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Duran Gonzalez, a St. Peter's Prep sophomore, with his parents John and Julieanne, talk to Vanderbuilt University alum Henry Saurborn at the Hudson County College Fair hosted by Saint Peter's University on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 in Jersey City.
Fairlong High School student John Roca and his mother Elise talk to Andre Hill with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro at the Hudson County College Fair hosted by Saint Peter's University on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 in Jersey City.
Harvard University alumna Carole Reading talks to St. Peter's Prep sophomore Christian Butts and his father Timothy at the Hudson County College Fair hosted by Saint Peter's University on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 in Jersey City.
New Jersey may not be a sprawling land mass, but it probably has more municipalities than your favorite Midwestern state .
Performers who played at Jersey City's famed Casa Dante restaurant expressed shock this week at the eatery's sudden closing .
The doctor who performed an emergency surgery on one of the victims of a shooting in Jersey City in 2010 that left one man dead testified this morning that the surviving victim didn't remember what had happened to him.
A northern New Jersey man who strangled his wife and stuffed her body in a 55-gallon drum has been sentenced to 22 years in prison.
The Jersey City man who strangled his wife and stuffed her body in a 55-gallon drum in 2011 was sentenced to 22 years in prison.
Last week I broke the story of well known and outspoken NJ Gun Law Critic James Kaleda being targeted by the New Jersey State Police over claims that he provided false information on a NJ Non Resident Firearms I.D. Card Application.
Mayor Steve Fulop is bullish about Jersey City's financial future and he wants to cut property taxes this year by more than 2 percent while investing in public parks and the city's employee pension fund.
Jersey City won an initial victory in its court battle with the Friends of the Loew's , the nonprofit that operates the city-owned Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre, when a Hudson County judge today denied the nonprofit's bid to have the city immediately restrained from moving on with its attempt to find a new management team to run the former movie ... (more)
After a fire took the lives of four people on Grant Avenue on March 6, Mayor Steve Fulop and the Jersey City Council are teaming up with United Way of Hudson County to help those displaced by the fire.
Mayor Steven Fulop planned to introduce to the City Council on Monday night the 2014 municipal Budget, the first budget of the Fulop Administration and one that reduces property taxes by 2.1 percent and provides the City Council flexibility to reduce taxes even further - up to 5.6 percent.
School 4 eighth graders and National Junior Honor Society members Alyza Cortes and Gekson Cassillas give advice to School 3 fourth and fifth graders about middle school life during the Read Across America celebration on Monday, March 10, 2014, in Jersey City Reena Rose Sibayan/The Jersey Journal
Frank R. Conwell School 3 fourth and fifth graders listen to Principal Darren Mischel as he reads Dr. Seuss' "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" during the Read Across America celebration on Monday, March 10, 2014, in Jersey City.
New Jersey State Troopers visited School 3 to read to students during the Read Across America celebration on Monday, March 10, 2014, in Jersey City.