Whether you've savored the Southern BBQ-style food of Lucky 7 Tavern or relished the Mediterranean fare of Satis Bistro, you've got Restaurant Development Group to thank. RDG, made up of restaurant and real estate partners Andy Siegel, Michael Garcia and Geza Gulas, have developed a keen eye for prime Jersey City locations to launch unique and diverse eateries.
President Obama's announcement of the restoration of diplomatic relations with Cuba is a bitter pill to swallow for some Hudson County Cuban-Americans. Our series on the homeless in the county continues.
The Jersey City City Council voted on two controversial ordinances tonight, Dec. 17, 2014, and terminated a 5-year tax abatement. Jersey City officials have introduced an ordinance to terminate a five-year tax exemption for a Downtown construction project and gave final passage on the use of the Municipal Utilities Authority surplus, as well as clearing the way to sell a city parking lot for development.
Ten people were injured on Wednesday in a serious crash involving a NJ Transit bus and two trucks in the northbound lanes on the New Jersey Turnpike near Exit 13 in Linden, an NJT spokesman said. The accident happened just before 8 a.m. at mile marker 97.7 in Linden, near the Goethals Bridge exit.
The Main Library in Jersey City will be closed through the end of the year as demolition and renovations continue inside the building . The Main Library, located at 472 Jersey Ave., expects to reopen Friday, Jan. 2. In the meantime, demolition in the building will make way for the reconstruction of the first floor restrooms and the new shaft for a barrier-free elevator.
JERSEY CITY - A whopping $17,375 raise was awarded to the mayor's scheduler this year as part of a round of pay hikes for city management that will cost taxpayers nearly $1 million. Nancy Warlikowski, Mayor Steve Fulop's scheduler, was granted the largest raise given to any city employee.