The Native Plant Society of New Jersey (Hudson County Chapter) is having its first native plant sale Sunday, Sept 26th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Canco Park in Jersey City.
Recently, we sat down to chat with community activist and union representative Joel Brooks, covering everything from rent control to socialism.
Recently, we sat down with Ward B Councilwoman Mira Prinz-Arey for an extensive interview covering everything from the Pompidou Jersey City to the city’s tree canopy.
Today, Hudson County officials broke ground on a new banquet hall and restaurant located in Lincoln Park. To be called “The View at Lincoln Park,” the state-of-the-art dining and catering facility replaces the former Casino in the Park and will feature two banquet halls, a moderately priced public restaurant and a rooftop dining area.
On Saturday night, a man walking along the northbound lane of the Lincoln Highway Bridge was seriously injured after being hit by a vehicle. The driver fled the scene.
The decision to remove 80 trees along the public walkway in Jersey City’s Society Hill was controversial and exposed deep flaws in governance in both Society Hill and city hall.
With Wednesday night’s re-election defeats of board trustees Sonya “Terry” Still, Peter Went and Robyn Grodner, the turmoil at The Ethical Community Charter School (TECCS) over the ouster of former principal Marta Bergamini, may be over.
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.