The community organizing group Jersey City Together and the Northern New Jersey Democratic Socialists of America are condemning the owner of a West Side building for failing to provide heat and repairs to its tenants.
Need a Last Minute Gift? Try These Local Shops
The 2021 holiday season just might be the best time to shop locally. Here are a few ideas for the procrastinators among us.
Woman Arrested for Falsely Reporting Sexual Assault
The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit has arrested a woman on charges that she falsely reported a sexual assault.
Authorities Make Arrest in Stabbing Death of 46 Year-old Man
A Jersey City man has been arrested and charged in the stabbing death of a 46 year-old man on Friday.
Two Men Killed in 24 Hours
Authorities are investigating two homicides that occurred over a 24-hour period.
83 Year-old Woman in Dies After Hit and Run
An 83-year-old Jersey City woman was struck and seriously injured last night while crossing John F. Kennedy Boulevard.
Man Killed by Hit and Run Driver on Route 440
A man walking along Route 440 last night was killed by a hit and run driver, who fled from the scene in his vehicle.
Haven Secures Grant to Board Teen Clients Overnight
Haven Adolescent Community Respite Center, which offers individual and family counseling and other services for teens in conflict with their parents, just received a $600,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to fund overnight stays at its three-bedroom home on Roosevelt Avenue.
“Surface Tension” and “Too Much” at NJCU
Two sharply pointed shows — protest shows, really — at New Jersey City University (2039 Kennedy Boulevard) foreground waste, and ask us to re-examine our careless relationship to what we use and discard.
NJCU Faculty Approve ‘No Confidence’ Vote in School’s President
Faculty members at New Jersey City University signaled they want to oust the state school’s president after a tense, two-hour Zoom meeting Monday.