Jersey City housing developers have chance to honor historic church’s past lives | Legends & Landmarks

Editor’s note: This is the first article in “Hope in Preservation,” a special Jersey Journal series about centuries-old buildings that are currently being adaptively reused in considerate and creative ways and which stand as symbols of hope for historic preservation in Jersey City and Hudson County — an area increasingly […]

Vaccinating smokers put too many people on line with seniors; Active rec in Liberty State Park mustn’t harm restoration; Topsy-turvy world in Jersey City politics | Letters

State must rethink vax plan I have read with great interest the opinion piece in The Jersey Journal (“Vaccine rollout a massive failure for seniors”; Jan. 29) and agree with everything written in the article. It was spot on, as were the letters by senior citizens relating the problems in securing […]

Kooper Peacock helps seal Jersey Shore’s PIAA Class AAAA quarterfinal win against Crestwood | News, Sports, Jobs

MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette Jersey Shore’s Branden Wheary dives against Crestwood during Friday’s PIAA Class AAAA quarterfinal game. The Bulldogs won, 26-14, to advance to the state semifinals for the second consecutive season. CRESTWOOD — Seconds after intercepting his second pass, Kooper Peacock raised his right arm and held the football high […]

Holding Big Oil accountable; Protect Liberty State Park; Jersey City council got housing ordinance right | Letters

Momentum rising against Big Oil Ed Potosnak is right (“More NJ cities should follow Hoboken’s lead, sue Big Oil”). ExxonMobil and other Big Oil companies deserve to be held accountable for misleading the public for decades about the climate change damages they knew their products would cause. However, he understated […]