A pedestrian was struck on the corner of Sip Avenue and Kennedy Boulevard on Friday morning, a police report said. Officers responded to the intersection just after 11 a.m. to a pedestrian who said he was hit by a vehicle, police said.
While Jersey City's dining scene is enjoying a Renaissance, four local chefs say one aspect of the gastronomic experience needs resuscitation. Alysis Vasquez, a chef trained at the French Culinary Institute who's formerly worked for big names like Tom Colicchio, says while JC's offering great eats, it can be hard to find a communal eating experience.
TRENTON - The odds that voters will be asked to allow casino gambling in north Jersey this November are about the odds of winning the lottery. With a deadline fast approaching, north Jersey lawmakers who have fought to allow casinos in places other than Atlantic City now acknowledge that the effort to get the question on the ballot in 2015 is all but dead in the face of south Jersey resistance.
The cast of "Arden of Faversham" all seek to murder the clueless Thomas Arden in Hudson Shakespeare Company's presentation of the lost Shakespeare play. The Hudson Shakespeare Company returns with a "lost" Shakespeare play called "The Murder of Thomas Arden of Faversham" on Thursday, at 7 p.m., in Hamilton Park, Jersey City.
Tomorrow is the official Fourth of July and if you're still looking for a place to see fireworks, here are some suggestions. JERSEY CITY The city is bringing back its Freedom and Fireworks Festival for the second year in a row.
A Union City native has taken "Jewish Geography" to its next level by creating a network for Jewish business owners in Hudson County. David Rosenberg, 24, created the Hudson County Jewish Business Alliance last year, and has slowly made a name for the organization by sponsoring events for local business owners.