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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

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Towns/Cities near jersey city, new jersey : Hoboken Bayonne Greenville Newark Kearny Secaucus

Jersey City News
String of defeats for man seeking to stop Jersey City tower construction

A Maryland man's hopes of halting construction on a Jersey City high-rise and simultaneously ending the Sixth Street Embankment imbroglio are fizzling. An administrative law judge in October booted the man, James Riffin, from participating in the embankment case and a federal judge in December dismissed Riffin's lawsuit that sought to stop work on the 35-story Hudson Exchange West tower.

Dozens nabbed in narcotics sweep in Hudson, Essex counties

More than 30 people were arrested throughout Hudson and Essex counties on Tuesday following an eight-month narcotics investigation, Hudson County Prosecutors Esther Suarez announced today. Approximately 150 law enforcement officers from the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office, the Jersey City Police Department, and other local and federal agencies executed a number of search warrants at various locations -- including seven homes, four vehicles and one business -- in Jersey City and East Orange, beginning at 6 a.m. Additional search warrants and arrest warrants continued to be executed throughout the day.

Bayonne cop charged with covering up police brutality now on modified duty

JERSEY CITY -- A Bayonne police officer has been placed on modified duty after being charged with lying in a report to cover for a fellow officer who struck a handcuffed suspect with a flashlight in 2013. On May 15, a federal grand jury indicted Officer Francis Styles, 36, of Bayonne, on charges he falsified an official record and failed to report police brutality by former Bayonne Police Officer Domenico Lillo, acting U.S. Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick said.

Bayonne police staying busy with heroin arrests -- at least 12 in May

Bayonne police made four heroin-related arrests, three of which were in a single day, during the week of May 14, authorities said.( BAYONNE -- Police made four heroin-related arrests last week, including three in a single day, authorities said, bringing the total to at least 12 heroin-related arrests this month. On May 16 at approximately 11 a.m., police arrested two men in the area of East 32nd Street and charged them with heroin-related crimes.

How to get your kid a seat in one of N.J.'s hardest-to-get-into high schools

This story is part of "N.J.'s hardest-to-get-into high schools," an NJ Advance Media special report on the rise of specialized public high schools for top students around the state. Long before they start dreaming about applying to college, many New Jersey middle school students are striving to get into some of the state's best high schools.

Gleaming classic cars, live music at Jersey City auto and music show

Gleaming classic cars at the curbside and live music on the bandstand graced the Jersey City Heights Saturday at the 3rd annual Central Avenue Auto and Music Show. "I like it," said Jose Luis Bayon, standing beside his pride and joy -- a 1957 aqua blue Chevy Bel Air.

Assembly OKs bill that waives duplicate license fees for organ donors

A common-sense bill that would eliminate fees for New Jersey residents requesting an updated driver's license or identification card to show that they are organ donors was approved unanimously by the state Assembly Monday. The bill, which has already been passed by the state Senate, was sponsored by Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, D-Secaucus, and Assembly members Angelica Jimenez, D-West New York, and Raj Mukherji, D-Jersey City.

Phil Murphy talks urban renewal in Jersey City speech

JERSEY CITY -- Joanne Howie lives in Holland Gardens, a public-housing complex that sits in a pocket of poverty amid the affluence of Downtown Jersey City. Every four years, Howie said, Democrats running for governor promise to enact policies that would help struggling urban areas like hers.

Bayonne man kidnapped and sexually assaulted woman: court doc

JERSEY CITY -- A 39-year-old Bayonne man has been accused of kidnapping a woman, assaulting her both sexually and physically, as well as threatening to kill her. James C. Mitchell, of Andrew Street, appeared in court on Thursday on the charges of kidnapping, sexual assault, aggravated assault and making terroristic threats, according to a criminal complaint.

Help sought to pay medical bills of Jersey City businessman who died after attack

JERSEY CITY -- The New Jersey Warehousemen and Movers Association is raising money to help pay the medical bills of a slain business owner who died months after being assaulted during a robbery at his Jersey City moving company. "The New Jersey Moving Industry lost a true gentleman," the organization said of Irving Catlow Jr., 74, who died April 1 of injuries suffered during the Nov. 4, 2016 attack at Catlow Movers on Summit Avenue.

Jersey City murder defendant will be detained through prosecution

JERSEY CITY -- A 23-year-old Jersey City man charged with murdering a teenager on May 9 will be detained through the course of his prosecution, a Superior Court judge ordered Monday. Dominique Green was arrested May 12 and charged with fatally shooting 19-year-old Rasheed Raysor at around 3:30 p.m. near 95 Woodlawn Ave. Raysor suffered gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene, officials said.

NJ aims to boost democracy in homeowners associations

State lawmakers have given unanimous approval to a bill giving more rights to residents of common interest communities, such as homeowners associations. One of every seven New Jersey residents, more than 1.3 million people, live in 6,700 communities overseen by homeowners associations.

Jersey Journal front and back page news: Tuesday, May 23, 2017

A Jersey City bill would force developers who receive tax breaks for market-rate housing Downtown to set aside 15 percent of their developments as affordable housing. And an explosion struck an Ariana Grande concert attended by thousands of young music fans in northern England, killing at least 19 people and injuring dozens in what police were treating as a terrorist attack.

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure at Liberty State Park

Thousands of people turned out Sunday morning for the 2017 Susan G. Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure races on the Jersey City waterfront. Walkers and runners had picturesque views of the Statue of Liberty and the New York skyline as they made their way through the Hudson River Walkway course in Liberty State Park.

Bill would force affordable housing in Downtown Jersey City

JERSEY CITY -- Developers who receive tax breaks for market-rate housing Downtown will have to set aside 15 percent of their developments as affordable housing under a plan set for initial approval by the City Council this week. The move is the latest by Mayor Steve Fulop's administration to force developers building housing in the city's wealthiest neighborhoods to build units for residents of lesser financial means.

Bayonne woman accused of killing husband pleads not guilty

JERSEY CITY -- A Bayonne woman accused of killing her husband after being found covered in blood inside their home in November pleaded not guilty to murder and weapons offenses today. Margaret T. Mazurczyk, 50, was wearing the bright orange garb of the Mercer County jail as Hudson County Assistant Prosecutor Leo Hernandez read the five-county April 25 indictment charging her with the murder of Stanley Mazurczyk, her 54-year-old husband.

N.J. man charged with killing mother appears in court handcuffed, on stretcher

JERSEY CITY -- A Bayonne man charged with murdering his mother before jumping out a window and falling four stories will plead not guilty by reason of insanity. Michael Metro, 49, was on a stretcher and accompanied by emergency medical technicians when he appeared Monday at his arraignment on charges he murdered Kathleen Metro, 69, in the apartment they shared on East 50th Street on Dec. 31, 2016.

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