For the second time in less than a year, city employees located at the Jackson Square Municipal Complex on Martin Luther King Drive have been reminded of the crime problem in Bergen-Lafayette.
A federal lawsuit targeting the county line — the ballot system used in most New Jersey counties that gives a boost to party-backed candidates facing primary challenges — as unconstitutional may proceed, a judge ruled Tuesday.
The Hoboken Community Center which provides charitable and community services has announced the lineup for its annual fundraiser, “Taste of Hoboken.”
Jersey City Ukrainians and other residents have mobilized a massive fundraising effort supporting Ukraine’s battle for freedom and to help refugees.
Two people were arrested yesterday in connection with the ingestion of methamphetamines by a 5 year-old boy.
A surprise announcement by the Hudson County Schools of Technology administration has left dance professionals, instructors, and students in Jersey City reeling, concerned about the loss of a vibrant, diverse dance program that is interconnected with the city’s arts scene.
The redrawing of Jersey City Municipal Ward Maps has brought to light increasing concerns in our diverse communities about discriminatory practices by city officials.
Your letter uses red-baiting scare tactics, calling Brooks a “proud and declared socialist,” as though that is something that is threatening and dangerous.
The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Unit has arrested a 16-year-old young man and charged him in the April 13 murder of Rodney Wallace. The incident took place on Wilkinson Avenue. Wallace was 22 years old.
Should you really want to understand the sheer horror of California ablaze, you’re encouraged to head to MANA Contemporary (888 Newark Avenue) for “Implied Scale: Confronting the Enormity of Climate Change,” which will dominate the first floor of the gallery complex until July 22.