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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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4 hrs ago | NJ.com

Jersey City artist Darin DeField, 49, remembered for his work and spirit

When an artist leaves this world, they leave behind two ghosts--one in the memories of those they've touched and the other, on the canvas.

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6 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Locals join Deepak Chopra's Global Meditation for Peace world record attempt

People from Hudson County and all around the world will be participating in Deepak Chopra's attempt to set a Guinness World Record for largest group meditation next week.

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10 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Religion notes

The Wallace Temple A.M.E. Zion Church, 392 Ave. C, Bayonne, will host its Vacation Bible School from Aug. 11 to 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. Everyone aged 3 and up is welcome free of charge, and this year's theme will be "21st Century Christians".

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Roaring 20's come to Jersey City in masking tape artist's new show

One of the pieces by Kayt Hester that will be in "Ninety Summers Later" at LITM.

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The Jersey Journal

Hudson County girls participate in GIRLTALK #takeover

Around 150 Hudson County girls ages 8 to 16 participated in various arts, beauty, health and wellness activities during the half-day GIRLTALK #takeover program at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County in Jersey City on Wednesday, July 30, 2014.

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The Jersey Journal

Urban Animals Filming

Co-producer Clover Welsh of Jersey City and Producer Tony Sawicki of East Rutherford filmed an episode for their upcoming television series Urban Animals at Harsimus Cemetery in Jersey City on Wednesday, July 30, featuring the goats that are contributing to the restoration of the site.

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The Jersey Journal

Jersey City to request $1M from state to help develop Berry Lane Park

Ben Delisle, director of the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency, explains the status of the construction on Berry Lane Park in a conference room at 30 Montgomery Street in Jersey City on July 29, 2014.

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The Jersey Journal

Luxury rental building '18 Park' opens in Jersey City

One of the hottest luxury rental buildings in Jersey City, 18 Park, officially opened yesterday evening at a ceremony hosted by developers Ironstate and KRE on the building's landscaped roof deck.

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The Jersey Journal

Armed robber steals teen's bike in Newport Centre Mall

Jersey City police are looking for the armed robber who stole a teen's bike in the Newport Centre Mall and then threatened him with a knife yesterday, officials said.

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The Jersey Journal

Man rams police cars during wild chase through Jersey City, Hoboken: cops

A Jersey City man is accused of leading police on a wild car chase through the streets - and sidewalks - of Jersey City and Hoboken last Friday night, during which two police cars were damaged, authorities said.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Observer

Blue ranks get reinforcements

Talk about parallel life paths: Joseph White and Matthew Giunta went to pre-school together, then to Franklin Elementary School, then Lyndhurst High.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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