ElevatorJC (135 Erie St.) and Art150 (150 Bay St.) will be open to the public from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Today, following a seven week trial, a Hudson County jury convicted two Jersey City men in the 2018 killing of a 17-year-old girl in Bergen-Lafayette.