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Judge dismisses lawsuit against Jersey City over One Journal Square development

U.S. District Court Judge John Michael Vazquez has dismissed a lawsuit filed against  Jersey City which claimed the city breached agreements related to One Journal Square, and alleged that delays in allowing the project...

Police investigate the death of a pedestrian struck on Route 440 in Jersey City

The Hudson County Regional Collision Investigation Unit and the Jersey City Police Department are investigating the death of a pedestrian who was struck on Route 440 near Kellogg Street according to a release from...

West Virginia man charged with possession of assault rifle in Weehawken

A West Virginia man was arrested on Aug.1 by members of the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Task Force and the Weehawken Police Department, and charged with unlawful possession of an assault rifle and prohibited...

Newell Brands to leave Hoboken HQ

Next year Newell Brands will move its headquarters from Hoboken to Atlanta Georgia. According to the company's second-quarter report, the move is being done  "in order to facilitate a stronger connection between senior leaders and...

Jersey City mural by Ron English to be celebrated at free gallery exhibit

Renowned artist Ron English, known for his unique style of mixing superheroes and comic strips with art history, is putting the finishing touches on his newest public work in Jersey City – a 60...

Free PGA tickets for military members and veterans

The PGA Tour is offering active duty military members and veterans free admission to the Northern Trust PGA Tour which will take place at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City from Aug. 7 to...

Jersey City mayor appoints acting directors

Mayor Steven Fulop announced Monday, Aug. 5 the appointment of two women to fulfill leadership roles. Lucinda McLaughlin will serve as Acting Director of the Department of Recreation effective today, August 5. Allison Solowsky will...

Hoboken City Council to vote on new e-scooter sharing contract

On Aug. 7. the Hoboken City Council will vote on a new proposed contract with the city's two electric-scooter sharing companies, Lime and OjO. This, after the city announced the terms of a newly...

Senator Bob Menendez condemns recent mass shootings

U.S. Senator Bob Menendez condemned this weekend’s mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, that killed more than 30 people and injured dozens more. “It’s past time that we do more than offer...

Donors will receive two NY Mets tickets at Bayonne blood drive

New Jersey Blood Services will host a blood drive in Bayonne on Aug. 9, at St. Henry’s Church, 77 W 28th Street. The drive will run from 1-7 p.m. Each donor will receive a...
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