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Lavarro gives emotional speech as Jersey City council passes sanctuary city...

While the approved resolution was largely symbolic, Jersey City Council President Rolando Lavarro fought back tears when he explained why the city's sanctuary city...

With Nov. 2017 in mind, Jersey City Mayor Fulop hosts re-election...

Hundreds showed their support for Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, who hosted his third fundraiser of the year at the Zeppelin Hall Restaurant &...

Jersey City Council honors 2016 Paralympic gold medalist Raymond Martin

Filipino American Jersey City native Raymond Martin was recognized by Jersey City Council as an Olympic hero last night after winning two golds and...

Jersey City hosts 12th annual Bolivian Independence Day Parade

The 12th annual Bolivian Independence Day Parade colored the streets from Hamilton Park to City Hall in Downtown Jersey City with folkloric “Toba,” “Caporal,”...

Jersey City Council unanimously passes $571M budget with little excitement

A special budget meeting for the Jersey City Council saw the governing body pass a $571M budget without many surprises or much excitement last...

Jersey City Council approves two, 30-year abatements for $400M NJCU plan

Two 30-year tax abatements received approval from the Jersey City Council, providing two five-story, mixed-used spaces as part of a $400 million New Jersey...

Jersey City cuts the ribbon on $38M,17-acre Berry Lane Park in...

Mayor Steven Fulop was joined by Hudson County and city officials, as well as community activists, for the inauguration of Berry Lane Park: Jersey...

Jersey City Council approves 25-year abatement for $11M Journal Square project

The Jersey City Council approved a 25-year tax abatement to Journal Square Lofts Urban Renewal, a six-story, 40-unit project that at least one resident...

Not too Kool for Jersey City: Street gets named after Kool...

The corner of Jersey City's Pacific Avenue and Maple Street was packed with Kool & the Gang fans as city officials gathered to deem...

Jersey City moves forward with 30-hour work week for building service...

The Jersey City Council voted in favor of moving forward with a 30-hour week for building service employees, as well as approving a 90-day...
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