Lafayette branch library closed for boiler repairs
Jan 06, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend
JERSEY CITY -- The Lafayette Branch, 307 Pacific Ave., of the Jersey City Free Public Library closed on Jan. 6 for lack of heat. The Library is awaiting the part to fix the boiler, which is expecte...
Two rescued from listing scaffold on Hudson Tea Building
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HOBOKEN—A scaffold on the western side of the Hudson Tea Building malfunctioned and listed on Tuesday morning, forcing the evacuation of two workers, according to police. The scaffold remains hangi...
Overnight warming center to open Wednesday night, as it's going to be cooooold
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HOBOKEN AND BEYOND -- The city of Hoboken announced that it will open a warming center on Wednesday, as temperatures are expected to drop to 10 degrees. We will post other cities' warming centers i...
Elevator buttons as unrecognized sources of bacterial colonization in hospitals
by JONATHAN M. METSCH, DR.P.H., LLC
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Recently an abstract in Open Medicine http://www.openmedicine * noted: “Elevators are ubiquitous and active inside hospitals, potentially facilitating bacterial transmission. The objective of this ...
Unidentified man turns up injured at Jersey City Medical Center - Do you know him?
Jan 05, 2015 | 1 1 comments | 20 20 recommendations | email to a friend
JERSEY CITY -- Jersey City Medical Center-Barnabas Health currently has an unknown patient who was found unresponsive on Dec. 29, and two of the social workers at the Medical Center are trying to r...
Hudson County public officials come out against plan to cut PATH service
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HUDSON COUNTY – Public officials from throughout Hudson County and parts of Essex County joined with U.S. Senator Robert Menendez and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto at the Grove Street PATH statio...
Kushner pays $27M for Journal Square site and could build 1,500 units
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JERSEY CITY -- The Journal Square section of Jersey City is building up. NJBiz reported on Monday that Kushner Cos. and KABR Group bought a 2-acre development site for $27 million. One Journal Squa...
Veteran Hoboken bar Sullivan's closes after four decades
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HOBOKEN — After 44 years, S. Sullivan’s Bar & Grill at Sixth and Washington streets -- sometimes known as "Stinky Sullivan's" -- has closed for good. A neighborhood staple passed down through two g...
Suspect in New Year's murder in Jersey City turns himself in
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JERSEY CITY -- The man suspected in the alleged killing of a man in Jersey City on Jan. 1 turned himself in on Jan. 3, after the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office issued a warrant for his arrest. “...
Are you allowed to take photos in the train stations?
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HUDSON COUNTY -- We’ve been hearing it for years – Police stopped a citizen for taking photos of a local bridge or train, supposedly because of security issues. It made sense – sometimes. What is t...