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After listening to 19 witnesses over a span of four weeks, a jury could not reach a verdict on the charge that a Jersey City man murdered his neighbor in 2011 and a mistrial was declared.
THE DONEGAL Saloon in Kearny is one of many venues in Hudson County planning specials for St. PatrickA A A s Day.
'I believe that my knowledge and experience on the street dealing with people every single day ... makes me the better candidate.'
The firm Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services has announced the transaction of five separate multifamily properties in Hudson County all coming to over $10 million.
The Hudson County Sheriff's has Route 1/9 north near Duncan Avenue closed down to one lane and officers are stopping vehicles and handing out flyers as part of the probe into the death of a Japanese woman killed in a hit and run.
A Jersey City man was indicted Thursday on aggravated manslaughter charges in connection with the alleged drunk driving deaths of three family members.
Winter's harsh weather has taken its toll on Hoboken streets and nearly 300 potholes have been patched in the past week alone.
Jairo Baretas and Maylin Hago, the parents of 8-month-old Angelie Paredes, wait to receive a copy of Angelie's Law at the North Bergen City Hall Chambers in January.
Two phrases -- "I don't recall" and "I never said that" -- were uttered numerous times this morning in the trial of a Jersey City man accused of murdering another man four years ago in a dispute over a woman.
A proposal by NJ Transit to build a backup power system in South Kearny to run its trains in cases of emergencies like another Superstorm Sandy threatens to derail a redevelopment plan that could generate big tax ratables for Kearny and Hudson County, officials said.
Prosecutor Nicole Ghezzar interviews witness Perla Caminero during the murder trial of Christopher Gonzales in Judge John Younga TMs courtroom in Jersey City on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.
Michael Amante, 35, of Jersey City, was found not guilty of sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child in connection with a Nov. 5, 2011 incident at a Franklin Township nursing home.
A taped statement of Rashad Funches, 27, of Keansburg that was taken three days after his friend was murdered was played to the jury this morning in the trial of a 24-year-old Jersey City man accused of murder and attempted murder.
For the past five years, 17-year-old Jose Marte has used his involvement with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County to perform community service.