While some parts of Jersey City are seeing rapid change, with blooming high-rises and new restaurants opening up, others are stuck in moratorium. Going back to her childhood neighborhood of Bergen Hill, Abib Ascencio says many things are the same as they were when she last lived on Seaview Avenue.
One of the problems with bars these days is they're not very social environments...everybody's on their phones In the spirit of this classic style - which is evident from the large antique cash register that sits behind the bar - the owner draws inspiration for one of the pub's mottos: "No Wi-Fi: Talk to each other." "What I'm trying to create here is a good vibe," said 36 year-old Angelo Hatzipetrou, who opened the pub at the end of May. "As you can see we have no televisions, that's done for a reason.
The 15th annual Jersey City LGBT Pride Week got underway in earnest Sunday with Sundays are Drag ... Brunch - Pride Edition" with pride MC Harmonica Sunbeam joined by others and a large crowd at The Brightside Tavern. The Pride week activities continue with nightly events, ending Saturday with the Pride Festival.
With the D-Link Wi-Fi Water Sensor, you'll know in seconds if water seeps into your home from any source. Now, this is a gadget many in Hudson County should consider, especially those of us with basements or garden levels.
Angel R. Carvajal, an employee at a Macy's distribution center at 1 Venture Way in Secaucus, allegedly removed $5,700 worth of rings where he worked on Aug. 21, 2015, according to Secaucus police. (Erika Solorzano A Jersey City man was arrested in Secaucus on Friday and charged with stealing nearly $6,000 in jewelry from his job, police stated.
JERSEY CITY -- A city man was arrested Tuesday night at Newport Centre mall after a wild incident during which he grabbed a teenager in a sexual manner, assaulted a number of women and men and then threatened to kill police officers, a police dog and even their family members. Jamale M. Bryant, 35, of Jersey City, made his first court appearance on the charges in Central Judicial Processing Court in Jersey City this afternoon when he stood before CJP Judge Margaret Marley in a ripped T-shirt.