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New Jersey Department of Transportation officials today issued a reminder that school will be back in session next week, and with the Pulaski Skyway northbound lanes closed for rehabilitation there could be additional traffic on the alternate routes.
Neighbor envy apparently is a potent driver for custom audio/video systems. That's a good thing.
With the departure of a key church official, Archbishop John J. Myers has appointed the Rev.
Looking for things to do Labor Day weekend? Check out today's issue of The Jersey Journal and local newsstands for our Weekend Urge arts and entertainment section .
Business owners Suhash and Ulka Bhavsar found the perfect space in Somerville to open their new business, selecting a fifth-floor office suite across the street from the Somerville Post Office and NJ Transit Train Station.
The Hoboken Fire Department's Marine Unit responded to another call of a person in distress in the Hudson River last night, the third such call since Tuesday, and fire officials said that is a lot for a two-day period, officials said.
We've got just under a month of the warmest season left, and with Labor Day weekend nearing, we're all looking for last-minute summer things to do.
Because I like reading the real estate section in the Sunday New York Times, it was no surprise when I saw a headline on Aug. 24 that began "Full of Character for a Lot Less.
Stevens Institute of Technology yesterday showcased renderings of a high tech, hurricane resilient "SURE HOUSE" designed in response to the devastation to homes on the New Jersey and New York shores by Superstorm Sandy.
In the concrete jungle, an hour-long downpour can cause an all-day headache. Rain gushing from streets and sidewalks, parking lots, roofs and other impermeable surfaces quickly overwhelms a city's sewer system.
Mayor Dawn Zimmer will partner with officials from the Hoboken Fire Department and the Alzheimer's Association to mark the start of a month long initiative to raise awareness of Alzheimer's disease tomorrow, officials announced.
A North Bergen man was thrown into the Hudson River at the 14th Street pier in Hoboken early this morning and was later rescued by police and firefighters, Hoboken police said this morning.
Every year, the event brings nationally known talent together with up-and-comers to bring top-notch comedy to the Mile Square City.
An overturned vehicle in Weehawken on the eastbound helix of the Lincoln Tunnel has been cleared, allowing traffic to once again flow smoothly, Port Authority police spokesman Joe Pentangelo said.
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