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Jersey City Business and Economics
Downtown’s New Pharmacy Aims to Disrupt the Industry
Perhaps the best way to describe Medly is a cross between Doordash, Walgreens and your local trendy “apothecary” doling out homeopathic remedies.
New Studies: Jersey City Costs A Lot, But Residents Manage Finances Well
Two new studies paint a mixed picture for the finances of Jersey City residents. On the one hand — and this may not come as a surprise — it costs a lot to live in New Jersey’s second largest city. On the other, residents manage their money relatively well.
Hoots Wings: A Hooters Spin-off Feminists Can Love
It takes a daring entrepreneur to open a restaurant in the middle of a pandemic. But that’s exactly what Phil Moran, a 40-year restaurant veteran has done by opening New Jersey’s first Hoots Wings in Newport.
Need a Last Minute Gift? Try These Local Shops
The 2021 holiday season just might be the best time to shop locally. Here are a few ideas for the procrastinators among us.
Jersey City Continues to Star in Major Film Productions
In the space of one year, Jersey City has provided a setting for all three productions, representing the city’s emergence as a convenient — and apparently affordable — urban movie backdrop.
How the Mayor Stuck Wards A, B, C and D With $143 Million In Taxes
According to a new analysis, from 2014 to 2017, homeowners in Jersey City’s Wards A, B, C, and D paid $143 million more in property taxes than they would have had Mayor Fulop allowed the 2014 revaluation to go forward.
Jersey City Residents and Businesses Now Eligible for Federal Ida Disaster Relief
After weeks of lobbying by city and county officials, Hudson County has been included in the Major Disaster Declaration in the wake of Tropical Storm Ida.
Jersey City Uniquely Slow in Distributing Federal Rental Assistance
Jersey City has been uniquely slow in distributing money under a federally funded rental assistance program, according to an article published today in HuffPost.
Courts Begin To Hear Long-Stalled Eviction Cases
New Jersey’s eviction moratorium for middle-income renters ended Wednesday, with courts starting to hear some of the 83,800-plus residential eviction cases landlords have filed since the start of the pandemic.