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Jazz Italiano: Neapolitan Folk Jazz kicks off JCTC’s Voices: International Theater Festival

With its propensity for multi-genre series, Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) kicks off New Jersey’s first annual, international theater festival with Jazz Italiano, an intimate, black-box theater concert by IDR Italian Doc Remix, the internationally...

Pride on the Peninsula

Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis and the City Council took part in Bayonne’s second annual celebration of Hudson County Pride Month during a Pride Flag raising ceremony at City Hall on Ave. C, with other...

Jersey City expands CCTV camera system

Jersey City announced it has expanded its Closed Caption Television camera system, adding 58 new cameras for a total of 214 cameras citywide. These new high definition 5-megapixel cameras serve as a deterrent against crime...

United against crime

Residents and members of law enforcement gathered across the county to celebrate National Night Out Against Crime last Tuesday. The nationwide event promotes police-community partnerships and camaraderie in an effort to make communities safer. It was...

Bayonne’s Post 19 celebrates the passing of the LEGION Act

Like other American Legion posts around the country, the commanding officers of Bayonne’s Post 19 have had to turn away a number of honorably discharged veterans. The post is composed of those who served in...

Guardians of the Gold Coast

The Jersey City Fire Department has a new weapon in its arsenal now that it has New Jersey's first three-stage pumper truck designed to combat high-rise fires. The new fire truck doubles the water pressure...

‘They still call me Cowboy’

Ken “Cowboy” Thompson, a lifelong Hudson County resident who’s called Bayonne home for 27 years, says that people he passes on the street still recognize him from one of his many pro wrestling bouts...


Bayonne to host vigil in memory of those lost to addiction A vigil will be held on Sept. 5 at Bayonne’s City Hall, 630 Avenue C, to honor those who’ve lost their battle with...

Hoboken brings back car-free Sundays

In an effort to maximize public space for recreation and enjoyment along it’s Hudson River waterfront, Hoboken will close Sinatra Drive to vehicles at two locations on Aug. 11 and Aug. 25. The initiative, also...

City moves toward acquiring Union Dry Dock

The Hoboken City Council has introduced an ordinance 8-0 that would authorize Mayor Ravi Bhalla to use eminent domain to acquire the former Union Dry Dock from New York Waterway for public open space. Should...
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