Jersey City News

An ongoing commitment

April is Autism Awareness Month. But for organizers of the Golden Door International Film Festival in Jersey City, every month is a chance to stress the ongoing commitment they’ve made to help shine a...

Tooth or consequences

Are you looking for a whiter smile? Start with your dentist. He or she can help you sort through the information about ways to whiten your teeth. Some magazines, television programs, or web sites...

JERSEY CITY BRIEFS

Port Authority announces random inspections over Easter weekend As part of the Port Authority’s commitment to ensuring the safety of the traveling public, the Port Authority police will conduct DWI checkpoints at PA facilities from...

Revaluation gets under way

If you find a yellow card on your doorknob, you probably missed the inspectors who are fanning out through Jersey City to gather information for the upcoming reevaluation of property. The inspectors are coming into...

JC activists killed in North Bergen

Jose Arango was sitting in the Coach House Diner on Sunday, planning local political strategies with a group of Republicans, when he heard a commotion in the street. Arango, the county chairman for the Hudson...

‘A tremendous loss for Jersey City’

Despite a last-minute appeal by St. Anthony’s High School in Jersey City, along with Hall of Fame basketball coach Bob Hurley and other school officials, the Archdiocese of Newark said the school will close...

Still moving forward with light rail

NJ Transit still plans to push forward with seven new light rail stations in Hudson and Bergen Counties, even with possible federal transportation cuts under the Donald Trump administration. Last month, the agency unveiled...

Board of Ed Trustee Christopher Munoz declares candidacy

Bayonne Board of Education (BBOED) Trustee and Hoboken High School teacher, Christopher Munoz, officially announced his candidacy for the 31st District NJ General Assembly seat, a two-year term, currently occupied by Nicholas Chiaravalloti. The...

Can I see your I.D.?

Over the last four years, the Hudson County Coalition for a Drug-Free Community (HCCDFC) has chosen a day, geared around a popular holiday or time of celebration/parties, to conduct a study on liquor store...

JERSEYCITY BRIEFS

Dickinson brawl leaves one stabbing victim A brawl that apparently involved dozens of students at Dickinson High School on April 6 required the Jersey City police to use pepper spray, police officials said. The incident happened...
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