The problem is that political machines in New Jersey are self-perpetuating; they are both the result and the cause of entrenched, unaccountable power.
Lewis Spears made his run for the mayoralty of Jersey City official this afternoon, emerging from City Hall with a box of petitions and a broad smile.
The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office is asking for help in finding a second suspect in the death of 23-year-old Emmanuel Garcia. Garcia was shot and killed on Princeton Avenue and Brown Place on May 3, 2021.
Local residents recently took to NextDoor.com to decry a seeming epidemic of people riding their bikes on the city’s sidewalks.
This morning, during a fifteen minute arraignment, State Senator Sandra Bolden Cunningham entered a plea of not guilty to charges of Driving While Intoxicated and Careless Driving arising out of her March 4 arrest.
It’s a tricky time of year for weather, but things are looking warm and summery for this first weekend in June! Scroll through our list of local Jersey City events to find the perfect way to take advantage of statewide reopenings. From dinosaurs to vinyl records, we’ve got you covered.
A new study by the ever-prolific financial website WalletHub places Jersey City in the middle of the pack as a place to raise a family.
A new private high school will open in Jersey City in the fall of 2022. Franklin School will be located in Newport at 100 Town Square Place, and will teach ninth through twelfth graders for a $29,500 yearly tuition.
An ordinance setting out $86 million in spending was just one of several consequential measures before the city council at last Wednesday’s council meeting.
A body camera video obtained by NorthJersey.com and the Record shows State Senator Sandra Cunningham asking about Public Safety Director James Shea during her drunk driving arrest on March 4.