Buildings in Newark neighborhoods along the Passaic River could soon rise up to 40 stories.
A new Assembly Bill will help small restaurants in qualified districts purchase liquor licenses that would otherwise be too expensive.
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.
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.
Like it or not, Jersey City’s controversial citywide property revaluation is coming. This Saturday marks the first of a series of seven information sessions for the city to educate residents on how it will affect them.
Voters in New Jersey spoke yesterday, overwhelmingly rejecting the expansion of gaming outside of Atlantic City. Ultimately, stalling any plans for a casino in Jersey City.
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.
Next month, Jersey City residents will vote on a new tax initiative intended to fund parks and historic preservation.
A Jersey City ordinance that says developments granted property tax abatements must hire union labor on their projects was struck a blow last week by an Appeals Court, although the city’s top official says the matter is far from settled.
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