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Joint law enforcement crackdown nets 6 alleged gang members operating in JC
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Joint law enforcement crackdown nets 6 alleged gang members operating in Jersey City

Today 2:50 PM (6/14/2016)
By Michaelangelo Conte/The Jersey Journal

Dozens of local, county, state and federal law enforcement officers fanned out Wednesday to execute warrants in a crackdown on a street gang operating in Jersey City, authorities said.

“The primary focus of this investigation was the arrest of individuals associated with Jersey City’s most violent street gangs,” said Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez, whose office spearheaded the seven-week probe.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/06/join ... ating-in-jersey-city.html

Posted on: 6/14 19:46
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HC’s 2019 budget means taxes are going up in most of the 12 towns
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Hudson County’s 2019 budget means taxes are going up in most of the 12 towns

Posted Jun 13, 6:21 PM
By Michaelangelo Conte | The Jersey Journal

Hudson County taxpayers will be opening their pocket books a little wider this year.

The Hudson County Freeholders on Tuesday approved a $374 million budget, meaning county taxes are going up in nine of Hudson’s 12 municipalities.

Tiny East Newark and its population of 2,700 was dealt the largest average dollar increase. The owner of a home with an average assessed value of $264,100 will see their county tax bill jump $206 this year.


https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/06/huds ... most-of-the-12-towns.html

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NJ Transit adding bus service from discontinued No. 4 line in JC
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NJ Transit adding bus service from discontinued No. 4 line in Jersey City

Posted Jun 12, 4:02 PM
By Patrick Villanova | The Jersey Journal

When a private bus company cancelled the No. 4 bus route in Jersey City in March, riders scrambled for alternative means of transportation for their daily commutes.

Some started taking taxis and Ubers, while another said she had to walk an additional 15 minutes to catch a different bus each morning.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/06/nj-t ... -line-in-jersey-city.html

Posted on: 6/13 20:12
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Re: End of AirBnB in Jersey City?
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Jersey City Council to hold special meeting on Airbnb regulations

Updated 3:43 PM; Today 3:35 PM (6/11/2019)
By Jordan Wolman | The Jersey Journal

The future of Jersey City’s short-term rental industry won’t be voted on at this week’s City Council meeting, and instead will be the subject of a special meeting.

Five hours into Monday night’s council caucus, the city’s governing body decided it needs a special meeting to vote on two competing ordinances regulating Airbnb and other short-term rentals at a special meeting.

The time and date of the special meeting will be announced Wednesday.

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https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/06/jers ... n-airbnb-regulations.html

Posted on: 6/11 19:55
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Re: End of AirBnB in Jersey City?
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New rules for Airbnb up for consideration at next Jersey City Council meeting

Posted Jun 7, 6:26 PM (2019)
By Jersey Journal staff

JERSEY CITY — A busy week lies ahead for the city council starting Monday, as it considers ordinances that could sharply reduce short-term apartment rentals, lift the requirements for affordable housing in new developments, and create more parking areas for food trucks.

Beginning at a caucus session Monday and then continuing at its regular meeting Wednesday, the council will consider two competing proposals to crack down on short-term rentals, such as those offered by many homeowners and apartment dwellers through Airbnb.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/06/new- ... city-council-meeting.html

Posted on: 6/8 14:51
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Re: New Electric Garbage Trucks...
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Jersey City to buy 5 electric garbage trucks with $2M in state funds

Today 11:20 AM (6/6/2019)
By Jordan Wolman | The Jersey Journal

Jersey City residents may soon notice some new additions to city streets thanks to $2 million in state funding.

New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection recently awarded Jersey City more than $2 million to purchase five new electric garbage trucks, which will replace the city’s fleet of diesel trucks.

The city’s proposal, aimed at curbing carbon emissions and improving air quality, was chosen from more than 150 submissions. The funds come out of the state’s $72.2 million share of federal settlements following a lawsuit against Volkswagen for recording fraudulent emission levels in their diesel vehicles.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/06/jers ... th-2m-in-state-funds.html

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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Hate your commute? The PATH is hoping these music performances will help.

Today 7:00 PM (6/5/2019)
By Larry Higgs | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Can entertainment soothe the savage beast that is the daily commute? PATH is giving musicians and other performers a chance to do that in five rail stations starting on Thursday.

