The proposed New Jersey legislation would redraw state tourism maps and reallocate tourism funds for regional marketing activities.
The Jersey City Fire Department could get new facilities on Communipaw Avenue and Grand Street.
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.
Despite the easing of most COVID-19 restrictions, landlords in Newark are still unable to raise rents on their properties due to a moratorium on rent increases on rent-controlled apartments.
Last year, Newark Deputy Mayor Baye Adofo-Wilson, who oversaw development in New Jersey’s largest city, resigned and took a job with a Central Jersey law firm. Now, that law firm will continue to be paid by the City of Newark to provide legal services related to development.
The Morris County-based foundation has applied to build a new preschool with 16 classrooms between Hawthorne and Nye Avenues in Newark’s South Ward. The property was previously expected to contain a new campus for University High School.
New Jersey’s hockey team is teaming up with the City of Newark to renovate the Ironbound Ice Rink.
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.
Jersey City’s unsuccessful application to Amazon included 31 letters of support from local politicians and business leaders. We’ve gotten our hands on every letter for you to view.
The result of the senator’s corruption trial remains to be seen, but the conclusion could have a potentially large effect on New Jersey’s congressional representation over the next year.