Personal finance website WalletHub has ranked New Jersey the third best state (including the District of Columbia) for teachers.
Online and outdoor services have been prepared and will dominate this holiday season to mitigate COVID-19 risks.
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.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop pointed to Zoom glitches, laptop delays and not enough Chromebooks as some of the issues the city experienced while opening the virtual school door last week for some 30,000 students.
State Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo told the Senate Budget Committee some 30,000 to 40,000 unemployment claims remain backlogged, mostly because of complicated situations with out-of-state wages or disability.
When completed in two years, the new $120 million Public Safety Headquarters located on Martin Luther King Drive will house all of Jersey City’s Police and Fire operations and leadership personnel, Fire Prevention, Parking Enforcement, Special Investigations Unit, Gun Permits, Records Room, Traffic Programming, City Command and the City’s Community Court and Parking Enforcement Division.
On September 12, members of the Jersey City community gathered on the lawn of Mana Contemporary to shop for free art supplies and books.
The Katyn memorial, Reservoir 3, a police shooting and an ordinance to bring the Quality of Life Taskforce into The Department of Public Safety the took up the lion’s share of time during last Thursday’s city council meeting.
At noon today a series of local politicians and activists stood on a small hill in Liberty State Park and called on lawmakers in Trenton to pass the Liberty State Park Protection Act.