A timeline for Jersey City’s pending revaluation has been obtained by The Jersey Journal. The document received by via a public-records request outlines the steps in the revaluation process along with proposed dates for each step.
Even if New Jersey legalizes marijuana, you will not be able to make or buy it in one Hudson County town.
The Hoboken City Council took a step toward re-bidding a much-maligned sewer contract after a month that saw 18 water main breaks rock the city.
A new rule that would charge food trucks up to $200 a day to operate on certain Downtown streets has been suspended for now as officials have vowed to revamp the policy following community pushback.
With nearly weekly shootings and gun arrests that have increased by 360 percent compared to last year, Newark's West Ward is hoping their new city council candidates have some solutions.
Tonight, the City Council of Jersey City will vote on an ordinance that would create an electric vehicle (EV) charging station “zone” for electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles.
A war of words and a lawsuit have left plans to relocate an Exchange Place statue seemingly up in the air.
Newark officials are looking to buy $61 million worth of property from the Essex County Improvement Authority.
The state has opened a lottery program to aid tenants that have been impacted by the coronavirus and those interested have two weeks to enroll.
Union City is taking Hoboken to court to stop a three-building project, claiming officials are misrepresenting the development’s height and engaging in a “quid pro quo” by accepting community givebacks.