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A tour of an historic train terminal

The New Jersey Division of Parks & Forestry will conduct a program called “Architecture of the Central Railroad Terminal” in Liberty State Park on June 12 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Built in 1889, the...

JC pools and sprinklers are open

The Jersey City Department of Recreation announced that city pools and water sprinkler systems are now open and available for use citywide to help residents cool off. Hours vary for pools. Residents should check...

Demolition started on Fox News studios in Secaucus

Demolition on a TV network studio once called New Jersey's Superstation began in early June to make way for a new corporate headquarters for Hartz Mountain. The studio, which once served as a broadcast center...

North Bergen man charged with alleged sexual assault during a burglary

The Hudson County Prosecutor's Office released reports that a North Bergen man was arrested and charged based on allegations of committing aggravated sexual assault. On June 4, detectives from the Special Victims Unit of the...

Former Hoboken tax collector pleads guilty to tax evasion

According to a press release from U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito, a Hoboken-based accountant admitted he failed to pay more than $914,000 in taxes on income generated from his accounting firm and various rental properties...

JC awarded $2 million to purchase electric trash trucks

Mayor Steven M. Fulop said on June 3 that Jersey City has been awarded more than $2 million by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to purchase five new electric garbage trucks. ...

Girls Who Code receives NJTEEA Impact Award

The New Jersey Technology and Engineering Educators Association (NJTEEA) presented Girls Who Code with its Impact Award on May 31 at the NJTEEA’s annual awards ceremony at Charlie Brown’s restaurant in Chatham.  The award...

Hoboken residents get summer access to university tennis courts

Hoboken residents above the age of 18 will get access to Stevens Institute of Technology tennis courts until Aug. 18. The tennis courts, on the northern end of the campus, can be accessed between 8...

New Jersey Supreme Court grants review of Hoboken monarch appeal denial

According to a Hoboken press release, the New Jersey Supreme Court has granted Hoboken’s petition asking the court to review the denial by the New Jersey Appellate Division of Hoboken’s appeal of the decision...

Former corrections officer pleaded guilty in double vehicular homicide

On May 31, Michael Hansen, a 40-year-old North Bergen man pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree death by auto related to the deaths of Jersey City residents Russell Maffei and Marie Tauro in...
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