Jersey City Mayor Wants Substations Moved In Wake Of Sandy OutagesParts of Jersey City are still without power over a week after superstorm Sandy struck and the mayor wants to do something to help prevent future outages.
Jersey City Mayor Says Power By Sunday Not Soon Enough; Curfew Still In Effect"PSE&G has told me power stations on 63rd Street in Bayonne and the Marion power station got flooded out, as we all know. They've drained the water out. They're drying them out," Mayor Jerramiah Healy said.
Sandy Makes Landfall, Devastates Many Areas Of New JerseyWind gusts up to 89 mph were reported in Surf City on Long Beach Island, after Sandy made landfall.
Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Getting Money To Study ImprovementsIt was announced Thursday that the Hudson Bergen Light Rail system has received a $400,000 grant.
Second Suspect Sought In Shooting That Hit Jersey City Church VanAuthorities are seeking another suspect in a shooting that left a bullet in a church van carrying 16 boys and girls home from choir practice in Jersey City.
Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy Aganist Natural Gas PipelineA natural gas pipeline bound for Manhattan is planned to go under parts of Hudson County and both supporters and opponents got to voice their opinions at a meeting in Jersey City on Wednesday night.
Jersey City Mayor Calls Gas Pipeline Proposal 'Terribly Dangerous'Mayor Jerramiah Healy was sounding the alarm Tuesday because of concerns over the proposal's proximity to critical infrastructure.
9/11 Observances Take Place Across Garden StateNew Jerseyans across the state are marking the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks with events offering a poignant mixture of sadness and hope while honoring the 746 state residents killed on that day.
New York City Steps Up Security In Light Of 'Specific, Credible But Unconfirmed' ThreatThe threat involves non-specific car bomb attacks, possibly targeting bridges and tunnels here. The info. came from an overseas source which Mayor Bloomberg said had been credible in the past.
Sen. Robert Menendez: Republican Transportation Bill Could Cost NJ JobsThe Surface Transportation Program, which provides federal funding for road, bridge and public transportation projects, will expire on September 30.
Jersey City Police Cracking Down On Illegal GunsJersey City police have been cracking down on illegal guns in the hopes of a safer summer with Operation Summer Shield.