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Mayor Cuts the Ribbon on Kindle Public Charter School in Bergen-Lafayette

The mayor, a state assemblywoman and two councilmembers joined administrators, teachers, students and members of the public yesterday to cut the ribbon on Jersey City’s newest public charter school. Just three weeks old, Kindle Education’s first class of 66 sixth graders is, apparently, settling in to their temporary digs at Team Walker Learning Center on […]

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Feds Accuse Sen. Menendez of Taking Gold, Car and Cash for Favors

Federal authorities indicted U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez for the second time Friday, charging him with conspiracy to commit bribery and related offenses over his alleged aid to a North Jersey businessman and an attempt to disrupt criminal probes into allies. Menendez, a Democrat and New Jersey’s senior senator, was charged with one count each of conspiracy […]

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Bayonne Man Arrested for 2022 Hit-and-Run of Jersey City Cyclist

A 33-year-old man from Bayonne has been arrested in connection with a 2022 hit-and-run crash that sent a Jersey City man to the hospital with serious injuries. According to Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez, Joseph Emmons was arrested yesterday by members of the Hudson County Regional Collision Investigation Unit and charged with Endangering an Injured […]

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Former JCPD Captain Fired for Racist, Sexist and Homophobic Remarks

A former Jersey City police captain has been fired by the Florida police department where he has worked since 2021. According to reporting by The Daytona Beach News-Journal, the DeLand Florida police department terminated former JCPD captain, Francisco “Frank” Williams, after he allegedly made racist, sexist, and homophobic statements to colleagues. An internal affairs report […]

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Affordable Housing in Journal Square and Beyond Dominates Council Caucus

Affordable housing took up the lion’s share of time during yesterday’s municipal council caucus. Following through on a pledge to narrow the socio-economic shelter gap confronting many residents, Ward C Councilman Richard Boggiano is pushing for a more equitable share of affordable housing in the Journal Square area. To facilitate that goal, Boggiano is seeking […]

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