BREAKING: Dawn Zimmer Officially Bows Out of Hoboken Mayoral Race
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.
Jersey City Property Revaluation Info Sessions Start This Saturday
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.
Plans for a Jersey City Casino Stopped Cold by New Jersey Voters
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.
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.
Jersey City to Vote on New Parks Tax
Next month, Jersey City residents will vote on a new tax initiative intended to fund parks and historic preservation.
Battle Over Union Labor On Abated Properties Chugs On
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.
Jersey News: JC Casino ‘an icon’, Christie OKs Pot for PTSD, NJ Millennials Live...
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, Jersey City casino developer touts project as iconic, NJ millennials are still living at home, Gannett slashes jobs at NJMG, more.
Jersey News: Marilyn Monroe’s Dress at Mana Contemporary, ‘Orange is the New Black’ Author...
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, 'Orange is the New Black' author to appear in Jersey City, Marylin Monroe's dress on display at Mana Contemporary before heading to auction, Newark venture capital fund looking for start-ups, and more.
Over the past week, the story on how a Monopoly-themed mural at the tip of the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza wound up officially painted over, has materialized into a public discussion. Commission, censorship, hypersensitivity, freedom of expression in art, and corporate sponsorship are now the charged pieces at the center of the game board.
Long Planned City Hall Annex to Break Ground this Week
After announcing the plan two years ago, Jersey City is finally beginning construction on its City Hall annex. According to the Jersey Journal, a groundbreaking ceremony is planned tomorrow for the 45,000 square foot project.