On Monday, we sat down with Ward F Councilman Jermaine Robinson for a wide-ranging discussion covering everything from developer Peter Mocco to an infamous Zoom meeting on the future of Liberty State Park.
A recent college graduate and an advocate for the hearing-impaired are among the nine candidates running for three seats on the Jersey City Board of Education in November.
While home births represented less than 1% of the 96,500 births last year in New Jersey, midwives also deliver thousands of babies in birthing centers and hospitals. Women who want midwifery care in any setting face an insurmountable barrier, midwives say.
A group of protesters gathered early this morning on Morris Pesin Drive across from Liberty National Golf Course to protest against the push to privatize Liberty State Park’s Caven Point.
In a Facebook Post this morning, Councilman-at-large Rolando Lavarro announced that he is running for re-election.
Mayor Fulop’s purchase of a $2.4 million home from Dixon Advisory, first reported by Hudson County View yesterday, raises serious questions.
After years of delays, Mayor Fulop, Ward F Councilman Jermaine Robinson, and leaders from the Mary McLeod Bethune Life Center, the Jackson Hill Special Improvement District, and the Jersey City Parks Coalition were able to cut the ribbon Wednesday on “Bethune Park,” located directly across from the Bethune Center at 140 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr.
Hybrid Coffee and Kitchen has moved to its new home in downtown Jersey City. The new location is on 389 Manila Ave. between Second and Third Streets.
A Jersey City police officer was injured while investigating a wild shootout in the Powerhouse Arts District early Saturday morning.
Mayor Steven Fulop joined City Council members and the Jersey City Fire Department yesterday to break ground on Jersey City’s first new firehouse to be built in 20 years.