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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.
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
Officials: Employee injured after car slams into Jersey City bodega
They say the driver of a white Chevy Cobalt lost control and slammed into the front of the Elupina Grocery around 6 p.m., located at the corner of Lembeck and Ocean Avenues. Officials say that the driver walked away from the crash with a minor injury, and that a store employee was also hurt.Political jigsaw puzzle for Jersey City
Freeholder Junior Maldonado confirmed last week that he will run for county clerk in the upcoming Democratic primary and not seek to retain his freeholder seat. It appears that Jersey City Board of Education president Joel Torres is being considered by the Hudson County Democratic Organization as the candidate to run for Maldonado's seat.Teens, ages 13 and 15, shot early Sunday morning in Jersey City
A 13-year-old is in critical condition and a second teen was injured in a shooting early Sunday morning on Ocean Avenue, officials said. JERSEY CITY -- A 13-year-old is in critical condition and a second teen was injured in a shooting early Sunday morning on Ocean Avenue, officials said.Editorial: Some light rail progress in Bergen
Sometimes the train moves slowly. When it comes to light rail in Bergen County, it hasn't moved at all, so the joint release of a study last week from NJ Transit and the Federal Transit Administration is encouraging news for Bergen commuters.Majority of reported crimes in NJ's big cities go unsolved
Democrat Lisa McCormick says more evidence that revolutionary changes are required to cure government dysfunction is found in statistics from the State Police that reveal a vast majority of crimes that were reported in New Jersey's largest municipalities were not solved by the police. The statistics filed on a monthly basis by local police departments and assembled every year in the Uniform Crime Report, showed that 80% of the crimes that were reported in New Jersey's 8 most recognized municipalities went unsolved.Book hits the big screenMovie based on Hoboken author's novel premieres in theaters 3/31-4/1
"Carrie Pilby," a movie based on the offbeat first novel by Hoboken author Caren Lissner, opens the weekend of March 31-April 1 in theaters in New York City, Los Angeles, San Diego, Bethesda, Md., and Chicago. The comedy film stars Nathan Lane , Bel Powley, Gabriel Byrne, Vanessa Bayer, Jason Ritter, Colin O'Donoghue, William Moseley, Desmin Borges, and several other big names.Kennedy Dancers launch 40th Anniversary - Jersey City Follies'
The Kennedy Dancers have announced in celebration of their 40th Anniversary Season the company will present a fundraising gala, "The Jersey City Follies," on Thursday, May 11, at the historic Landmark Loew's Jersey Theater on Journal Square, Jersey City. The Jersey City Follies will be an evening of fun and music celebrating vaudeville and burlesque style entertainment.Union City teen took part in heroin, cocaine deal, say Jersey City police
Jersey City police say they watched an 18-year-old Union City man make what appeared to be a drug deal before arresting him on heroin and cocaine charges Sunday. Jeremy Perez, of the 1300 block of Palisade Avenue, was charged with possession of 20 bags of suspected heroin and 20 vials of suspected cocaine after being arrested by officers conducting surveillance in the area of Bidwell Avenue and Martin Luther King Drive, the criminal complaint says.Mindy Kaling and Senator Cory Booker Just Set up a Date Over Twitter and It Was Adorable
Mindy Kaling 's character on The Mindy Show Mindy Lahiri called out New Jersey Senator Cory Booker during a recent episode, and while stuff like that typically gets ignored by politicians, it actually did just the opposite this time around. Booker took to Twitter on Friday to playfully address how Mindy's Newark diss broke his heart.Grove Film Festival showcases Jersey talent
Grove Film Festival showcases Jersey talent "Celebrity Sex Tape" is among the offerings at the event in Jersey City on Wednesday. Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2nOuBEN You won't see any celebrity sex tapes on Wednesday, March 29 at this year's Grove Film Festival in Jersey City, but you could see "Celebrity Sex Tape," a comic short by Keith Black, a part-time actor, writer and director and full-time math teacher who has been called a nebbish so many times that aspiring nebbishes consider him to be something of an icon.Fulop orders gender-neutral restrooms in city buildings
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop on March 23, 2017 issued an executive order declaring all bathrooms in municipal buildings will be gender neutral. (Terrence T. McDonald JERSEY CITY -- Taking another swipe at President Trump, Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop yesterday issued an executive order declaring all bathrooms in municipal buildings to be gender neutral, a signal of support for the transgender community.Latina musical collective Cocomama to perform in Jersey City
Cocomama, an all-female Latina collective, are bringing their eclectic musical sounds to the Miller Branch of the Jersey City Free Public Library on Saturday. The 7:30 p.m. performance is part of the library's Community Awareness Series' annual salute to Women's History Month.A troubling decade for Catholic high schools in Hudson County
BAYONNE -- With this week's news that another local school could be forced to close next year, Hudson County could soon be left with only three Catholic high schools. Marist High School announced late Tuesday night it needed to raise $1.5 million by April 24 in order to remain open for the next school year, prompting quick and intense fundraising efforts.Defense seeks mistrial in murder case of 2 Jersey City men
Defense attorneys representing two Jersey City men being tried for a 2014 homicide moved for a mistrial yesterday because the prosecution had failed to hand over six police reports on the incident during discovery. "There is evidence here that is clearly exculpatory," said attorney Joel Silberman after receiving the reports following the prosecution's opening statement in the trial of Tommy Pham and Kevin Aviles.Business Notes
Representatives from Provident Bank and EverFi recently awarded 94 students at Marist High School in Bayonne, with certificates for completing Provident's Becoming Financially Fit financial literacy program. Pictured are Gail Godesky, market manager, Provident Bank; Anthony Romano, teacher, Marist High School; Donnarri Richardson; Rhoben Patiak; Jayvee Dacasin; Tri Le; Kayla Davidson; Meghan Peck, senior director, financial education, EverFi; Emily Anthony; Usher Wang; Andrew Fromer; Natasha Inniss, schools manager, EverFi; Joe Spatola, corporate compliance director, Provident Bank; Alice Miesnik, head of school, Marist High School.Jersey City man facing gun charges in 'love triangle dispute,' authorities say
Authorities are investigating a pair of shootings on Monday and possible shots fired on Tuesday in Jersey City, officials said. The first shooting was reported at about 3:30 a.m. on Ocean Avenue near Armstrong Avenue.Bamboozled: Newark PD still won't come to your car crash
Bamboozled learned of this policy after Barry David of Jersey City got into an accident at the intersection of Bloomfield and Highland Avenues last year. Twenty minutes passed with no officers, so he called again.
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