Jersey City holiday market launches...

Jersey City holiday market launches with ice skating, live music and food trucks

Despite drizzly, dreary weather, the show went on Saturday at the launch of a holiday pop-up market in Jersey City meant to promote small business shopping. "Holiday Mart @ The HUB" kicked off at the Martin Luther King Drive Hub shopping center, offering city residents ice skating, live music, food trucks and about 20 different indoor craft vendors.

Charge: Former Jersey City DPW work...

Charge: Former Jersey City DPW worker threatened to shoot worker

An ex-DPW worker was arrested and charged with assault on Tuesday after police allege he punched two city employees and threatened to shoot a third. David Washington, of Fremont Street, started "making threats and throwing punches" soon after arriving at the city Department of Public Works grounds on Tuesday about 4 p.m. in a pick-up truck driven by another individual, according to city spokeswoman Jennifer Morrill.

Gay worker claims retaliation by ci...

Gay worker claims retaliation by city official

A city worker has filed a lawsuit against city director and former deputy mayor Anthony Cruz, accusing Cruz of a host of allegations that include making homophobic remarks and using his position to help developers. Daniel Wrieden, a historic preservation officer, alleges in the five-count lawsuit filed Nov. 9 in Hudson County Superior Court, that Cruz referred to him as "that [expletive] weirdo," "consistently" used a slur usually aimed at gay men and created such a hostile work environment that Wrieden contemplated suicide.

The Record: Liberty maul

The Record: Liberty maul

NOT ONLY is Liberty State Park in Jersey City an open space oasis in a highly urbanized area, it offers a panoramic view of the New York City skyline and easy ferry access to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. It's no surprise that the park attracts more than 4 million visitors a year.

Star-Ledger editorial slams opponen...

Star-Ledger editorial slams opponents of moving Jersey City muni elections to November

"Government in Jersey City has always had a yuck factor, but there's a movement afoot to repudiate the will of the voters while also warping the career arc of its mayor," today's editorial reads. "This is something that needs to be pointed out, because when a small minority tries t wrest control of the election process in our second largest city, it reeks of political subterfuge."

Jersey City parents, youth, rally a...

Jersey City parents, youth, rally against recent spate of gun violence

JERSEY CITY -- Surrounded by a crowd of 100 people, 5-year-old Alexis Galvan stood in the center of Audubon Park this afternoon and delivered a three-word message to his community: "Stop the violence!" Alexis was one of dozens of children who participated in today's effort to end gun violence that has claimed five lives in the city since mid-November. Organized by Doris Brown, Latarsha Williams-Johnson and Corea Parker, the march created an opportunity for local residents to say they are fed up with the city's most recent spate of street carnage.

The New York Times

Chris Christie, Rising in New Hamps...

Chris Christie, Rising in New Hampshire, Becomes a Donald Trump Target

As Chris Christie?s courtship of New Hampshire voters has started showing signs of paying off, Donald J. Trump took an impromptu shot at his record as New Jersey governor in hopes of slowing his momentum.
3 Killed and 12 Injured in Crash In...

3 Killed and 12 Injured in Crash Involving Cattle Trailer in New Jersey

A series of collisions occurred after a Maine man pulled his truck onto the shoulder of Interstate 287 to fix his trailer.
Things to Do in New Jersey, Nov. 27...

Things to Do in New Jersey, Nov. 27 to Dec. 6, 2015

A guide to cultural and recreational events in New Jersey.
Restaurant Review: Delta?s Serves N...

Restaurant Review: Delta?s Serves No-Nonsense Soul Food

Delta?s in New Brunswick, N.J., serves no-nonsense soul food with all the fixings in a lively atmosphere.
Frank Sinatra in Hoboken: If I Can ...

Frank Sinatra in Hoboken: If I Can Make It There ...

Where The Voice was born.
Homes for Sale in New York and New ...

Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey

This week?s properties include a five-bedroom in Holmdel, N.J., and a six-bedroom in Sea Cliff, N.Y.


More Clinton Email Coming Today

More Clinton Email Coming Today

State Department is expected to release another 7,800 pages of Clinton email.
Tyson Fury calls Wladimir Klitschko...

Tyson Fury calls Wladimir Klitschko camp 'cheats,' feared he'd be drugged

Tyson Fury said he refused to accept any water after beating Wladimir Klitschko in their world heavyweight title fight for fear of being drugged by the Ukrainian's camp.
Mark Richt: 'Miserable' not to meet...

Mark Richt: 'Miserable' not to meet expectations

On Sunday morning, athletic director Greg McGarity met with Mark Richt for more than an hour and told him he wouldn't be returning as Georgia's coach next season.
Dolphins fire offensive coordinator...

Dolphins fire offensive coordinator Bill Lazor, promote Zac Taylor

The Miami Dolphins, who haven't won an AFC East game in almost a calendar year, fired offensive coordinator Bill Lazor in an attempt to break the team's slide.
USC hires Clay Helton as permanent ...

USC hires Clay Helton as permanent coach

The USC Trojans hired Clay Helton as their head coach, signing him to a multiyear deal Monday after he guided the school to a 5-2 mark as the interim coach.
Police in Connecticut investigate p...

Police in Connecticut investigate photo of dog with duct tape muzzle

A photo shared on Facebook depicting a dog with duct tape wrapped tightly around its mouth spawned both outrage on social media and a police investigation in Connecticut.

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