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The city might have to pay out huge sums to settle differences with two city unions that allege the city failed to pay t...
01/26/2023
Council Grapples with Payroll Glitches and Massive Back Pay Tab

The city might have to pay out huge sums to settle differences with two city unions that allege the city failed to pay their employees the double time they were due for working during Covid-19.

Data overload caused Jersey City’s municipal payroll system to crash a few pay cycles ago. Slowly but surely, it’s been creeping back to normal, according to city administrators.

As her dad, Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise looked on, Jersey City’s embattled lawmaker Amy DeGise yesterday pleaded ...
01/25/2023
DeGise Pleads Guilty to Leaving the Scene of an Accident

As her dad, Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise looked on, Jersey City’s embattled lawmaker Amy DeGise yesterday pleaded guilty to “leaving the scene of an accident involving injury or death.”

As her dad looked on, embattled councilwoman Amy DeGise pleaded guilty to “leaving the scene of an accident involving injury or death.”

In a case of apparent domestic violence, a Bergen-Lafayette woman is fighting for her life this morning at Jersey City M...
01/24/2023
Developing: Woman Shot Multiple Times in Bergen Lafayette

In a case of apparent domestic violence, a Bergen-Lafayette woman is fighting for her life this morning at Jersey City Medical Center.

In a case of apparent domestic violence, a Bergen-Lafayette woman is fighting for her life this morning.

Amaya Jiminez, a senior at BelovED Charter School on Grand Street, has been offered a full undergraduate scholarship to ...
01/23/2023
BelovEd Charter School Senior Gets Full Scholarship to Princeton

Amaya Jiminez, a senior at BelovED Charter School on Grand Street, has been offered a full undergraduate scholarship to Princeton University.

Amaya Jiminez, a senior at BelovED Charter School has been offered a full undergraduate scholarship to Princeton University.

Did you know that The Jersey City Times has the most complete events calendar in Jersey City? Visit it, post your organi...
01/21/2023

Did you know that The Jersey City Times has the most complete events calendar in Jersey City? Visit it, post your organization's events and stay connected. To see it, go here https://jcitytimes.com/event-calendar/#/

This coming Monday the Department of Cultural Affairs will begin accepting applications for calendar year 2023 grants fr...
01/21/2023
Applications Available Soon for This Year's Grants from JC Arts Tax

This coming Monday the Department of Cultural Affairs will begin accepting applications for calendar year 2023 grants from the Jersey City Arts and Culture Trust Fund.

This Monday the Department of Cultural Affairs will begin accepting applications for 2023 grants from the Jersey City Arts and Culture Trust Fund

Three members of a Jersey City street gang were charged today for their roles in a co***ne distribution organization, as...
01/20/2023
Jersey City Men Charged in Co***ne and Weapons Case

Three members of a Jersey City street gang were charged today for their roles in a co***ne distribution organization, as well as for fi****ms violations.

Three members of a Jersey City street gang were charged today for their roles in a co***ne distribution organization.

The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office will be hosting a meeting intended to provide faith leaders with the security reso...
01/19/2023
Prosecutor Announces Security Program for Houses of Worship

The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office will be hosting a meeting intended to provide faith leaders with the security resources needed to keep their communities safe.

The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office in coordination with others will be hosting a meeting to provide faith leaders with security resources.

Beginning on Sunday, February 5, and extending into 2025, the New Jersey-bound tube of the Holland Tunnel will close dur...
01/18/2023
Jersey-Bound Holland Tunnel to Close Late-Night for Two Years

Beginning on Sunday, February 5, and extending into 2025, the New Jersey-bound tube of the Holland Tunnel will close during off-peak nighttime hours to allow for “extensive and critical repairs” from damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.

The Jersey-bound tube of the Holland Tunnel will close during off-peak nighttime hours for two years to allow for repairs.

New Jersey City University has promoted its executive vice president, 37-year-old Andres Acebo, to interim president, it...
01/17/2023
NJCU Appoints Interim President to Steer Cash-Leaking Ship

New Jersey City University has promoted its executive vice president, 37-year-old Andres Acebo, to interim president, its third leader in less than one year.

NJCU has promoted its executive vice president, 37-year-old Andres Acebo, to interim president, its third leader in less than one year.

Op-Ed: As a resident of Jersey City, I am deeply concerned about the recent announcement that Mayor Steven Fulop will be...
01/16/2023
Our Community Deserves a Say in Cannabis Board Appointments

Op-Ed: As a resident of Jersey City, I am deeply concerned about the recent announcement that Mayor Steven Fulop will be appointing members to the city’s cannabis board without any input from the community.

I am concerned about the announcement that the mayor will be appointing members to the cannabis board without input from the community.

A 27-year-old woman has been arrested in connection with a 2021 Bergen-Lafayette automobile crash that left three people...
01/13/2023
Woman Arrested for Crash that Injured Three in Bergen-Lafayette

A 27-year-old woman has been arrested in connection with a 2021 Bergen-Lafayette automobile crash that left three people seriously injured.

