KRE towers to break ground in fall
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JERSEY CITY -- A proposed $666 million, three tower residential development near Journal Square will officially break ground in the fall, said Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop. “We want steel to be i...
Free ‘Mesozoic Movies’ series celebrates 100 years of dinosaurs on film
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SECAUCUS – Field Station: Dinosaurs is celebrating 100 Years of Mesozoic Movies with their first-ever family film festival devoted entirely to the legendary stars of the triassic, jurassic and cret...
Ecuadorian Independence Day observed in Union City
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UNION CITY – Mayor Brian Stack and the Board of Commissioners announce that the City of Union City will hold a flag-raising ceremony commemorating Ecuador’s Independence Day on Friday, August 8 at ...
Assembly Speaker Prieto accepts private consulting work from Democratic political donors
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SECAUCUS – Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto has accepted work consulting with private clients, including major political donors, according to The Star-Ledger. Among his clients is All-Risk Property ...
Concordia Learning Center gets new executive director
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JERSEY CITY – David Feinhals will become executive director of Concordia Learning Center at St. Joseph’s School for the Blind on Aug. 18 Feinhals will succeed Judy Ortman who will be retiring after...
Doors open on Kennedy Lofts
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JERSEY CITY – The first of as many as 15 new residential developments slated for the Journal Square area held a ribbon cutting on August 6. Kennedy Lofts, three minute walk to Journal Square bus an...
New York Times report says voter impersonation almost never happens -- but Hoboken case is cited as one of a few that did
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The New York Times ran a story on Wednesday saying there are very few cases of voter impersonation. The story can be found here. In Hudson County, law enforcement officials rarely prove voter fraud...
“Many people will not be able to see the physicians who have treated them for years, use facilities providing the most appropriate treatment, or access care within a reasonable time and distance from their homes.”
by JONATHAN M. METSCH, DR.P.H., LLC
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Don’t assume that you can continue to see your doctor…. A recent City Journal article http://www.city-journal.org * noted that “… having health insurance is not the same thing as getting good healt...
EDITOR’S LETTER JCM
We’re on a Roll
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Have you noticed? There’s a real lively vibe in the city these days. I can feel it, just biking around. I can hear it in the voices of people I interview for the magazine. Our story on cranes and o...
Falcon Fiends
Some folks just can’t stop watching that webcam
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Talk about birders without binoculars. In 2001, the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey set up a webcam on the roof of 101 Hudson St., a building owned by Mack-Cali. The reason? To keep an e...