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Jersey City, New Jersey is located in Hudson County. Zip codes in Jersey City, NJ include 07308, 07309, and 07311. The median home price in Jersey City is $309,900 which is roughly $295/per square foot. More Jersey City information.

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3 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Jersey City fundraiser to benefit city couple killed in Virginia tornado

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop attends a fundraiser tonight, July 29, 2014, which will benefit the children of the Jersey City couple killed in a Virginia tornado Thursday.

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6 hrs ago | NJ.com

Georgia man charged with murdering retired Jersey City cop fighting extradition

The man arrested in Waynesboro, Georgia last week on charges he killed a retired Jersey City police officer found in his home with a power cord around his neck in 2012 is fighting extradition to New Jersey, officials said today.

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7 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Over 100 fathers and sons attend Jersey City's 'Ties that Bond' dinner

Attendance at Jersey City Assemblyman Charles Mainor's "Ties that Bond" dinner, which was held on Thursday at the Mary McLeod Bethune Center, surpassed last year and provided local fathers and sons with quality time with each other.

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7 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Jersey City's historic Apple Tree House remains closed, waiting to serve community

Behind a gated fence on Academy Street sits Jersey City's historic Apple Tree House - the famed property believed to be a meeting place for George Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette during the Revolutionary War.

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8 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Letter: City taking right steps

I am writing this letter in response to an article published July 24 about reducing gun violence in Jersey City.

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13 hrs ago | The Hudson Reporter

Jersey City holds public meeting on coastal flooding

Mayor Steven M. Fulop and the Division of Planning, in partnership with the Stevens Institute of Technology and Baker Engineering, will hold a public meeting on coastal flooding solutions from 5 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, July 30 in the City Hall Council Chambers, 280 Grove St. The purpose of the Public Meeting on Coastal Flooding Solutions is to ... (more)

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15 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Jersey City begins 'aggressive' campaign to fill potholes

Four months after spring began, Jersey City is still struggling to repair the thousands of potholes left on its streets during one of the coldest winters on record.

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15 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Food vendors feed hungry crowds at Project: Eats in Jersey City

Thousands of hungry locals came out Saturday for the Jersey City Project's latest event, Project: Eats, a food festival celebrating the best of Hudson County.

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17 hrs ago | NJ.com

Quigley: Does the death penalty go far enough?

For years New Jersey legislators argued about the death penalty, but surely no statement was more memorable than that of Walter Sheil, who represented District 31 in the 1970s when he passionately proclaimed to the Senate, "The death penalty doesn't go far enough."

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21 hrs ago | WVEC-TV Norfolk

Child hurt in Northampton tornado in coma

A 14-year-old child injured Thursday when a tornado blew down a tree onto his tent remains in a coma at a Hampton Roads hospital.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Hoboken-based artist opens new multi-layered exhibit

More than 5,000 miles away from the Gaza conflict, local artist Tracie Fracasso is drawing from those experiences as the inspiration behind her latest exhibit, "Artworks by Tracie Fracasso."

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The Jersey Journal

Union City man, 35, accused of leading Guttenberg police on a chase

A 35-year-old Union City man has been accused of leading Guttenberg police on a chase after refusing to stop on a motor vehicle offense, according to a criminal complaint.

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The Jersey Journal

Jersey City, Newark and Paterson mayors launch partnership to fight crime

The mayors of Jersey City, Newark and Paterson announced a major initiative to fight crime and strengthen communities by sharing intelligence, police officers and purchasing agreements.

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NorthJersey.com

Paterson joins Jersey City, Newark to launch anti-crime initiative

City law enforcement officials announced today that they would be working with police from Jersey City and Newark to create a regional Cease-Fire task force to combat the violence plaguing New Jersey's urban areas.

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NJ.com

Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan in Jersey City

Muslims in Jersey City held a colorful celebration of Eid al-Fitr, a holiday marking the end of Ramadan, at a Montgomery Street mosque earlier this morning.

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The Jersey Journal

Jersey City community group seeing small changes in south Greenville

A group of residents in Jersey City's Greenville section have seen minor improvements in their neighborhood, but want more changes made to reduce crime and improve the quality of life there.

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The Jersey Journal

Jersey City farmers market to offer the 'Perfect Peach Pie Contest'

Amateur bakers are invited to try their luck at the Perfect Peach Pie Contest on Aug. 3 at the Riverview-Fisk Park's farmers market located on Palisade Avenue between Griffith and Bowers streets.

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The Jersey Journal

Jersey City man caught with gun, hollow-point bullets, cops say

A 21-year-old Jersey City man accused of carrying a gun loaded with hollow-point bullets was held on $35,000 bail after he made his first court appearance Thursday.

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The Jersey Journal

Sheriff's officers arrest 'as many people as possible'

The Hudson County Sheriff's Office joined with several agencies in "Operation Safe Street," a sweep that last week led to the arrests of 24 people on criminal warrants ranging from probation violations to drug, weapons and armed robbery charges, officials said.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

NJ.com

Jersey Shore fishing: Stripers still biting

It's almost August, but striped bass continue to bite in Raritan Bay's warm waters.

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