Local singers, dancers, musicians, comedians and poets will perform in PATH stations across Hudson County as part of the 2019 PATH Performs! series, starting this Thursday in Harrison. The program is intended enhance the travel experience for thousands of commuters while showcasing local performers, officials said.

Apollo Sonders, a Jersey-City based band, starts the program at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, at the Harrison Station. The band has performed at the Bowery Electric in New York City, World Café Live in Philadelphia, and the Asbury Hotel in Asbury Park, among other popular regional venues.

https://www.nj.com/traffic/2019/06/hat ... rformances-will-help.html

Posted on: 6/5 23:38
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Re: IMPORTANT NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT MEETING (The Heights)
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That’s nice quiet tree lined street. A few JC old-timers from other sections of the city purchased houses on that block in the 80’s and did a nice job restoring them. Looks like the owner of 38 Waverly cashed out last year for 1.2 million. I guess the developer really wanted that house…err.. lot. To the right of 42 Waverly is an ivy-covered brick structure it is a ventilation shaft for the railroad. Interesting.

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Re: We need this in JC to move panhandlers away...
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I recall because of an ACLU law suit it is legal to beg in the streets, but you can’t impede traffic. (lucky us)

The beggar problem is out of control in JC. The section of Rt 440 from Danforth to Communipaw should be renamed Beggar’s Blvd. Young guy with a sign on Danforth and rt 440..err I mean Beggar’s Blvd. (he is probably the pig who leaves bottles of urine in the Chinese Buffet parking lot) Old guy could hardly stand up on Beggars Blvd. near National Discount Warehouse. The "occasional" beggar at Beggar’s Blvd and Kellogg. Praying beggar at Beggar’s Blvd and Culver. Two beggars at the Beggar’s Blvd. Hudson Mall inbound jug handle. (with the Cheerleaders/Dance Troupe to cheer them on) Sometimes the beggar in the wheelchair makes an appearance and blocks one whole lane of traffic. Female beggar while coming out of the Hudson Mall by Pizza Hut. Beggar at long traffic light at Beggar Blvd and Communipaw...aka Larry's spot. (or that aggressive guy in the orange vest with clip board in hand “collecting money for the homeless” I wonder if they really get it?) In the opposite direction the beggar who used to have a small dog with him.

Oh and lets not forget the private property beggars who I can’t believe store owners allow to beg. Danforth Avenue/Westside strip mall beggar in front of the mini mart. Multiple beggars at the Exxon gas station at Danforth and JFK Blvd. The door holding beggar at the Dunkin Donuts next to the rt 440 Lowes. The “inhouse” beggars at the Bayonne/JC City Line McDonalds who hit you up while you are on line inside or outside on the drive thru.

I will leave out the “water bearers” at least they are doing a service selling bottles of water for a dollar on hot days. Rt 440 and Communipaw and noticed a new one at Tonnelle and JFK Blvd.




This is old but interesting….

RED LIGHT LARRY: A FILM ABOUT A JERSEY CITY PANHANDLER

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/u ... out-a-jersey-city-panhand


From above link:

WATCH THE SHORT HERE: http://youtu.be/wer-cOJPOWk

Posted on: 5/30 13:28

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Re: LSP has races, music and demos galore on Sunday(5/26) for Fleet Week
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Hundreds come out to Liberty State Park for New York Fleet Week (PHOTOS)

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/hund ... rk-fleet-week-photos.html

N.J. marks Memorial Day with high-flying display at Liberty State Park's Fleet Week (PHOTOS)

https://expo.nj.com/news/g66l-2019/05/ ... roes-land-at-liberty.html

Posted on: 5/27 11:43
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JC wants to create public transit system similar to Uber, Lyft
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Jersey City wants to create public transit system similar to Uber, Lyft

Today 5:27 PM (5/23/2019)
By Corey W. McDonald | The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — Mayor Steve Fulop announced plans Monday to create an innovative public transit system that would function similar to popular ride-hailing apps.

Think Uber for public transportation.

The system, which the city said would be a first of its kind in New Jersey, would allow users to request rides from their smart phones or by making a phone call. Fulop said the city will issue a request for proposals to form “a unique vendor partnership to create an innovative transit system with virtual stops and routes based on passenger demand."

