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Vigil for Jersey City victims Dec. 13

Students Demand Action, Moms Demand Action, Hudson Partnership Care Management Organization, and the Jersey City Anti-Violence Coalition will host a candlelight vigil outside Jersey City City Hall on Dec. 13 to honor and remember...

UPDATE: Jersey City shooting was a targeted attack

At a Wednesday morning press conference, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop said that the Tuesday firefight at a kosher market at 223 Martin Luther King Drive was a targeted attack. Broken windows at the kosher...

North Bergen’s ‘Winter Celebrations’ moved to Dec. 12

Due to the predicted inclement weather, the Winter Celebrations originally scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 10, have been rescheduled to Thursday, Dec. 12. Same time. Same places.

Police investigate dead body found in Bayonne

The Hudson County Prosecutor's Office is seeking information from the public as it investigates a dead body found in the trunk of a car in Bayonne. According to a press release from the prosecutor's office,...

Eight arrested in Hoboken SantaCon

Saturday was busy for Hoboken as SantaCon revelers flooded city streets for the annual bar crawl billed as a charity event. “The organizers and participating bars set up a wristband (at a cost) system with...

Hoboken meeting on Public Works Garage moved

The community meeting regarding proposed amendments to the Public Works Garage Site Redevelopment Plan, specific to the Block 1, Lots 11-14 (83 Willow Avenue) subarea, has been rescheduled to Thursday, Dec. 19 at 6:30...

Bayonne Announces Change in Parking Lot Policy for December

Mayor Jimmy Davis announced a change in Bayonne’s policy towards parking lot fees for the month of December. Mayor Davis said, “In recent years, the City of Bayonne has offered free parking in municipal parking...

Fourth man arrested for Jersey City murder

The Hudson County Prosecutor's Office announced a fourth arrest in connection with the July 23 murder of Markell Albright  on Wilkinson Avenue in Jersey City. At 9 a.m. on Dec. 5, members of the Hudson...

Hoboken’s transportation infrastructure gets more funding

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) awarded Hoboken $734,038 for transportation funding through the state’s 2020 “Municipal Aid Program.” The funding will be used for various transportation infrastructure upgrades, including road repaving, as well...

Red alert: SantaCon returns to Hoboken Dec. 7

You better watch out, you better not cry as this weekend one of the busiest bar crawls takes place in Hoboken: SantaCon. People dress as Santa Claus, elves, reindeer, or don holiday sweaters, for SantaCon...
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