This year, Cinderella is from Jersey City.
The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, funded by Medicare and Medicaid, has quietly succeeded in enabling some older Americans to age in place.
Sean Caddle, whose clients have included prominent New Jersey Democrats, pleaded guilty in a scheme that led to a fatal stabbing.
At Torico Ice Cream in Jersey City, N.J., the Berrios family has been serving scoops of their signature flavor since 1970.
A deathbed statement by a man who claimed to bury the Teamster boss’ body in a steel drum brought agents to the site for an inspection.
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
The improbable tale of how a unique instrument went missing in 1982 and ended up in a pawnshop a few miles from where it was lost.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio still faces two lawsuits based on the allegations, which date to his time as a young priest in Jersey City.
A large, contaminated tract of Liberty State Park in New Jersey will be cleaned and cleared for trails, sports fields and wetlands.
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
Out: the Metro and the Seine. In: the PATH and the Hudson. The Pompidou Center plans to open its first North American satellite museum in a renovated industrial building.
The New Jersey high school teacher, Howard Zlotkin, has been suspended with pay after appearing to target Black students in an online class.
Luis Sierra, 63, of Ozone Park, was arrested this week in the killing of Evelyn Colon, a Jersey City 15-year-old whose dismembered remains were found along a riverbank in Pennsylvania, the authorities said.
Summer vacations led to fall lockdowns. How did the world’s richest club of nations let it happen again?
Hundreds of trees will be planted in a grove at the new Skyway Park — one for every resident of Jersey City who has died of the virus.
New York and Jersey City opened or upgraded several skate parks just as the pandemic put a premium on outdoor space.
Hoboken and Jersey City, often nicknamed the “sixth boroughs” of New York City, have their residents back full time.
Lee Sims in Jersey City made it through the shutdown thanks to ingenuity and customer loyalty. It’s back just in time for the busiest season.
I wanted my 6-year-old to see people standing up for our rights. I felt safe because in our city, the cops are women of color, like his grandma.
The Anti-Defamation League reported more than 2,100 anti-Semitic incidents in the United States, a 12 percent jump and the most in any year since it began tracking them four decades ago.