UPDATE: JP Morgan gets $187.7M grant, intends to bring 2,000+ jobs to Jersey City
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JERSEY CITY – The Wall Street Journal reported this week that JP Morgan Chase & Co. has plans to move 2,150 information technology jobs to Jersey City. This could result in $188 million in taxes to...
Monarch open house is July 18
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The Monarch, the luxury rental community in the New Jersey Meadowlands that has welcomed hundreds of new residents this year, will host an Open House for prospective renters on Saturday July 18. Fr...
Bookmobile is back
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JERSEY CITY – The Jersey City library Bookmobile, which has been off the road since last week due to mechanical problems, gets back on the road starting Wednesday, July 8. Anyone who borrowed libra...
Bayonne man charged with murder of Jersey City resident
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JERSEY CITY -- Pete Ruiz, age 38, of Avenue A, Bayonne, has been charged with the July 5 murder of Orlando Flores, age 34, of Jersey City. While responding to another matter in the area, Jersey Cit...
Guttenberg soul concert canceled
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GUTTENBERG – Due to the forecast of inclement weather, the performance scheduled for tonight has been canceled. A rescheduled date will be announced in the future. The event was to take place on Bo...
Arrested JCIA workers suspended without pay
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JERSEY CITY – Four employees of the Jersey City Incinerator Authority arrested last week in an alleged waste for cash scheme have been suspended without pay, said City Spokesperson Jennifer Morrill...
Secaucus targets underage drinking with 'sticker shock' campaign
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SECAUCUS – Eight teenagers placed about 330 bright neon stickers on multi-packs of beer and other alcohol products on Monday, June 22. The Sticker Shock project was sponsored by the Secaucus Coalit...
Local Sewerage Authority gets $3M grant
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HUDSON COUNTY -- U.S. Sens. Bob Menendez and Cory Booker announced on July 7 the awarding of a $2,990,908.35 Sandy relief grant through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to the North H...
Mid-summer night's art show in Bayonne
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BAYONNE – “A Mid-Summer Night’s Art Gallery,” a free, two-day exhibition of diverse media, will be presented at Hendrickson's Corner, 671 Broadway, the corner of 31st Street, second floor, on Satur...
More cops for walking patrols in South and West districts of Jersey City
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JERSEY CITY -- Mayor Steven M. Fulop, Public Safety Director James Shea, and Police Chief Philip Zacche said this week that the 32 new officers sworn in last month have begun their assignments and ...