Jersey City Celebrates Expansive Mural Arts Program With New FestivalThe festival is a collaboration between Jersey City and Mana Public Arts. It will feature new works from more than 50 artists.
NJ Transit Service Resumes After Police Investigate Suspicious Package In Jersey CityOfficers swarmed the scene around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday on Grove Street near 18th Street at the Jersey City-Hoboken border. 
Massive Fire Overnight At Sims Metal Recycling Plant In Jersey CityVideo showed huge plumes of smoke and fire pouring into the night sky from Sims Metal on Linden Avenue.
2 Killed, Several Hurt In Bloody Shootout Near Jersey City High SchoolNeighbors said the scene near Crescent Avenue was so bloody, firefighters were called to spray down the sidewalk Saturday morning.
Good Samaritans Care For Newborn After Teen Mom Abandons Baby At Jersey City RestaurantThe baby girl is being treated at Jersey City Medical Center and will be put up for adoption.
Police: Teenage Mother Leaves Newborn With Stranger At Jersey City RestaurantPolice say the baby was taken to a local hospital and they were later able to locate the young mother.
4th-12th Graders Return To In-Person Learning At Jersey City SchoolsThere will be safety protocols including temperature checks, mandatory masks and plastic shields for desks.
Jersey City Public Schools Welcome Back Younger Students After 14-Month ShutdownThe move comes after the district went back and forth on the decision, frustrating parents and local leaders. 
As COVID-19 Rages On In India, New Jerseyans Are Stepping Up To Help Those StrugglingIt's a catastrophe in India, where the number of COVID-19 cases is skyrocketing. There's a shortage of hospital beds, oxygen and medicine.
Meet Rishi Vamdatt, The 11-Year-Old Jersey City Whiz Kid Who Offers Free Financial Advice To Thousands OnlinePeople all over the world looking to learn about stocks, bonds and even how to improve their credit score are turning to a New Jersey sixth grader!
Jersey City Schools Scrap Plans To Stay All-Remote Until September, Will Bring Students Back Next WeekThe school district was supposed to go to a hybrid learning schedule April 26, but earlier this week, public school officials told parents they didn't have enough staff to open and students would continue remote learning until September.