Coronavirus Testing Sites Open In All Jersey City Neighborhoods Ahead Of ThanksgivingJersey City is stepping up efforts to slow the uptick in coronavirus cases ahead of Thanksgiving Day.
Jersey City Issues Boil Water Advisory After Drinking Water Samples Test Positive For E. ColiThe entire city is under a boil advisory after Suez Water says samples of drinking water came back positive for E. coli.
Jersey City Aims To Promote Healthy Eating With Vertical GardensA new initiative in Jersey City, N.J. is trying to sow the seeds of good health. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports the city's vertical farming program is the first of its kind in the U.S.
Jersey City Protests Remain Peaceful As Leaders Announce ReformsDemonstrations over of the death of George Floyd have remained peaceful in Jersey City, where more protests are expected this weekend. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports some reforms are already in the works as protesters continue demanding change.
New Jersey Restaurants Hope To Soon Reopen Their Doors To Customers With Safe Dining Plan In PlaceThe New Jersey Restaurant and Hospitality Association says 8-12% of restaurants won’t reopen.
Water Main Break Prompts Boil Water Advisory For Jersey City And HobokenMayor Steven Fulop said a construction crew ruptured one of the main Jersey City lines. 
Gov. Phil Murphy Announces Start Of Construction On New Hudson-Bergen Light Rail ProjectThe extension is expected to cost around $220 million.
MTA CEO Pat Foye Says Key Congestion Pricing Decisions Will Be Made In Private"I think it's appropriate for an advisory group like that to have the ability to meet, on occasion, in private," Foye said.
Point Of View: Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop Discusses SOTA Lawsuit, Rise In Hate Crimes, NJ Transit & MoreThe Democrat, who has led the nation's most diverse city since 2013, joined CBSN New York's political reporter Marcia Kramer for this week’s episode of “The Point.”
Forgotten Families: Jersey City Mayor Says New York, NJ Cities Are In Settlement Talks For SOTA LawsuitJersey City Mayor Steven Fulop says it will mean New York City has to come up with money to compensate New Jersey for taking in the homeless people.
NJ Governor, Jersey City Mayor Say Board Of Education Member Should Quit After Calling Jews 'Brutes'Jersey City Democratic Mayor Steven Fulop said that Board of Education member Joan Terrell Paige's comment “has no place in our schools.”