Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop Won’t Run For Governor, Endorses Former Ambassador MurphyThe mayor of New Jersey's second-largest city on Wednesday endorsed former Obama administration ambassador Phil Murphy in next year's governor's race.
Jersey City Drivers Fed Up As Trucks Damage Cars Parked On Residential StreetsPeople who live in a section of Jersey City say they're fed up. They claim they can't safely park their vehicles near their homes over fears of damage.
Officials, Conservationists Balk At Plans To Place Barges Between Ellis Island And Liberty State ParkLocal officials, businesses, and conservationists said it will ruin views and disrupt ferry traffic in the historic part of New York harbor.
Muslims On Edge After Jersey City Mosque Receives Threatening Letter, VoicemailIslamic centers of worship in New Jersey were on alert Wednesday after a mosque in Jersey City received a threatening letter and voice mail.
Jersey City Set To Roll Out Life-Saving ‘United Rescue’ ProgramJersey City is about to be the first in the country to embrace United Rescue, a program that reduces emergency response time.
Pending Legislation Sparks Concerns Over Future Of Liberty State ParkA citizen group and the mayor of Jersey City are worried that Liberty State Park is under threat by developers.
Officials: So Far, Impact From Pulaski Skyway Closure Has Been MinimalNew Jersey Department of Transportation spokesman Steve Shapiro said that commuters have caught on to the idea of using mass transit and changing up their travel plans.
Pulaski Skyway Renovation Expected To Bring Major Congestion To North Jersey RoadsThe bridge has been trusted by tens of thousands of drivers to get from New Jersey to Manhattan, but will be shut down for the next two years.
Super Bowl Week Kicks Off As Area Gears Up For Big GameThe area will be jam-packed this week with events, games and concerts offering a full Super Bowl experience free of charge.
Jersey City Mayor Claims He Faced Political Payback For Failing To Endorse Gov. ChristieJersey City released emails and text messages about setting up and then canceling meetings. The emails back up the assertions Fulop made last week about the meetings being canceled abruptly in July, but they do not offer any insight into why the officials backed out.
Jersey City Mayor: Housing 'Market Is On Fire'Another high-rise has broken ground in downtown Jersey City. The 38-story building will feature 311 luxury rental units overlooking the Manhattan skyline.
Health Insurance Markets Open To Surge Of New Customers And ProblemsThe online insurance marketplaces that are at the heart of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul struggled to handle the wave of new consumers Tuesday, the first day of a six-month open enrollment period.

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