REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
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REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
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REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
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REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
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REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
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REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
REMAKING HISTORY – A house that commemorates George Washington’s visit to Jersey City may be open by spring
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JERSEY CITY SCHOOLS SHOW OFF THEIR ORATORY SKILLS -- In a dramatic presentation held in the council chambers of Jersey City Hall on Feb. 21, students from public, private and Catholic Schools showed their oratory skills in the 22nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratory Contest. Nayasha Knigge of Primary Preparatory won first place in the Grades 3 to 5 category, followed by Mecca Coley of Sacred Heart, who came in second, and Genesis Pierre-Louis from PS 37 who came in third. Honorable mentions included Bhavyata Tahna of PS 16, Gabriel Marandino of PS 37, and Yaritaza Huessa of PS 28.
Displaying a phenomenal speaking ability, Nathanael Ramdyal of PS 40, wowed the judges and drew a standing ovation from the audience in winning first place in the grades 6 to 8 category.
Marliza Mabutas of PS 24 won second place, Fitzroy Legister of St. Joseph won third. Berodelie Saint Jules of PS 24 received honorable mention along with Chibuikem Onyemaechi of PS 27 and Mark Rajah of St. Joseph.
JERSEY CITY SCHOOLS SHOW OFF THEIR ORATORY SKILLS -- In a dramatic presentation held in the council chambers of Jersey City Hall on Feb. 21, students from public, private and Catholic Schools showed their oratory skills in the 22nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratory Contest. Nayasha Knigge of Primary Preparatory won first place in the Grades 3 to 5 category, followed by Mecca Coley of Sacred Heart, who came in second, and Genesis Pierre-Louis from PS 37 who came in third. Honorable mentions included Bhavyata Tahna of PS 16, Gabriel Marandino of PS 37, and Yaritaza Huessa of PS 28. Displaying a phenomenal speaking ability, Nathanael Ramdyal of PS 40, wowed the judges and drew a standing ovation from the audience in winning first place in the grades 6 to 8 category. Marliza Mabutas of PS 24 won second place, Fitzroy Legister of St. Joseph won third. Berodelie Saint Jules of PS 24 received honorable mention along with Chibuikem Onyemaechi of PS 27 and Mark Rajah of St. Joseph.
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A REAL HONOR – The Jersey City Council joined members of the Jersey City Police Department and members of the family to pay tribute to William Graw, a 28-year veteran of the police department who passed away last October.  He was known for opening his home and heart to many, for his generosity and kindness are legendary, and for having a particular soft spot for the elderly.
A REAL HONOR – The Jersey City Council joined members of the Jersey City Police Department and members of the family to pay tribute to William Graw, a 28-year veteran of the police department who passed away last October. He was known for opening his home and heart to many, for his generosity and kindness are legendary, and for having a particular soft spot for the elderly.
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PUTTING THINGS ON HOLD – The Jersey City Council will not vote to transfer land to the Liberty Science Center until the land is assessed
PUTTING THINGS ON HOLD – The Jersey City Council will not vote to transfer land to the Liberty Science Center until the land is assessed
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A POWERFUL ENDORSEMENT – State Senator and Union City Mayor Brian Stack throws his support behind the reelection effort of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop
A POWERFUL ENDORSEMENT – State Senator and Union City Mayor Brian Stack throws his support behind the reelection effort of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop
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A POWERFUL ENDORSEMENT – State Senator and Union City Mayor Brian Stack throws his support behind the reelection effort of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop
A POWERFUL ENDORSEMENT – State Senator and Union City Mayor Brian Stack throws his support behind the reelection effort of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop
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A POWERFUL ENDORSEMENT – State Senator and Union City Mayor Brian Stack throws his support behind the reelection effort of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop
A POWERFUL ENDORSEMENT – State Senator and Union City Mayor Brian Stack throws his support behind the reelection effort of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop
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A POWERFUL ENDORSEMENT – State Senator and Union City Mayor Brian Stack throws his support behind the reelection effort of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop
A POWERFUL ENDORSEMENT – State Senator and Union City Mayor Brian Stack throws his support behind the reelection effort of Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop
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