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Bayonne's ex-business administrator...

Bayonne's ex-business administrator's trial on theft, forgery charges postponed until May

JERSEY CITY -- A former Bayonne business administrator's trial on charges of theft and forgery has been postponed until May, according to Hudson County Assistant Prosecutor Gene Rubino. Peter Cresci, who was appointed Bayonne's business administrator in Nov. 2008 and fired in May 2009 after former Mayor Mark Smith took office, was indicted in July 2013 for allegedly forging a signature on a settlement agreement and unlawfully taking $25,000 without informing a client.

Letter: While proposing new histori...

Letter: While proposing new historic district, consider Jersey City's poor record with landmarks

The City of Jersey City is planning to create a new historic district in the West Bergen neighborhood of the city. This proposal is to appear before the city's Planning Board for adoption and then to the City Council for affirmation.

Jersey City Democrats seek committe...

Jersey City Democrats seek committee members

As you may know, petitions are currently available for positions within the Jersey City Democratic Committee as a committee member. Committee members are the backbone of our local Democratic Party, and leaders within their respective neighborhoods and local communities.

Art, music to spring into Jersey Ci...

Art, music to spring into Jersey City: 9 must-see JC Fridays events

Christine Goodman, executive director of organizing group Art House Productions, says this Friday's lineup features tons of live music and family-friendly events, plus some new venues, all around the city. "It's great to see people creating artistic cultural centers in their neighborhoods," said Goodman.

Hudson County school closings, dela...

Hudson County school closings, delays for Monday, March 2

Due to the weather, many local schools are having delayed openings. Check with your child's school before heading out this morning, and use caution during your commute.

Hudson County hired criminal who we...

Hudson County hired criminal who went on to allegedly rape, kidnap woman on job

A Jersey City man who was tried on charges of kidnap and rape this month was hired by Hudson County in 2009 -- without a background check -- after a nearly 20-year history of violent crimes. Shawn Barrett, 47, was found guilty Wednesday of simple assault at the trial in which he was accused of kidnapping and raping a Bayonne woman he had met days earlier while he was working at Hudson County Plaza in Jersey City in August 2013.

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As Common Core Testing Is Ushered I...

As Common Core Testing Is Ushered In, Parents and Students Opt Out

On Monday, many public school students in New Jersey will begin to take standardized tests that are opposed by an unusually diverse coalition of enemies.
Winning Lottery Numbers for March 1...

Winning Lottery Numbers for March 1, 2015

Lottery numbers for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Anthony R. Cucci, Jersey City Mayor...

Anthony R. Cucci, Jersey City Mayor, Dies at 92

Mr. Cucci, a Jersey City guy through and through, won a bruising campaign in 1985 but later lost a re-election bid to the same opponent, Gerald McCann.
On the Market in the New York Regio...

On the Market in the New York Region

This week?s properties include a five-bedroom in Long Beach, N.Y., and a six-bedroom in Englewood, N.J.
Winning Lottery Numbers for Feb. 28...

Winning Lottery Numbers for Feb. 28, 2015

Lottery numbers for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Pillowy Pork Buns and Noodles to Sl...

Pillowy Pork Buns and Noodles to Slurp

The six varieties of ramen at Ani Ramen Noodle House in Montclair are so close to the ideal type that they lure a capacity crowd year-round.

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LAPD Shooting: Why Cops Say Skid Ro...

LAPD Shooting: Why Cops Say Skid Row Suspect Grabbed for Gun

The man fatally shot by Los Angeles police officers apparently grabbed at a police officer's pistol before he was shot, the chief of the LAPD said.
FEMA and homeowners battle over San...

FEMA and homeowners battle over Sandy money

It was an S-O-S on your 7 On Your Side Facebook page. A government agency clawing back tens of thousands in funds given to a Sandy-soaked family. When all their appeals were rejected, 7 On Your Side was their final hope.
Officials: Mom Knew Her Son Was 'Ji...

Officials: Mom Knew Her Son Was 'Jihadi John'

Mohammed Emwazi told parents he was going to do humanitarian aid, officials say.
Mom Found Guilty of Poisoning Son W...

Mom Found Guilty of Poisoning Son With Salt Water

A New York jury convicted a mother of second-degree murder today.
Tour, agent: Tiger Woods not banned

Tour, agent: Tiger Woods not banned

A journeyman pro retracted comments he made in a Friday radio interview, during which he said Tiger Woods has been suspended for a month by the PGA Tour
New York City top cop blames mariju...

New York City top cop blames marijuana for 17 percent increase in shootings

Shootings in New York City are on the rise, with a 17 percent increase this year over the same time period in 2014.

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