Jersey City may move elections to November
Jan 08, 2015 | 1 1 comments | 24 24 recommendations | email to a friend
JERSEY CITY – Mayor Steven M. Fulop announced on Jan. 8 that the administration will seek the public’s feedback through a referendum process on whether the city should move municipal elections from...
Arrested man allegedly threatens to shoot police, blow up their vehicles
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NORTH BERGEN – An 18-year-old North Bergen man allegedly “threatened to shoot police officers in their chests and blow up township police vehicles,” according to nj.com. The article states that pol...
Washburn blaze is a frigid challenge for firefighters
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JERSEY CITY -- A three-alarm fire on Washburn Street in Jersey City shortly after midnight on Jan. 8 had firefighters skating on sheets of ice. The blaze started in the bathroom at 55 Washburn St.,...
Patients Lose When Doctors Can't Do Good Physical Exams
by JONATHAN M. METSCH, DR.P.H., LLC
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Recently a Kaiser Health News article http://www.kaiserhealthnews.org * noted: “Doctors at a Northern California hospital, concerned that a 40-year-old woman with sky-high blood pressure and confus...
Mason and election team pay over $37,000 in fines for election law violations
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HOBOKEN — Councilwoman Beth Mason and three council slatemates from her 2009 mayoral campaign have paid a total of $37,160 in fines resulting from violations of state election law, according to dec...
North Bergen honors officers for National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
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NORTH BERGEN – Mayor Nicholas Sacco and Police Chief Robert Dowd will celebrate the hard work and dedication of the North Bergen Police Department with a ceremony on Thursday, Jan. 8 at 2 p.m., the...
Major sewer improvement project to begin on Bergenline Avenue
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NORTH BERGEN – Construction work is scheduled to begin in the coming weeks on a major sewer infrastructure improvement project on Bergenline Avenue between 79th and 82nd Streets that will result in...
Open house at Guttenberg Arts on Saturday
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GUTTENBERG – Guttenberg Arts at 6903 Jackson St. is hosting a day of live demos, artist talks, and more from 2 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 10. Ceramics Studio Director Phoebe Deutsch will provide a...
Daycare operator charged after two kids found shivering in the cold
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JERSEY CITY -- The owner and manager of a Jersey City day care center and her 17-year-old daughter were charged with fourth degree child abuse and second degree endangering the welfare of a minor a...
City spokesperson settles election complaint
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BAYONNE – Jeffery Meyer, spokesperson for the city of Bayonne, will pay a fine of $2,379 in a settlement of eight charges of campaign violations from activities in Burlington County. This is a redu...