In part five of our ongoing interview series with Jersey City’s nine city councilpeople, Council President Rolando Lavarro discusses plans and expectations for his next four years in office.
While “Joker” is taping in Journal Square, the city considers increasing the cost to produce a major film in Jersey City.
Hoboken residents have complained on social media about people riding on sidewalks, riding two to a scooter, and allowing kids to ride. Now, the city has hired two 'micromobility officers' to enforce safety.
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.
Buildings in Newark neighborhoods along the Passaic River could soon rise up to 40 stories.
After plenty of back and forth, Jersey City and Polish officials agreed to a plan that would move the statue to York Street and spruce up another section of the waterfront.
New Jersey’s largest city should create a land bank like Detroit's in order to sell public property, according to the new Newark Forward report.
The co-founder of the Jersey City Reservoir Preservation Alliance who has spent 15 years working with locals and community groups is hoping to represent The Heights on the city council.
A new ordinance outlaws rent increases of more than 5 percent a year on newly constructed units that weren’t previously governed by rent control.