Despite protests from various neighborhood groups, on Thursday the City Council voted 7-2, with Ward C councilman Richard Boggiano and Ward F councilman Frank Gilmore voting “No”, to amend the city’s land development ordinance.
Several news outlets are reporting the arrest yesterday in Greenville of Rapper Tsu Surf on federal RICO charges.
I ask Flemming if he has the money to replace the Hyundai. “No, no, no” he said, his voice trailing off with resignation.
This afternoon, police were searching for an individual who reportedly fired a gun on Wilkinson Avenue in Greenville.
If attention is good, then Jersey City has done well in recent weeks. From bayonne boxes to doughnuts, this city’s getting some ink.
On Wednesday, Tom Bertoli, a former close associate of Mayor Fulop, pled guilty in federal court to a charge contained in a 2020 indictment for tax evasion.
Today, scores of park lovers gathered in Liberty State Park to call for the New Jersey State Senate to pass the Caven Point Protection Act, a bill that would protect the peninsula’s 21-acre wildlife preserve from development by private interests such as the adjacent Liberty National Golf Club.
A man was shot in the leg tonight in front of 31 Martin Luther King Drive, between Wade Street and Warner Avenue.
A Jersey City educator was arrested today on a sex-related charge after being lured into what he believed would be a nighttime meeting with a 14-year-old boy in Harrison. Instead of meeting the young man he thought he had met on the internet, St. Benedict’s Preparatory School dean Didier Jean-Baptiste was confronted by “Hunter XK,” an […]
Tom Bertoli, a former close associate and aide to Mayor Fulop, will reportedly enter a plea of guilty to a tax-related charge when he appears before a U.S. District Court judge tomorrow.