Official ground breaking is Oct. 21 for KRE towers near Journal Square
Oct 16, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend
JERSEY CITY –Mayor Steven Fulop, officials from developer KRE Group and National Real Estate Advisors, officials from Jersey City and other dignitaries will break ground on Oct. 21 on Phase I of Jo...
Fulop backs off Greenville trash deal
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JERSEY CITY – Mayor Steven Fulop will not pursue a deal that would allow New York City to ship its trash through Greenville Yards. Fulop emailed a statement on Thursday to members of the South Gree...
Akil resigns as Fulop’s chief of staff, Albiez to take over
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JERSEY CITY – Faced with a backlash of disapproval from a speech he made as a college student, Muhammed Akil has announced his resignation as chief of staff for Mayor Steven Fulop “Effective immedi...
Bayonne opens up ambulance services contract for bidding
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BAYONNE – The City Council passed a resolution Wednesday night that effectively puts Bayonne’s ambulance contract up for grabs. The late addition to the meeting agenda authorized City Clerk Robert ...
Century 21 receives $40 million tax break from NJ
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SECAUCUS – Following their purchase of a 340,000 square foot warehouse in Secaucus, Century 21 asked New Jersey for $40 million in tax breaks. With three locations in New Jersey, the retail chain r...
Union deal triggers changes to public school calendar; half-day scheduled for next week
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HOBOKEN – A move by the Hoboken Board of Education to create a half day of classes on only eight days notice was roundly criticized by some parents at Tuesday’s monthly meeting, including candidate...
Lincoln Park nominated as state historic site
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JERSEY CITY – The West Bergen-East Lincoln Park Historic District has been nominated by the New Jersey State Review Board for Historic Sites for inclusion on the New Jersey and National Registers o...
Revamped Crumbs Bake Shop to open soon on Washington Street
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HOBOKEN – Three months after closing all of its stores nationwide, Crumbs Bake Shop has announced plans to reopen 26 locations, including its outpost on Washington Street in Hoboken, according to a...
CAL RIPKEN BASEBALL
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Cal Ripken fall ball baseball is underway and Kyle Peterson has been on fire with his powerful hitting for his Archie's Cab team. Registration for Cal Ripken baseball 2015 season is now underway on...
In Tune with June!
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When I lived in River Edge I sang to Tony Bennett -- or, more realistically, I sang at him. At that time my neighbors were the Benedettos. The singer was born Anthony Benedetto and my neighbors wer...