Senator Bob Menendez says the projects that will start over the next few months will work to stop flood-related problems like the ones after Superstorm Sandy two years ago.
Engineers are waiting for the approval of a proposal to start bringing down the abnormally high speed bumps on Erie Street, which aim to prevent drivers from speeding past schools.
Some cars come to a complete stop at the large speed bump, but others go way too fast, bottoming out and banging bumpers.
The parent company of the Growing Tree Learning II said the center opened after several state and local agencies investigated Thursday’s incident.
“The report that we were given is that a cleaning solution was made up at the daycare yesterday with a small amount of bleach mixed into a bottle of water,” said Michael Bessette, Chairman of Emergency Medicine at Jersey City Medical Center, said.
Prosecutors say that from October 2012 through August 2014, the three men ran a website that sold fake licenses for seven states, with each license costing about $150.
The mayors of some of New Jersey’s most crime-plagued cities are hearing from academics and law enforcement experts on new ways to help reduce violent crime.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop set up a piano this week in the new Newark Avenue pedestrian plaza, but it almost ended up getting hauled away by the garbage men.
The incident occurred around 7 a.m. Friday in the 2100 block of John F. Kennedy Boulevard West.
Police charged Lopez with disorderly conduct and interference with transportation. Santiago is charged with interference with transportation and breach of peace. Foreman is accused of having an open container of alcohol.
Firefighters are battling a blaze underneath the Pulaski Skyway that is sending smoke billowing into the air.
A compact low-rider car hit a tree and split into two at around 4 a.m. on Route 440 near Danforth Avenue.
Friends and family prepared to say a final goodbye to a Jersey City couple who were killed by a tornado in Virginia.
The Jersey City Youth Foundation will donate 50 percent of its proceeds from the event to the children of Lord Balatbat and Lolibeth Ortega.
Three northern New Jersey mayors on Monday announced plans for a partnership between mayors around the state to improve public safety and reduce costs.