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.
A few years after embracing short-term rentals, the city council is weighing an ordinance that would place heavy restrictions on them in the name of combating a housing shortage.
A non-profit made up of local property owners are challenging two ordinances halting rent increases and tenant evictions amid COVID-19, claiming the new laws violate their civil rights.
Jersey City officials are now accepting proposals for new developments at the site of a Newark Avenue parking lot. A City agency is hoping that proposed projects will include a boutique hotel.
The council voted 8-1 last week in favor of moving forward on the purchase or eminent domain of the waterfront property, which would be used as open space.
Taking a ferry to the Statue of Liberty or Ellis Island may be a memorable experience for visitors to Liberty State Park, but an...
The first step has been taken to revitalize a theater in the Raritan Valley town that has been vacant for almost two decades.
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.