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Part of the New York metropolitan area, Jersey City lies between of the Hudson River and Upper New York Bay across from Lower Manhattan and the Hackensack River and Newark Bay. A commercial and industrial center, it is a port of entry and a manufacturing center. Service industries have played a prominent role in the redevelopment of its waterfront and the creation of one of the nation's largest office-space real estate markets.

Population: 242389
Local Newspapers: Jersey Journal New York Times
Local Sports Teams: New Jersey Devils (NHL) New Jersey Nets (NBA)
Local Colleges: New Jersey City University

Zip Codes associated with jersey city, new jersey:
Towns/Cities near jersey city, new jersey : Hoboken Bayonne Greenville Newark Kearny Secaucus

Jersey City News
Beer distributor looking forward to move to Secaucus

"We love the state of New Jersey and the quality of the workforce here is outstanding," said Chris Sheehan said of the family-owned business that serves all five boroughs in New York City as well as Long Island. The company is expected to make the move from Brooklyn, where it opened in 1996, to the former Panasonic site on the Meadowlands Parkway in April or May, said Sheehan, who along with his brothers are fourth generation owners of 18 beer distributing companies across the country, including Hunterdon Brewing Co.

N.J. watchdog issues scathing review of Jersey City water agency

JERSEY CITY - The state comptroller's office has issued a blistering audit report that describes multiple instances of fiscal mismanagement at the Jersey City Municipal Utilities Authority. The MUA repeatedly raised water and sewer rates despite having multimillion-dollar surpluses; did not perform financial reviews to determine if rate increases were necessary; lost an estimated $575,000 in revenue after failing to collect payments from bulk-water customers; and allowed its former executive director to give himself raises and other benefits without board approval, according to the 36-page report, released today.

Unregistered gun found after fire that displaced 29 people

JERSEY CITY -- Firefighters investigating a three-alarm blaze that displaced dozens of residents found an unregistered gun among the debris, officials said. Because of the extensive damage left behind at 139 and 141 Wilkinson Ave ., authorities are still working to investigate which unit the weapon, only described as an unregistered handgun, was in before the fire broke out.

Man says shooting threat against college never happened

JERSEY CITY - While authorities allege a Hudson County Community College student said he would carry out a shooting like the massacre in Parkland, Florida, over a financial aid dispute, the man's caregiver says the only threat made was an attorney would be hired in the matter. Wayne Gilch, of Jersey City, said 48-year-old Franklyn Diaz has serious health issues that have left him with a mental state similar to a young child.

What you need to know about upcoming closure at Jersey City Main Library

Jersey's City Main Library will close March 1 while an asbestos abatement is completed in the building's reference department, the library announced. The Main Library, located at 472 Jersey Ave., is expected to reopen March 12. Regional branch libraries will be open for extended hours while the Main Library is closed.

Head-bobbing, butt-shaking good time ahead in Jersey City

He gets funky with the band More Than a Little, does bluegrass covers of Grateful Dead songs with Grateful Grass, plays "Appalachian Psychedelic Bluegrass" with the trio Keller & The Keels, does gospel versions of Grateful Dead songs with Grateful Gospel, indulges in his love of jazz fusion with Keller Williams with Moseley, Droll & Sire, and in the Keller Williams KWahtro, turns his songs into "a template for creations involving improvisational bursts of new disco, reggae, drum and bass and jazz swing afro trap, all with two acoustic guitars, double bass and drums."

Jersey Journal front and back page news: Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla has a second job with a politically connected law firm, and it's not sitting well with the City Council. A three-alarm fire left at least 12 families homeless yesterday in Jersey City.

'Double-parked' bank robber sentenced to prison for BCB Bank heist

BAYONNE -- A city man was sentenced to 46 months in prison today for robbing a BCB Bank in Jersey City in 2016. Patrick O'Boyle, 60, had his sentence imposed today in Newark federal court after entering a guilty plea to one count of bank robbery in November.

Nurse during testimony says rape victim's distress etched in her mind

JERSEY CITY -- A nurse who has examined more than 1,000 suspected rape victims testified at the trial of a Hoboken rape defendant today that her examination of his alleged victim is a case that is etched in her memory. "There's certain cases that really stick out in my mind," said Bonnie Roger, a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner who examined the 22-year-old woman prosecutors say was raped in her Clinton Street home by Marcos Blandino on April 23, 2017.

Murder trial starts for felon charged with shooting man in neck

JERSEY CITY - Jury selection began this morning for the murder trial of a 26-year-old Jersey City felon accused of shooting a man in the neck on Clinton Avenue in 2016. Justin Garcia, of Garfield Avenue, was is charged with the July 21, 2016 murder of Javon Murray, 28, of Stegman Street.

Items that haven't reached Puerto Rico are lifesavers for fire victims

When Hurricane Maria brought devastating damage to Puerto Rico in September, Jersey City residents were quick to offer any assistance they could. A countless number of donated supplies were shipped from the Department of Public Works building on Linden Avenue to the island and some are still waiting to be delivered.

Jersey Journal front and back page news: Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Pressure on lawmakers is mounting to address gun control laws in the wake of the deadly Florida high school shooting last week. A former Jersey City police officer who was fired in 2016 is filing suit against the department, claiming he was retaliated against after reporting an illegal off-duty detail.

Get free income tax preparation help

United Way of Hudson County is teaming with the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program and HOPES to prepare and file federal and state income taxes for locals. The service runs through April 13. To be eligible, participants must have been New Jersey residents for all of last year.

A peek inside Downtown Jersey City's SoHo Lofts

Developer Manhattan Building Company has officially unveiled a package of forward-thinking, world-class amenities at Soho Lofts, a new collection of 377 apartment homes in Jersey City's fast evolving SoHo West community. Street, Soho Lofts location provides easy access to some of New Jersey's most dynamic urban centers -- Hoboken is just minutes away.

'Serpico-like situation' inside Jersey City police department, ex-cop alleges

Juan Ramos, right, a former Jersey City cop, is suing the city claiming he was the victim of retaliation. With him is his attorney, Lou Zayas.

Settle Jersey City teacher contract; Coyle good for district | Feedback

Jersey City Public School teachers are the core of our public education system. Not only do the teachers educate our youth during school hours, many teachers go above and beyond in helping students beyond the school day.

Planetarium the star of Liberty Science Center anniversary gala

For 25 years, lovers of science and the cosmos have gravitated to Liberty Science Center, which was celebrated last month by longtime supporters. Those in attendance for the Jan. 26 anniversary gala were treated to a special presentation inside the recently-renovated Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium, now the largest in the hemisphere and fourth largest in the world.

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