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A man shot early yesterday morning on Martin Luther King Drive in Jersey City has died, the spokesman for the Jersey City Police Department confirmed today.
When David Calamoneri yelled from the stage, "Hey, Hoboken!" the crowd erupted, several dozen fans screaming back at the top of their lungs.
Other than having the local Democratic Party roster endorse County Executive Tom DeGise, Hudson County politics has been torpid this summer.
When two Union City cat lovers were tired of seeing feral cats roam the neighborhood, they decided to take action.
Jose Hernandez, 49, of Jersey City appears in Central Judicial Processing court in Jersey City via video link from the Hudson County Correctional Facility in Kearny.
Hudson County is home to the second-best diner in New Jersey, at least according to the Munchmobile, which ended its yearly tour this week with a "stainless-steel showdown."
Haniyf Higgins, 22, of Jersey City, was arrested Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014, North Carolina and charged in the homicide of a 63-year-old Jersey City man who police say was fatally shot while defending his wife during a robbery near their Danforth Avenue home on April 6, officials said.
An accident this morning on Route 7 near the Newark Turnpike in Kearny has been cleared but the area is still experiencing delays, according to Hudson County spokesman Jim Kennelly and a website that monitors New Jersey traffic.
Saint Peter's University and the CarePoint Health Foundation will hold a conference Oct. 7 on "The Campus Accountability and Safety Act: Navigating Compliance Issues and the Challenges of Campus Sexual Assaults" which all New Jersey college and university presidents have been invited to attend.
Despite last winter's weather delays, New Jersey builders are on track to start the largest number of homes since 2006, led by a boom in rental construction.
Photo taken in Oct. 2013 of the Morven Museum and Garden, which received the New Jersey Historical Commission's Award of Recognition in 2013.
Emmett O'Connell was just six weeks old when he was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, a incurable genetic disorder that affects the lungs and digestive system.
We've got just under a month of the warmest season left, and with Labor Day weekend nearing, we're all looking for last-minute summer things to do.
The Jersey City Free Public Library Literacy Program will partner with the Jersey City Office of Diversity and Inclusion to offer English as a second language and citizenship classes at city Hall in September, officials announced said.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 01:17 am
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