Hudson County officials announce extension for Jersey City property owners to file tax appeals.
The Hudson County town is seeking to end short-term vacation rentals this week. Those who violate the new ordinance could face hundreds of dollars in fines.
The City of Newark is amending its rules regarding liquor licenses in the city’s downtown.
The City of Newark is looking to sell two lots near the Passaic River to the same politically connected company that is responsible for the upcoming "Shaq Tower."
Officials have moved forward with a plan to investigate whether a swath of Downtown land could qualify as a redevelopment area after a deal that would have paved the way for a linear park was derailed.
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.
The 15-year tax abatement for downtown development 372 9th was rescinded after Shuster Group failed to meet agreement terms.
Two relics of Jersey City’s industrial past that are only four blocks from each other are presently worlds apart, with one undergoing a building...
Incumbent Mayor Dawn Zimmer has announced she will not be seeking re-election and has endorsed a two-term Councilman for the city's top job.
The Jersey City Fire Department could get new facilities on Communipaw Avenue and Grand Street.