Hoboken Sets Date on Styrofoam Ban, Similar Statewide Ban in the Works
An ordinance outlawing all single-service Styrofoam products at local businesses includes a complete ban on all plastic bags, including reusable ones.
Newark Sues NYC Over a Program That Has Relocated 1,198 Homeless Families to the...
Newark filed a lawsuit saying that New York City is violating interstate commerce rules by coercing families to sign leases for illegal and uninhabitable apartments.
The World’s Fare Returns to Citi Field For Its Second Year
The event will feature 100+ food vendors, 50+ international beers live music, cultural dance, food & dessert exhibitions, art installations, and more.
NJ Transit Begins Trans-Hudson Contingency Planning
With the only commuter rail tunnels dating back over a century, Jersey Digs has learned that New Jersey Transit is starting to create contingency plans.
Jersey City’s Downtown Yogurt to Open Location in Tribeca
Downtown Jersey City frozen yogurt business is about to open a location across the Hudson in Lower Manhattan.
Casper Brings the Snooze to NoHo with Sleep Specialists, Mini Mattress Homes, Dog Beds
This is what award-winning comfort feels like. Experience it yourself at Casper's new Sleep Shop, located at 627 Broadway in Manhattan.
Clinton Campaign Plans Victory Fireworks Show Over The Hudson
UPDATE: This morning, TMZ discovered the Clinton campaign has called off the fireworks planned for tomorrow evening. No reason was given for the sudden change.