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/jers ... similar-to-uber-lyft.html

Posted on: 5/23 22:47
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Re: car accident near Holland Tunnel?
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Intoxicated driver gets 37 years for killing Bayonne man and his daughter

Updated 3:28 PM; Today 2:51 PM
By Michaelangelo Conte | The Jersey Journal

Waves of anger, grief and remorse flooded the courtroom Thursday when Scott Hahn was sentenced to 37 years in prison for killing a Bayonne man and his 5-year-old daughter in a drug-fueled crash in 2016.

“Every time I cry it’s never ending, the emptiness is never ending,” said Pamela O’Donnell whose husband Tim O’Donnell, 48, a County Prep teacher and coach, and daughter Bridget were killed in the Feb. 22, 2016 crash on the Hudson County Extension of the New Jersey Turnpike.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/into ... man-and-his-daughter.html

Posted on: 5/23 19:49
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Any idea when credit / debit will be working again so PATH and MTA cards can be refilled? This is day 3 that the system has been down.

I have a full TransitChek card and an empty PATH & MTA cards.... The lines are long to pay cash :(


This was on nj.com this morning no good info...


PATH train alert: Bring cash as credit card processing problems continue Thursday

Today 7:41 AM (05/23/2019)
By The Associated Press

Passengers who ride PATH trains between New Jersey and New York City better bring cash.

The Port Authority says it is still unable to process credit and debit transactions at PATH vending machines and online Thursday. Auto replenishment SmartLink is not affected.

PATH passengers can use pay-per-ride MetroCards and refill them at MTA machines.

PATH says it is working to fix the problem.


https://www.nj.com/traffic/2019/05/pat ... ms-continue-thursday.html

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Re: Memorial Day 2019 in N.J.: A statewide guide to weekend events and festivals
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2019 Memorial Day events in Hudson County

Updated 1:56 PM; Today 11:07 AM (5/23/2019)
By David Mosca | The Jersey Journal

With Memorial Day weekend almost here, veterans and families and patriotic Americans will be paying their respects to those that have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation in wars past. Here are some events scheduled to commemorate the holiday:

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/2019 ... nts-in-hudson-county.html

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LSP has races, music and demos galore on Sunday(5/26) for Fleet Week
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Liberty State Park has races, music and demos galore on Sunday for Fleet Week

Today 9:27 AM (05/23/2019)
By David Mosca | The Jersey Journal

A variety of sea and aviation displays are set to take place for New York Fleet Week and Jersey City is getting in on all the fun with several events set to take place at Liberty State Park on Sunday, May 26 from noon to 5 p.m.

Fleet Week is now in its fourth year at Liberty State Park. The event celebrates the services of the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. The public will also have the opportunity to meet sailors, marines and Coast Guardsmen.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/libe ... unday-for-fleet-week.html

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Memorial Day 2019 in N.J.: A statewide guide to weekend events and festivals
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Memorial Day 2019 in N.J.: A statewide guide to weekend events and festivals

By Pat O'Shea | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com | Posted May 23, 2019 at 07:15 AM | Updated May 23, 2019 at 08:13 AM


Memorial Day weekend is on the horizon, the first long weekend of the year that features warm weather. So everybody has an extra day to do something fun this weekend. Great. Now, what do we do?

Fear not, there are countless things to do around the Garden State, ranging from parades to festivals, special events and everything in between. So if you're still trying to make plans, we've got your back.

Our guide kicks off with 15 not-to-miss events followed by a list of Memorial Day parades and ceremonies taking place around the Garden State.


https://expo.nj.com/news/g66l-2019/05/ ... events-and-festivals.html

Posted on: 5/23 14:38
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Re: ***New Jersey chlorine factory fire causes closure of Pulaski Skyway in both directions**
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Chemical reactions continue to churn at site of Kearny chlorine plant fire, chief says

Today 5:20 PM (05/20/2019)
By Michaelangelo Conte | The Jersey Journal

Firefighters have still been unable to enter the Kearny chlorine plant that caught fire on Friday and led to the daylong closure of the Pulaski Skyway.

Gasses accumulating in the Alden Leeds chlorine facility as a result of ongoing chemical reactions caused two explosions late Sunday afternoon, Kearny Fire Department Chief Steve Dyl said Monday afternoon.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/chem ... lant-fire-chief-says.html

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Re: ***New Jersey chlorine factory fire causes closure of Pulaski Skyway in both directions**
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This plant must be closed - it could kill thousands or more people! It needs to be moved to a rural area.


