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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
Scam artist who once appeared on 'America's Most Wanted' busted in Hudson

Anthony Quick, 53, who has been pursued and arrested by police departments across the country for years, was recently busted in Hudson County after allegedly bringing his well-traveled scams to Bayonne. On May 6, while in the Stop & Shop parking lot, police say Quick tampered with an 84-year-old woman's car door, rendering it unable to close.

Woman sentenced for fatal 2014 hit-and-run of Army veteran

JERSEY CITY -- There was nothing but sorrow in court today as the mother of a 5-year-old child was sentenced to prison for leaving the scene of a 2014 collision that claimed the life of an Army veteran. Zueika Milian, 25, pressed tissues to her eyes forcefully as she was sentenced to three years in prison for striking Brenda Barrett, 49, with her vehicle on Kennedy Boulevard in Jersey City in December 2014 and then fleeing.

Dan Finn Foundation to honor former Jets QB Ray Lucas and 3 others at annual gala

The Dan Finn Foundation will host a charity gala Oct. 5 where four distinguished citizens will be honored at the event. The foundation, which also puts on the annual Dan Finn Classic basketball showcase, provides tuition assistance for local students.

It's all air, water at Liberty State Park

Liberty State Park in Jersey City will be packed with events over this Memorial Day weekend as a kite festival and Fleet Week activities come to town. Tomorrow and Sunday, the Sky Art Kite Festival will be taking place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days along the waterfront, south of the large playground.

One-woman show a coming-of-age dramedy

Women have always sought political and social equality and one Jersey City woman has written a play about how she took a stand. Writer and performer Lisa Strum tells her autobiographical, coming-of-age story in her one-woman show.

Carpentry program for women; Stock re-purchase | Business Notes

WomenRising is offering a pre-apprentice program for women in the field of carpentry on June 8 at 10 a.m. This program can lead to a five-year apprenticeship with the carpenters union, letting apprentices earn money while they learn. A trial period allows each woman to see whetehr carpentry is a good job fit.

Jersey City NAACP energized, demanding 'our piece of the pie' | Morgan

In the past few weeks, its Labor and Industry Committee has aggressively sought and obtained a meeting with the administration of Mayor Steve Fulop to retool the city's Project Labor Agreements that govern the scope and manner in which real estate developers who receive municipal tax breaks handle the hiring of minorities and the penalties they could face if they fail to honor the agreements. Further, the committee and its chairman, the Rev.

Taxpayer-funded teachers union gigs at center of legal dispute

Jersey City teachers union offiicials Tina Thorp and Ron Greco are at the center of a new lawsuit targeting release time. ( JERSEY CITY -- A conservative watchdog and the Jersey City teachers union are set to face off in court tomorrow over the school district's policy allowing two employees to work full-time for their union on the taxpayers' dime .

Councilwoman questions Jersey City chain store law repeal

Jersey City Ward E Councilwoman Candice Osborne questioned why the city could require affordable housing but not restrict where chain stores can open. ( Osborne peppered Corporation Counsel Jeremy Farrell with questions about why the city, which pushed for the law two years ago, has suddenly found it may not hold up to strict legal scrutiny.

Religion Notes

SUNDAY JERSEY CITY Male chorus celebration, Faith Temple Baptist Church is celebrating the 29th anniversary of their male choir, 3:30 p.m., Faith Temple Baptist Church, 678 Ocean Ave. 201-332-7435. Sunday Church Service with Holy Communion, followed by fellowship, 11 a.m., St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, 85 Wayne St. 201-898-2350.

Why Hudson County Plaza flags are flying at half-staff

Peter Zampella is seen in a Jersey Journal photo from the Nov. 5, 1975 edition, after he won a freeholder seat. The flags in front of Hudson County Plaza have been flying at half-staff in tribute Peter Zampella, the former Hudson County freeholder and head of the county Roads Department who died May 4. The flags were also lowered for Police Unity Week, in honor of the law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty, Hudson County spokesman Jim Kennelly said.

Kushners know it helps to have friends in the oval office | Editorial

President Trump kept the government open recently by signing a $1.1 trillion appropriations bill , and tucked into that 1,665-page monstrosity was one paragraph that enables wealthy foreigners to buy American citizenship. The next day, Nicole Kushner Meyer addressed an audience in a Ritz-Carlton ballroom in Beijing, where she used that wee item in the spending bill - which extends the controversial EB-5 visa program through September - to help rich Chinese investors obtain green cards and fast-track their American dream.

Jersey City resident's one-woman show a coming-of-age 'dramedy'

Women have always been striving for political and social equality and one Jersey City woman has written a play about how she took a stand. Writer and performer Lisa Strum tells her autobiographical, coming-of-age story in her one-woman show.

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.

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