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We the People will hold an election for the reinstating of the Common Law Grand Jury on Thursday, Dec. 12, from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m., at the Union City Public Library, 324-43rd St., Union City.
Officials broke ground today at the site of 10 condominiums n Jersey City's Greenville section aimed at providing affordable housing through a project organized by a state agency, a community bank and a city developer.
Cornell William Brooks, CEO of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, speaks at a press conference at City Hall in Jersey City on Dec. 4, 2013.
While officials continue to investigate the cause of a ferry accident in Downtown Jersey City Friday afternoon that left seven people with minor injuries, some information has begun to trickle out.
Sunday's fundraiser at a Downtown Jersey City restaurant brought in $4,000 to help victims of three recent local fires.
A lawyer for Salaam Reevey, who was acquitted in September of murder, but found guilty of robbery and aggravated assault, is balking at the 24-year sentence that was given to her client last month.
When a New Jersey worker gets sick or needs to care for a family member, should she have to lose wages and risk losing her job? To us, and the thousands of advocates working to bring earned sick days to the 1.2 million Garden State workers who lack this basic benefit, the answer is clearly no.
Apprentice Jennie Berlin and skaters Marsha Snyder, Aaron Gillespie, Taryn Jorgensen, Matej Silecky and Alex Tregre take a bow after their Ice Theatre of New York performance at the grand re-opening of Newport Skates on Tuesday, Dec. 3, in Jersey City.
Although he'll have to wait at least six months before an appeal will be heard, both sides reacted as expected to the sentence Salaam Reevey received in the case.
A tangle of low-hanging electrical wires near Grove and Bay streets in Downtown Jersey City posed a problem for firefighters battling a four-alarm blaze there last week, a top official said yesterday.
NEWARK - The state comptroller's office issued the result of an audit today calling into question hundreds of thousands of dollars in city spending, including payments made to dead employees and donations to a non-profit founded by Council President Mildred Crump.
HOBOKEN - For the last year, evidence of a Jersey City man's crimes have popped up throughout Jersey City and Hoboken, including: a daisy painted on a blank blue wall, a spray-painted love letter and an inspirational quote at the train station.
One of the two vendors for New Jersey's controversial red-light cameras has put out a video intended to provide a comprehensive look at the process - and clear up some persistent questions, according to a story posted on nj.com.
Jersey City wants to extract more money from developers Paul and Eric Silverman in exchange for a long-term tax break on a Silverman development slated for a former parking lot at Grove and Montgomery streets, seen above in October.