Press Release By way of introduction, Facebook Political Insider (also known as “Insider”) is a non-partisan online community of local residents founded by Jersey City native Mr. Tyrone Hodge. Insider is composed of a diverse cross-section of voters united by the belief in
Hudson County Sheriff’s Office Releases Photos Of Vehicles Suspected in Hit & Run. (Hudson County, NJ) – After reviewing surveillance footage from the areas surrounding the location where Ayako Okabe, age 30, was struck and killed in a hit & run accident, Hudson County
Despite critism of Mayor Fulop, Jersey City BOE stands firm on limiting public comment. Residents at the Jersey City board of education meeting Thursday spoke out about the recent resolution passed to limit public speaking, as well as the tape recording of such comments by the public.
(Hudson County, NJ) – After notifying the Japanese Consulates Office, Hudson County Sheriff Frank X. Schillari released the identity of the victim in last evening’s hit & run accident that resulted in a fatality. “Ayako Okabe, age 30 of Magnolia Avenue in Jersey City, was struck w
This morning, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop apologized for the delayed snow removal via his Facebook page. As Hudson County TV reported on Monday, Ward C Councilman Rich Boggiano did not believe the city was prepared for last week’s nor’easter.
Councilman Rich Boggiano: Jersey City wasn’t prepared for Thursday’s nor’easter. While Mayor Steve Fulop’s office blamed the matter on the salt shortage throughout the northeast, Ward C Councilman Rich Boggiano cited lack of preparedness by the city as the true
The Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders issued a press release this afternoon stating that tonight’s scheduled meeting is still on, despite the nor’easter. Jersey City, NJ – Freeholder Chairman Jose C. Munoz has maintained the position of holding tonight’s Free
Mayor Fulop: PATH station closure highlights ‘historically strained relationship’ with the Port Authority. Jersey City Mayor Fulop spoke with Hudson County TV regarding the repairs on the city’s Exchange Place PATH Station, which travels to the World Trade Center. Th