Non-Profit New City Kids to Open New Facility in Bergen-Lafayette, Jersey City
Provident Bank has donated a 5,400-square-foot former branch building to New City Kids, who will be providing after-school programming for local youth out of the space.
Afraid of Becoming ‘Seaside Heights,’ Point Pleasant Weighs Short-Term Rental Ban
Point Pleasant residents say rowdy, all-night boozefests and packed bungalows are turning a historically quiet, residential shore town into Seaside Heights.
The Loss of Doo Wop Motels in Wildwood Is a Deeper Mystery Than Previously...
These futuristic- and island-themed accommodations were frozen in time and preservationists had all but given up on establishing a historic district dedicated to this quirky decade in architecture.
Greenville Non-Profit to Host Thanksgiving for Jersey City’s Needy
Mercy for my Neighbor, a Jersey City non-profit, is partnering with the Fountain of Salvation Church in Greenville on a variety of endeavors this Thanksgiving.
West Orange Residents Oppose Proposed Self-Storage Facility at Historic Crystal Lake
The West Orange redeveloment plans entail downing trees and cutting into a slope at an angle forbidden by the township ordinance.
Montclair Author Walks Abandoned Newark Train Tracks in Latest Work
His one-man journey is now the focus of this sixth book, "Walking the Newark Branch," which recently debuted alongside a documentary.
Bloomfield’s Sacred Heart School Endangered Due to Redevelopment
A proposed residential development in downtown Bloomfield could endanger two religious landmarks with deep roots in the local community.
Orange City Council Ignores all Budget Cut Suggestions, Voting to Raise Property Taxes
The Citizens Budget Advisory Committee (CBAC), a nine-member board comprised of local business professionals, opposed the 6.35 percent increase in the municipal budget.
A Monument in Newark’s Ironbound Pays Tribute to Immigrants
The Immigrants Memorial Monument by sculptor Camilo Satiro is in the Ironbound at the corner of Ferry Street and Edison Place.
Petition Urges LeFrak to Scale Back Five-Tower Plan for Jersey City Waterfront
Condo owners at the nearby Mandalay on the Hudson are claiming the 1,998-unit proposal would enrich developers “at the expense of residents' safety and quality of life.”