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Kearny chemical fire update: Blaze still burning, Pulaski Skyway closed, residents told to stay inside

Updated 8:46 AM; Today 8:13 AM
By Len Melisurgo | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

A large fire at a chlorine chemical plant in Hudson County continues to burn Saturday morning and although it is under control, authorities have kept the Pulaski Skyway closed in both directions and continue to urge local residents to remain indoors because of the potential danger from chemical fumes.

https://www.nj.com/news/2019/05/kearny ... -told-to-stay-inside.html


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Re: ***New Jersey chlorine factory fire causes closure of Pulaski Skyway in both directions**
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Chemical plant fire closes portion of Pulaski Skyway

Updated May 17, 11:33 PM; Posted May 17, 11:23 PM
By Chris Sheldon | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

A fire at a chlorine plant in Kearny Friday shut down a portion of the Pulaski Skyway in the area, according to multiple reports.

The highway was closed in both directions between South Kearny and Broadway as of 10:45 p.m., News12 reported.


https://www.nj.com/news/2019/05/fire-a ... on-of-pulaski-skyway.html

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Re: ***New Jersey chlorine factory fire causes closure of Pulaski Skyway in both directions**
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NJ chlorine plant catches fire; Pulaski Skyway closed in both directions
Posted 11:00 PM, May 17, 2019, by PIX11 News, Updated at 11:09PM, May 17, 2019

KEARNY, N.J. — A chlorine plant in New Jersey has caught fire, as nearby police departments sent fire boats to the scene and the Pulaski Skyway was closed in both directions, police confirmed.

The three-alarm fire occurred at the Alden Leeds Inc. plant in Kearny, just minutes away from Newark. Some rivers were said to be overcome by fumes, according to authorities. The Office of Emergency Management in nearby Bayonne instructed residents to close their windows due to smoke.

Fire sources tell PIX11 there were multiple explosions inside the building.

Bayonne OEM @Bayonne_OEM
Fire In S Kearny causing smoke condition in Bayonne. Please close windows. (1045pm).


A source told PIX11 that odors are strong in surrounding neighborhoods, and that lots of calls are coming in about the fumes.

https://pix11.com/2019/05/17/nj-chlori ... losed-in-both-directions/

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***New Jersey chlorine factory fire causes closure of Pulaski Skyway in both directions**
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New Jersey chlorine factory fire causes closure of Pulaski Skyway in both directions

KEARNY, New Jersey (WABC) -- The Pulaski Skyway is closed in both directions after a building that manufactures and stores chlorine burst into flames.

The fire broke out just after 10 p.m. Friday at the factory on 55 Jacobus Avenue in Kearny, under the skyway.

No injuries have been reported.
https://abc7ny.com/nj-chlorine-factory ... -both-directions/5306335/

Posted on: 5/18 2:59
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Spring Surprise: 50,000 Honeybees Discovered In NJ Apartment Building
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Spring Surprise: 50,000 Honeybees Discovered In New Jersey Apartment Building

May 16, 2019 at 11:44 pm

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – It’s not something you see every day – 50,000 honeybees hiding in the outdoor molding of a New Jersey apartment building.

Boxes and boxes of honeybees are finally down from the top of a four-story building in Jersey City – all thanks to Mickey the beekeeper.

https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2019/05/1 ... oneybees-jersey-building/

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Re: A relic from the past turns up just in time for the Bergen Square Festival
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That's pretty cool. Bergen Square's role in NJ history is underappreciated. Saturday's event will be worth checking out.


True this is from the NJCU Jersey City Past and Present website….

Bergen Square

Intersection of Bergen Avenue and Academy Street

The settlement of New Netherland by the Dutch West India Company (1621-1664) on the western side of the Hudson River contributed several locations and place names that would become part of present-day Jersey City. They were Pavonia, Communipaw, Harsimus, Paulus Hook and Bergen.

The village of Bergen, officially begun on September 5, 1661, is regarded as New Jersey's first permanent settlement and the state's first local civil government. It is now part of the City of Jersey City.

https://njcu.libguides.com/jerseycitypastandpresent/bergensquare

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Re: Man stabbed to death inside Jersey City home
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Chaos erupts in courtroom as killer of father of 11 is sentenced
Updated May 16, 8:03 PM; Posted May 16, 5:06 PM

By Michaelangelo Conte | The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — Chaos broke out in a Hudson County courtroom when a family member of a man who was stabbed to death made a mad rush at the killer as he was being led away after being sentenced to 20 years in prison for the crime.

