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Part of the New York metropolitan area, Jersey City lies between of the Hudson River and Upper New York Bay across from Lower Manhattan and the Hackensack River and Newark Bay. A commercial and industrial center, it is a port of entry and a manufacturing center. Service industries have played a prominent role in the redevelopment of its waterfront and the creation of one of the nation's largest office-space real estate markets.

Population: 242389
Local Newspapers: Jersey Journal New York Times
Local Sports Teams: New Jersey Devils (NHL) New Jersey Nets (NBA)
Local Colleges: New Jersey City University

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Towns/Cities near jersey city, new jersey : Hoboken Bayonne Greenville Newark Kearny Secaucus

Jersey City News
JC student wins PATH poster contest - Santa waiting for a train' art chosen from over 350 entries

Clearly overwhelmed at being selected as this year's winner of the Annual PATH Holiday Poster Contest, Jersey City eighth grader Renfrew Maristela says he thought a long time about the meaning of the poster rather than about any particular event that inspired him. His poster, depicting a snowman waiting for a PATH train with the New York City skyline in the background, will be displayed in PATH stations and on rail cars throughout the holiday season.

Police surveillance results in nabbing $1M of pot from father, son: authorities

Jersey City police seized 110 pounds of marijuana worth an estimated $1 million from a rental truck bound for Long Island this week, authorities announced. Two men -- a father and son -- were arrested Thursday during the massive drug seizure, which is among the most significant recent hauls for local law enforcement.

Expansion of Hudson-Bergen light rail expected to get $5 million boost

The expansion of the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail system westward to Route 440 in Jersey City is expected to receive a $5 million jump start when the NJ Transit board votes on an engineering contract next week. The expansion project is seen as a key component of the city plan to revitalize the western side of the city and provide a mass transit option for the planned Bayfront development on the Hackensack River north of Society Hill.

Emotional sentencing for 3 in fatal shooting of 16-year-old

JERSEY CITY -- Anger and grief boiled over in court at the sentencing of three men for their roles in the killing of a 16-year-old Jersey City boy in a hail of gunfire prosecutors say had no intended target and was aimed at "shooting up" the area. "Everything reminds me of him everywhere -- a smell, a place I pass," Dawn Witherspoon said through tears at Friday's sentencing.

World's fourth-largest planetarium is opens in Jersey City

Some 400 kids took a seat inside Liberty Science Center yesterday morning and were in awe of what surrounded them. The Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium will open today following an 18-month renovation that saw the science center's famed IMAX dome theater converted into one of the world's largest planetariums.

Man who led cops on chase that ended in fiery crash may get new detention hearing

The state Supreme Court decided yesterday to hear an appeal of the pretrial detention of a Jersey City man charged with leading police on a chase that ended in a fiery crash which left an innocent bystander with severe burns. The court will hear oral arguments on March 13 to determine if the trial court abused its discretion by refusing to allow Leo C. Pinkston to call certain police officers to the stand during his detention hearing, according to electronic court records.

Sickly former North Bergen DPW head spared jail in corruption case

An aging, ailing former North Bergen public works director was spared jail time when sentenced on Friday, despite having admitted he aided a political campaign of Mayor Nicholas Sacco at the expense of taxpayers, state Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino announced. Timothy Grossi, 77, of Jersey City, was given a suspended 3-year sentence by a state Superior Court judge who had previously stated she would not submit Grossi to jail time due to his failing health.

A political star rises in Jersey City

JERSEY CITY -- Stop us if you've heard this one before: a political neophyte and Jersey City transplant pledging to reform city government takes on the political establishment and wins the Downtown Jersey City council seat in an upset. That was the story Tuesday night, when James Solomon stunned Jersey City by winning the Ward E City Council seat .

Bike thief caught red-handed in Jersey City, cops say

When police caught an alleged bike thief red-handed in Jersey City Thursday, there was no foot pursuit, struggle or dramatic confrontation. John Pachecho, 52, of Bergen Avenue in Jersey City, was arrested around 8 p.m. on the plaza level of the Journal Square Transportation Center after police saw him removing a bicycle from a rack near the Starbucks, Port Authority police spokesman Joe Pentangelo said.

Sentencing delayed for man guilty of assaulting friend who died in car

JERSEY CITY -- Sentencing has been pushed back for a Bayonne man convicted of assaulting a friend who was later found dead in the backseat of his vehicle in Union City in 2015. On Oct. 19, John Gutierrez, 31, was convicted of possession of PCP and aggravated assault on Ely Chalas, 34, although he was acquitted of the more serious charge of manslaughter.

Saddle River Inn one of two NJ restaurants named 100 Best in America

From a legendary hot dog joint to a whimsical luncheonette to a haute-cuisine establishment, these restaurants have clearly stood the test of time. Saddle River Inn was named one of the best 100 restaurants in America in 2017 by Open Table, the online restaurant reservation service.

Man found lying in street faces PCP charges

A 42-year-old Jersey City man found lying in the middle of the street was arrested on drug charges after PCP fell out of his pocket, authorities said. Officers responding to Carbon Place on Nov. 20 found the Virginia Avenue resident and tried to move him out of the street.

Planetariums in New Jersey

More than two dozen of these amazing sky theaters can be found in the Garden State, including a number in North Jersey. Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium and LSC Giant Dome Theater - billed as the largest in the Western Hemisphere - opens at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City.

Details emerge about new Liberty State Park marina

JERSEY CITY - A new, privately operated marina would stretch for nearly a mile along the waterfront inside Liberty State Park, with the marina operator leasing 45 acres on the southern end of the state-owned park, including two public parking lots and all three jetties, newly released documents show. The documents show the state would also permit the marina operator, Suntex Marinas, to open a public restaurant or office on the southern end of the park, which overlooks the Statue of Liberty.

Witness at murder trial says he did not tell the truth to detectives

JERSEY CITY -- A witness at the murder trial of Froylan Lopez said he was not truthful with homicide detectives when he was initially interviewed about a fatal stabbing in 2015. Instead, Herman Sierra told investigators that he saw nothing the night Troy Brandon, 26, was stabbed to death at Monticello and Storms avenues in Jersey City on Dec. 5, 2015.

Final tab for canceled Jersey City reval is $3.8M

Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop canceled a reval that was underway in 2013 and the company conducting it sued for breach of contract. ( JERSEY CITY -- The final tab for the property revaluation Jersey City halted in 2013, plus the city's legal fight to break its contract with the company conducting the long-delayed reval , is $3,784,198.

Guided by Voices expand tour, playing Jersey City's White Eagle Hall

Guided by Voices will be in NYC this month as part of a short holiday tour , playing a sold-out show at The Bell House on December 15. The band will be back on tour in the spring, and the only announced show as of now is at Jersey City's White Eagle Hall on April 18 . You can get tickets right now for that show with the BrooklynVegan presale that runs till midnight tonight .

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