Several moves have already been made to improve crowded service along the 119 bus line and locals will have a chance to weigh in at a community meeting on the issue later tonight.
Join the Journal Square Community Association and Mayor Fulop to raise money for Jersey City’s own High Line park.
Established by Dr. Tyeese Gaines from Jersey City, NOWmed and its staff are excited to serve the community.
Jersey City's Southside neighborhoods are gaining recognition for their expansive parks, burgeoning local business scene, and a tight-knit community spirit that has been part of their DNA for decades.
These hard-working nonprofit organizations share a common theme: a goal of ending homelessness in Hudson County.
A new report reveals that the Garden State’s younger residents are indeed fleeing, a trend that could have substantial consequences for the business and real estate climate.
The first chunk of restoration work should start soon at the historic Willow Avenue church, which is looking to be put back to use after years of dormancy.
The proposed task force in New Jersey’s largest city would be among the first of its kind in a state where homelessness remains a crisis.
Taxes, lawsuits, and abatements are set to take center stage as Mayor Fulop discusses the future of Journal Square at The New JSQ Community Association monthly meeting on August 13.
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.