Union City man involved in Operation Big Rig III pleads guilty to $1 million in bank fraud. Moshe “David” Schwartz 33, pled guilty to operating an unchartered bank, which was disguised as a charity, and tax evasion in federal court.
NORTH BERGEN, NJ – North Bergen High School has been awarded a bronze medal by U.S. News and World Report magazine, recognizing it as one of New Jersey’s best public high schools. The new rankings, which came out this week, utilize several data points to evaluate schools including tes
Bayonne chiropractor pleads guilty to $13,000 worth of insurance fraud. Charles Boas, 66, of Matawan, operated out of an office at 909 Broadway and admitted to submitting fraudulent claims to Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield between October 9 2006 and October 13 2009.
Weehawken council candidate Joe Mendez: I’ll audit every department if elected. Weehawken 3rd ward council candidate Joe Mendez spoke to Hudson County TV about the May 13 election in the township where he hopes to unseat Robert Sosa.
Anticipation mounting as the “Taste of Weehawken” grows nearer. On Tuesday April 22, a press conference was held in anticipation of the 14th annual “Taste of Weehawken.” The actual event will be on April 29th, at the food court in Lincoln Harbor. Restaurants from all over
Freeholder hopeful Balmir talks ties to Jersey City, meals-on-wheels & Spectra pipeline. District 3 Freeholder candidate Gerard Balmir spoke to Hudson County TV about various Jersey City issues prior to the June 3 primary election at Moe’s Barbershop on Monticello Avenue.
West New York citizens flood the streets to make their town a cleaner place to live. On Saturday April 19, West New York citizens gathered for the first of many clean up days. Hudson County TV spoke with the organizers of this event, who were very enthusiastic to start this ser
Skyway Closures reeking havoc in Hudson County.The North Bound side of the Pulaski Skyway has been officially closed for one business week. Although some reports say that the skyway closure has caused minimal problems, Hudson County TV got a different story.
Mayor Steven Fulop: ‘America can do much, much better’ with our prison system. Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and ex-NJ Governor Jim McGreevey spoke to a packed room at St. Peter’s University for the Prisoner Re-entry Conference on Thursday.