A 27-year-old woman has been arrested in connection with a 2021 Bergen-Lafayette automobile crash that left three people seriously injured. According to Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez, Michelle Graham was taken into custody for causing the August 6, 2021 crash that injured three pedestrians:...

Kindle Education Public Charter School, a new school opening in Journal Square this fall, will receive $1.25 million fro...
01/12/2023
New Charter School in Journal Square to Receive Federal Funding

Kindle Education Public Charter School, a new school opening in Journal Square this fall, will receive $1.25 million from the U.S. Department of Education thanks to the Charter Schools Program of the New Jersey Public Charter Schools Association.

A new charter school opening in Journal Square this fall will receive $1.25 million from the U.S. Department of Education.

For the past year, four staffers in the City Clerk’s office have been dedicating much of their time to handling birth re...
01/10/2023
Jersey City and State Still Out of Sync on Birth Records

For the past year, four staffers in the City Clerk’s office have been dedicating much of their time to handling birth record issues along with death certificates, marriage licenses, civil unions, and domestic partnerships.

The Clerk's office has been ironing out birth records, death certificates, marriage licenses, civil unions, and domestic partnerships,

A committee tasked with finding uses for money generated by the city’s open space tax has so far funded only improvement...
01/09/2023
Open Space Tax Brings No New Open Space - Jersey City Times

A committee tasked with finding uses for money generated by the city’s open space tax has so far funded only improvements to existing parks, putting aside the acquisition of new open space.

A committee formed to find uses for money from the city’s open space tax has funded only improvements to existing parks.

On Thursday evening, the Board of Education held their reorganization meeting, electing Natalia Ioffe as the new preside...
01/07/2023
Ioffe Elected BOE President Despite Ethics Charge

On Thursday evening, the Board of Education held their reorganization meeting, electing Natalia Ioffe as the new president despite the ethics charges lodged against her.

On Thursday, the Board of Education voted in Natalia Ioffee as the new president despite the ethics charges lodged against her

“Our Sacred Heart,” which’ll be on display at Curious Matter until the 29th of January, is a timely reminder that the ch...
01/06/2023
Sacred Heart Beats Fiercely at the Curious Matter Holiday Show

“Our Sacred Heart,” which’ll be on display at Curious Matter until the 29th of January, is a timely reminder that the church — the Catholic church, at least — understands the value of putting on a show.

“Our Sacred Heart” is a timely reminder that the church — the Catholic church, at least — understands the value of putting on a show.

Just months after attacking Jersey City’s budget process in a widely publicized Op-ed piece, Ward E Councilman James Sol...
01/06/2023
Solomon Offers Plan for Jersey City's Budget Woes

Just months after attacking Jersey City’s budget process in a widely publicized Op-ed piece, Ward E Councilman James Solomon will offer a four-point plan to “combat tax increases and wasteful spending.”

After attacking Jersey City's budget process, Councilman James Solomon will offer a plan to "combat tax increases and wasteful spending."

Two candidates, Vice Presidents Natalia Ioffe and Gina Verdibello are vying for the spot but Ioffe is coming into the vo...
01/05/2023
Board of Ed Presidential Candidate Hit With Ethics Complaint

Two candidates, Vice Presidents Natalia Ioffe and Gina Verdibello are vying for the spot but Ioffe is coming into the vote with an ethics complaint hovering over her nomination.

Ioffe is coming into the vote tonight with an ethics complaint hovering over her nomination.

Saying that “it’s been the privilege of a lifetime” to have served as mayor, Steven Fulop ruled out another run for Jers...
01/03/2023
Fulop Rules Out Another Run for Mayor

Saying that “it’s been the privilege of a lifetime” to have served as mayor, Steven Fulop ruled out another run for Jersey City’s highest office today.

Mayor Steven Fulop ruled out another run for Jersey City's highest office today.

Mentha was a founder of Welcome Home Jersey City, a community-based organization that provides educational, employment a...
01/03/2023
Alain Mentha, Immigrant Rights Activist, dies at 57

Mentha was a founder of Welcome Home Jersey City, a community-based organization that provides educational, employment and material support for refugees and asylum seekers locally.

Immigrant rights activist Alain Mentha died at the age of 57 on Sunday morning following a 13-month battle with pancreatic cancer.

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Alumnus Paul Leibow's exhibition “FeelLicks," which was on view at Novado Gallery in Jersey City last fall, was selected as one of the best art shows of 2021 by Jersey City Times.
Wonderful article from the Jersey City Times about the event on Monday, when the Masbia Soup Kitchen Network partnered with us and Ocean Live Poultry to give halal meat to our friends from Afghanistan and elsewhere!
Jersey City Public Schools are going through so much with the budget cut, the pandemic, violence and teacher shortage. Although our city keeps the mayor from having any say in the school operations, the city needs to work together. The winner of the 2021 Jersey City Mayoral election will have a tough task. What can this new candidate do to help ease the pain of parents.
Parents, this is your time to find out who he is, is he the best choice for you and your family, and most importantly, is he the best example for our children, the future leaders of our great city.
Join me, Shanna Givens, Parent/educational activist, Friday October 21, 2021 . Virtually!!! Come on in and let Mr. Spears tell you who he is and see if he can help you make a decision on who is fit to run Jersey City on November 2nd

🚨NEW EPISODE IS ONLINE!🚨

I welcome back Jersey City Times Founder and Publisher Aaron Morrill to this 5 TIME AWARD-WINNING podcast!

