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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
Jersey City wins case accusing police of negligence over boy's killing

Frederico Bruno after being found guilty of felony murder of his three-month-old son Damien, attempted murder of Saydee Lee Figueroa and Madelyn Calderon, aggravated assault of both women and weapons offenses, on May 28, 2015. Frederico Bruno after being found guilty of felony murder of his three-month-old son Damien, attempted murder of Saydee Lee Figueroa and Madelyn Calderon, aggravated assault of both women and weapons offenses, on May 28, 2015.

Jersey City gets $335K for security cameras. Here's where they are going

JERSEY CITY - The city has been awarded a $355,000 grant from the Department of Homeland Security to install more than three dozen new security cameras in high-crime neighborhoods in the south and west police districts. The 40 new cameras add to the 78 that were installed earlier this year.

Jersey City man threatens to bite officer's neck, police say

JERSEY CITY -- A 31-year-old Jersey City man was arrested after threatening to bite a police officer outside a Hoboken McDonald's restaurant on Thursday, authorities said. Officers found Kerwin Whaley, of Oak Street, leaning on one of the establishment's windows after receiving a call that a man with an aluminum bat was at the location, the criminal complaint said.

Harrison's 'revitalization' continues with opening of 409-unit Urby

Nearly 100 people including Harrison Mayor James Fife and members of the town council gathered on Tuesday to celebrate the grand opening of Urby, a 409-unit located just steps away from the Harrison PATH station Urby, which has properties in Jersey City and Staten Island, is the fourth building to be complete in the small West Hudson by Ironstate Development. The completion of Urby marks over 1,000 residential units built by Ironstate in Harrison, president David Barry said.

Journal Entries

Mural council seeks submissions The Hoboken Mural Arts Council is looking for submissins for a project at 1312 Adams St. The theme for the mural is diversity, inclusion and community. Three artists will be selected and awarded $500 to develop a design based on the theme.

Parish Festival

Please publish the following event in the community news. St. Joseph's Parish at Baldwin and Magnolia Ave, Jersey City will be having a Parish Festival from Wed.

9/11 ceremony at Empty Sky in Liberty State Park

Across the state and the country on Sept. 11, people gathered to remember those who died in the horrific terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Flight 93 on Sept.

Saint Peter's to host panel on media and public perception

JERSEY CITY -- Michael Aron of NJTV will moderate a panel at Saint Peter's University on Thursday examining the role of the media in shaping public perception. The talk, hosted by the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership, will inlude panelists Nick Acocella, of Politifax; John Heinis, of Hudson County View; Terrence T. McDonald, of The Jersey Journal; Max Pizarro, of InsiderNJ; and Lilo H. Stainton, of NJ Spotlight.

Who said 'That b---- is dead'? Key murder trial witness contradicts her own statement

JERSEY CITY -- Jurors in the trial of a Jersey City man charged with strangling the mother of one of his children watched the recorded statement of a key witness today that directly contradicts her testimony on the witness stand. Nathan Williams III, 36 is charged with strangling Marilyn Albizu, 33, on June 17, 2014, in the Old Bergen Road apartment they shared, although they were no longer a couple.

Officials probe stabbing at courthouse between two sheriffs officers

JERSEY CITY - An undersheriff's son could face disciplinary action after sources say friendly horseplay went too far and he stabbed a fellow officer inside the Hudson County Administration Building. Officials have been mostly mum on the mid-August incident, but multiple police sources told The Jersey Journal the incident involved Andrew Conti Jr., a sheriff's investigator who is a son of Undersheriff Andrew Conti.

Woman joins Peace Corps, Hoboken girl wins pageant | Journal Entries

Brittany Lynch of Jersey City began her Peace Corps service in Morocco on Sept. 12. She will live and work within the community to promote volunteerism and leadership through activities including sports, geography, libraries, exercise classes, environmental projects, project management training, thematic English teaching and self-esteem activities for girls.

Is Senate run in Fulop's future?

U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, right, and Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop share a laugh at the April 10, 2017 opening of the new Marriott in Downtown Jersey City. U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, right, and Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop share a laugh at the April 10, 2017 opening of the new Marriott in Downtown Jersey City.( Fulop is still 49 days away from asking Jersey City voters for a second term as their mayor , but his allies across the city -- and his foes statewide -- are already planning for him to jump into a potential race to succeed Sen. Bob Menendez next year.

25 years for man who filmed himself fondling girls

A 30-year-old Jersey City man was sentenced to 25 years in prison Friday for making child pornography, officials said. Last summer, Kirk D. Campbell, of Grant Avenue, pleaded guilty to counts of endangering the welfare of a child before Hudson County Superior Court Judge Martha Royster in Jersey City.

Editorial: Paterson needle-exchange program needed

Editorial: Paterson needle-exchange program needed Paterson's needle exchange program was not effective, but a needle exchange program is still very much needed. Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2xcrXe9 New Jersey plans to spend $2.6 million on ads promoting its new drug addiction hotline.

Ballot positions drawn for Jersey City mayor, council races

About three dozen people were gathered inside the council chambers at City Hall this afternoon to watch the drawing of ballot positions for November's municipal election , when the mayoralty and all nine council seats are up for grabs. City Clerk Robert Byrne acts as emcee for this quadrennial City Hall tradition.

Kushner company buying apartment complex near Princeton, NJ

The real estate company owned by the family of Jared Kushner said Monday that it is expanding its holdings with the purchase of a 1,032-unit complex near Princeton, New Jersey. The Kushner Cos.

Attorney wants man charged with killing mom, grandmother to undergo psych tests

JERSEY CITY -- The attorney representing a Jersey City man charged with murdering his mother and grandmother with a sword, meat cleaver and knife said in court today that she is seeking to have her client undergo a psychological evaluation. The attorney, Ana Atta-Alla, said she has already filed a request for the evaluation for Kevin Hodges, 37, who is charged with murdering Rebecca Hodges, 56, and Dorothy Bradshaw, 76, in the Arlington Gardens public housing complex in Jersey City on Dec. 5, 2016.

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