Sheriff’s officers grabbed the enraged man and wrestled with him in order to keep him away from Nasiar Day, 20, of Newark, who pleaded guilty to the Nov. 14, 2017 aggravated manslaughter of Jose “Migue” Malave, 30.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/chao ... r-of-11-is-sentenced.html

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A relic from the past turns up just in time for the Bergen Square Festival
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A relic from the past turns up just in time for the Bergen Square Festival

Today 2:28 PM (05/16/2019)
By David Mosca | The Jersey Journal

Old becomes new this Saturday in Jersey City and you can check it out.

The Journal Square Community Association, the Bergen Square Historical Society, the Journal Square Restoration Corporation, and the Jersey City Office of Cultural Affairs have put together the Bergen Square Festival, an event they hope will be the first of many celebrating the history, culture and vibrancy of the community.

And, as a bonus, visitors can check out the original deed for the community’s historic Van Wagenen Apple Tree House, which dates back to 1688.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/a-re ... rgen-square-festival.html

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Top acts to headline Jersey City Heights festival
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Top acts to headline Jersey City Heights festival

Today 4:03 PM (5/15/2019)
By Jim Testa | For The Jersey Journal

The Jersey City Heights already has the Fox & Crow, Low Fidelity, and The Hutton transforming the neighborhood into a destination for live local music.

On Saturday, May 18, Lo-Fi Takes the Streets, sponsored by the Riverview Neighborhood Association, will double down on that idea with an all-day street festival on Ferry Street just off Palisade Avenue. The free, family-friendly festival will include an exciting lineup of live bands, featuring a rare appearance by Jersey City’s OG rockers Rye Coalition. The clamorous, classic-rock Milwaukees and Brixton Riot, singer/songwriter Sean Kiely, the raucous Babraham Lincoln, ageless punk-rockers the Hudson City Rats, and the stoner-rock quartet CHANGEöRDER complete the bill.


https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/top- ... ity-heights-festival.html

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JC is growing and buses to NYC are packed. Here’s your chance to talk about it.
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Jersey City is growing and buses to NYC are packed. Here’s your chance to talk about it.

Today 3:39 PM (05/13/2019)
By Larry Higgs | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Bus riders in the Jersey City Heights who have questions and concerns about how bus service is keeping up with demand will get a chance to talk to NJ Transit’s boss Tuesday night.

The forum with NJ Transit Executive Director Kevin Corbett will take place at 7 p.m., Tuesday at Alaris 178 Ogden Street, between Franklin and Ferry Streets in Jersey City and was arranged by state Assemblyman Raj Mukherji, D-Hudson. Yes, you can take the 87, 84 or 123 bus there.

https://www.nj.com/traffic/2019/05/jer ... nce-to-talk-about-it.html

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‘Electrical hazards,’ other violations went unabated at building where blaze displaced 24 people
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‘Electrical hazards,’ other violations went unabated at building where blaze displaced 24 people

Posted May 12, 12:01 PM
By Michaelangelo Conte | The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — The owner of a city building where a blaze displaced two dozen residents had unabated fire code violations — including “electrical hazards” — when the Gates Avenue building was last inspected prior to the fire.

Three children were forced to escape through windows when the 3-alarm blaze ripped through the 2.5-story building at 26 Gates Ave. on the morning of April 12.

The building was inspected by the Jersey City Fire Department’s Fire Prevention Division on Dec. 12 and owner James Garcia of Brick was cited for 11 violations.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/elec ... -displaced-24-people.html

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Police ask for public’s help to find missing JC woman
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Police ask for public’s help to find missing Jersey City woman

Today 2:18 PM (5/11/2019)
By Adrienne Romero | The Jersey Journal

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JERSEY CITY -- A 24-year-old woman has been missing for over a week, police said.

Mayushi V. Bhagat was last seen at her home on April 29, according to police. She goes to school in New York City and, police say, she could be in that area.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/poli ... ng-jersey-city-woman.html

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Re: HBO series based on Philip Roth’s ‘The Plot Against America’ to film in JC
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No parking, street closures in Jersey City for ‘Plot Against America’ filming

Today 2:30 PM (5/10/2019)
By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — No parking rules and street closures will be in effect for about two days near Jersey City’s Hub shopping center starting Sunday night because of filming for HBO’s upcoming “The Plot Against America” miniseries.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/05/no-p ... inst-america-filming.html

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