We discussed local stories involving the entrance of Lewis Spears into the Mayoral race, the most interesting races for City Council in Jersey City, the current political climate, the job performance of Mayor Steven Fulop and much more.

You can tune in via:

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/talkonthehudson/2021/09/15/talk-on-the-hudson-wednesday-september-15-2021

Do not forget to share the link with your friends online!

Once again, it’s the BEST analysis of today’s political climate in Hudson County courtesy of New Jersey’s PREMIER JOURNALIST Fernando Uribe!

This informative episode is sponsored by:

The Office of New Jersey State Senator Brian P. Stack

The Town of West New York, NJ

The Weehawken Township Government Page

The City of Union City, New Jersey
Ward A and Ward F Candidates' Forum, Monday, 10/4 via Zoom. Register here -
Come out Wednesday night for Mulligans Stand Up Comedy Night September. We have another great show and want to pack the place out again.

Where: Mulligans Hoboken
When: 730pm Doors . 8pm Show
How Much: Free. Please reserve your spot but walk ins are welcome.
Who: Keno Williams Sashalyn Sashalyn Dan Frank James Mac Andre Townsend Karen Krents and Abby Washuta.
RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mulligans-stand-up-comedy-night-september-tickets-169861053985
FREE school supplies will be distributed in Jersey City tomorrow. This Saturday!
Aug 28th from 10am-12pm
where: 459 Martin Luther King Dr.
RAIN OR SHINE
🚨NEW EPISODES ARE ONLINE!🚨

As this 5 TIME AWARD-WINNING podcast is on Summer Break until September, you can check out recent episodes via:

www.blogtalkradio.com/talkonthehudson

New Jersey's PREMIER JOURNALIST is PROUD to partner with my amazing sponsors to bring you this weekly informative podcast.

The Office of New Jersey State Senator Brian P. Stack
The Town of West New York, NJ
The Weehawken Township Government Page
The City of Union City, New Jersey

Since March 2017, this program brings you the BEST analysis and commentary concerning the political climate in the Hudson County.

During these warm days, whether you’re on the beach, driving to the beach or simply staying cool indoors, tune in and trust me, you’ll be glad you did.

Recent guests have included:

Hudson County Democratic Organization Chairwoman Amy DeGise
TAPinto Jersey City Columnist Al Sullivan
Jersey City Times Publisher Aaron Morrill
HudPost Founder and Publisher James de los Santos
Jersey City Councilwoman Mira Prinz-Arey
Union City, New Jersey Mayor Brian P. Stack

and many more!
Today is August 8 or 8/8 and it holds special significance for us here at Playtime Co-Work.

We have a special new promotion going on right now for parents who want to get back to work without worrying about childcare:

The “Most Economic” 888, 1 month subscription.

What do you plan to do with your monthly $300 child tax credit?

To find out more click on the link below 👇.

To all of my parents and friends of , the time is now!

Introducing Playtime Co-Work, a new subsidiary of Atreya Digital Health LLC.

This pilot childcare and co-working space is the solution for busy parents that need help taking care of their babies under 4 years old and adults that need affordable spaces to work.

This concept company was developed by our founder and local serial entrepreneur, Mishal Avichal, looking to make a difference in Jersey City. It will be staffed by professional childcare providers and have a separate co-working space with free Wifi and more!

Not a parent of a toddler, but still looking for space?
This local co-working space is the best solution since our hot desk, dedicated desk and private office plans are competitive. Plus, you can see massive savings by pre-ordering Combo, 6 and 12 month plans.

What do you plan to do with your monthly $300 child tax credit?

Feeling generous and want to sponsor a child? A $300 donation can go a long way in helping low-income families.

You can also ask about "The Three4Two Executive Office" and for serious enquiries contact Mishal Avichal directly on Facebook.

To all of my parents and friends of , the time is now!

Introducing Playtime Co-Work, a new subsidiary of Atreya Digital Health LLC.

This pilot childcare and co-working space is the solution for busy parents that need help taking care of their babies under 4 years old and adults that need affordable spaces to work.

This concept company was developed by our founder and local serial entrepreneur, Mishal Avichal, looking to make a difference in Jersey City. It will be staffed by professional childcare providers and have a separate co-working space with free Wifi and more!

Not a parent of a toddler, but still looking for space?
This local co-working space is the best solution since our hot desk, dedicated desk and private office plans are competitive. Plus, you can see massive savings by pre-ordering Combo, 6 and 12 month plans.

What do you plan to do with your monthly $300 child tax credit?

Feeling generous and want to sponsor a child? A $300 donation can go a long way in helping low-income families.

You can also ask about "The Three4Two Executive Office" and for serious enquiries contact Mishal Avichal directly on Facebook.

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