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Jersey City, New Jersey is located in Hudson County. Zip codes in Jersey City, NJ include 07308, 07309, and 07311. The median home price in Jersey City is $309,900 which is roughly $295/per square foot. More Jersey City information.

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3 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Sheriff's officers arrest 'as many people as possible'

The Hudson County Sheriff's Office joined with several agencies in "Operation Safe Street," a sweep that last week led to the arrests of 24 people on criminal warrants ranging from probation violations to drug, weapons and armed robbery charges, officials said.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

NJ.com

Jersey Shore fishing: Stripers still biting

It's almost August, but striped bass continue to bite in Raritan Bay's warm waters.

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NorthJersey.com

Fixer-upper was ideal for Dumont family's budget

First-time buyers Kyle and Wanda Conboy faced facts and accepted that if they wanted to move to Manhattan Terrace in Dumont, Kyle's hometown, they'd have to find a property in need of some updating.

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The Jersey Journal

Caribbean festival in Jersey City ends with fight, heavy police presence

Jersey City's annual celebration of West Indian and Caribbean culture ended on a flat note last night as at least one fight broke out at Exchange Place, according to one of the organizer's of the event.

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The Jersey Journal

Snooki's and JWoww's Jersey City 'Guidette Barbie house' for sale

The one-time home of Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley near Van Vorst Park is on the auction block in Jersey City for $2.5 million, according to trulia.com.

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The Jersey Journal

Fundraiser to help children of Jersey City couple killed by tornado

Given the profound tragedy suffered by the family of a Jersey City couple killed last week when a tornado swept through a campground in Virginia, an fundraiser that raises money to provide backpacks and school supplies for thousands of Jersey City students will this year dedicate half of what it raises to the three children of the deceased couple.

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The Jersey Journal

St. Anne's Festival in Jersey City continues today; procession follows noon Mass

The annual St. Anne's Festival continues today with dancing, singing, games and plenty of food to go around at 3545 Kennedy Blvd. The three-day festival, which began Friday, will continue today from 2 to 11 p.m. with The Tercels performing at 8 p.m. Journal photographer Richard J. McCormack caught up with the action on Saturday night when The ... (more)

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The Jersey Journal

A house shared by two Army wives

Walking along the windswept beach at Sandy Hook recently, I saw a man catch a small shark and toddlers shriek as waves swept over their chubby feet.

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The Hudson Reporter

Bridge open! Viaduct from Hoboken to Union City is back after $54M renovation

The 14th Street Viaduct, which links Hoboken to Union City and Jersey City Heights, debuted in 1908 - the same year as the Model T Ford.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Fulop gets a free pass on his mini-Bridgegate: Moran

Mayor Steve Fulop swears in Robert Cowan as police chief in October, 2013. Fulop recently demoted Cowan to deputy chief.

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The Jersey Journal

Lightning strikes church, doing damage to the tune of $50G

The bells of St. Joseph's Church in Jersey City have been silenced by lightning which struck the steeple and did about $50,000 in damage to the church, including to a pipe organ dating from the 1860s that will cost about $33,000 to repair.

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Asbury Park Press

Lakewood school monitor in tough situationLakewood school monitor in...

Lakewood school monitor in tough situation Lakewood school's monitor described as being "politically savvy" during his tenure in Camden Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1rFRB4s State Monitor Michael Azzara looks over paperwork during Lakewood Board of Education Meeting at Lakewood High School in May. Wednesday May 7, 2014 Asbury ... (more)

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The Jersey Journal

Chef from Razza in Jersey City nerds out over bread and butter

Dan Richer, co-owner of Razza Pizza Artigianale restaurant, carriers a Pumpkin Pie pizza to the wood fired oven.

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The Jersey Journal

Political Insider: Smooth sailing lately for WNY's Mayor Roque

Lately, West New York Mayor Felix Roque has been more content with his political life.

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The Jersey Journal

Jersey City 'Saturday Jump Start' continues with 3 free workshops

A program aimed at showing Jersey City youth different career opportunities will continue tomorrow with three free workshops, city officials said.

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Bayonne to split pickup of garbage, recycling after numerous complaints: city officials

Bayonne officials say they have been deluged with complaints about garbage pickup problems this month and they hope splitting solid waste pickups and recyclable pickups between two companies will solve the problem.

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NJ.com

24 netted by Hudson Sheriff's Office in Jersey City warrant sweep

The Hudson County Sheriff's Office joined with several agencies in "Operation Safe Street," a sweep that led to the arrest of 24 people this week wanted on criminal warrants ranging from probation violations to drug, weapons and armed robbery charges, officials said.

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The Jersey Journal

Street festival at City Hall Plaza in Jersey City tomorrow

A street festival highlighting some of Jersey City's best in food, music, and art with more than 30 vendors will be held tomorrow at City Hall Plaza.

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The Jersey Journal

First African American female firefighter sworn in during Jersey City ceremony

Tara Walker's family, including, from left to right, stepfather Joseph Watson, mother Lawanda Cherry, nephew Petey, 5, and Chee-Chee Brock, erupts in cheers and applause as her name is called during the Jersey City Fire Department graduation ceremony at City Hall on Friday, July 25, 2014.

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First African American female firefighter sworn in during Jersey City ceremony

Tara Walker poses for a photo with two of her instructors, Millburn Fire Battalion Chief Jim Boyle, left, and Nutley Fire Capt.

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