The Mayor and Senator were among the dozens of notable Newarkers in attendance at Leadership Newark.
Hoboken is the first municipality to launch its own dedicated task force to address homelessness.
After 67 years, Casino in the Park’s lease is up for bid and a high-end restaurant has been suggested, but residents are skeptical of the need and success of fine dining in the park.
Newark will be the beneficiary of a $5.5 million initiative by the Rockefeller Foundation to spur responsible private investment through the federal Opportunity Zone program.
Journal Square’s big moment of truth is rapidly approaching and the neighborhood is preparing for the pending residential boom in several ways, which include some spruced-up streets, a transit hub renovation, and emerging community organization.
Infrastructure improvements and more are planned for the city’s Fairmount neighborhood.
The 95-year-old venue forms seven-member, volunteer-based body with Black executives from Goldman Sachs, Facebook, and AllianceBernstein.
The Gilded Era estate is now owned by Essex County and is open for tours and events on the grounds.
Saturday, July 21, at Hudson Exchange West in Downtown Jersey City, Green Villain will host a Block Party complete with live painting, music, and food.
A McGinley Square block party is planned for Saturday. But there’s a catch. Before the party, volunteers are asked to spend an hour cleaning up and beautifying Bergen Avenue between Montgomery Street and Duncan Avenue.