New questions are being raised about possible connections between a Saudi diplomat alleged to have supported 9-11 jihadists and the Al-Tawheed Islamic Center on West Side Avenue.
On September 12, members of the Jersey City community gathered on the lawn of Mana Contemporary to shop for free art supplies and books.
Amidst some public calls to defund the police, on August 12 the Jersey City Municipal Council voted 7–2 to hire 23 new police officers.
Construction of the Morris Canal Greenway in Jersey City is slated to begin in Spring 2021 but is opposed by local residents who fear loss of parking.
The Wittpenn Bridge, which spans the Hackensack River and connects Jersey City and Kearny, will reopen to traffic in 2021.
A bill recently passed by the State Senate aims to make sure that communities already overburdened with potentially harmful pollutants are able to block new or expanded electric plants, incinerators, sewage treatment plants, landfills, solid waste facilities, or other major sources of pollution.
Mayor Fulop unveiled the first phase of Bayfront, the largest mixed-income development site in the region.
Lincoln Park will reopen on Saturday, May 2 and will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Glass painting in West Africa has roots in a lower-tech era. Yet its modern resonances are undeniable. When done properly, a glass painting is seen through a thin, shiny transparent layer. It’s not unlike the way we modern viewers apprehend most of the images we encounter: through the backlit flat-panel screens of laptops and phones.