For the balance of 2022 — and likely longer — New Jersey City University has said it will not lay off any faculty despite its $20 million budget shortfall.
“The Embankment on My Mind,” an art show organized by the Embankment Preservation Coalition, takes the great stone sleeper as its central subject.
NJCU is taking issue with reporting on the severance package due departing school president, Sue Henderson.
Last night the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency unanimously voted to approve the first Bayfront redevelopment agreement, a deal with Bayfront Development Partners LLC, to build a six-story building on Route 440 that has 35 percent affordable housing.
Mayor Fulop’s press secretary, Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione, has confirmed that a fire that torched a West Side home on July 3rd was triggered by fireworks.
Authorities have made an arrest in connection with Tuesday’s double stabbing that left a man dead and a woman injured.
Authorities are investigating two stabbings yesterday morning that left a man dead and a woman in the hospital.
Fireworks may be to blame for a fire last night that destroyed the upper floors of a West Side home.
Enter the Oculus on Vesey Street, and you’ll pass it: a twelve by sixteen foot work of crocheted wall art done in the colors of the Ukrainian flag. The team of textile artists behind “Peace for Ukraine” have superimposed an image of a dove, complete with an olive branch, atop the bands of sky blue and […]
While the challenges we are facing are daunting, NJCU is resilient and I am confident that with us all working together we will see this emergency through, and write a strong next chapter in our history.