Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic Through Resilience and Impact

Join Jersey City Medical Center (JCMC) this World AIDS Day for an opportunity to:

  • Unite in the fight against HIV
  • Show support for people living with HIV
  • Learn about services available at JCMC for people living with HIV

Guest Speaker: Adriana Grigoriu, MD, Medical Director for Center for Comprehensive Care & Chief of Infectious Disease, JCMC

This is a FREE virtual event.

Login at: https://bit.ly/JCMCWORLDAIDSDAY

For more information, please contact Tina Harvey at 201-204-0004 x 1004

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  1. Tina Harvey
  2. 201-204-0004 x 1004
Tue, December 01
4:00 pm — 5:00 pm
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Join Jersey City Medical Center (JCMC) this World AIDS Day for an opportunity to:

Unite in the fight against HIV
Show support for people living with HIV
Learn about services available at JCMC for people living with HIV

Guest Speaker: Adriana Grigoriu, MD, Medical Director for Center for Comprehensive Care & Chief of Infectious Disease, JCMC

This is a FREE virtual ...

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Dr. Katharine Croce Joins Felician University’s School of Education

“I’m just so blessed to have been given a chance to come here,” Dr. Katharine Croce, Felician University’s newest addition to the School of Education, said. “It felt like home, like where I was meant to be,” the new Assistant Professor added.

Dr. Croce comes to Felician after having served as the Director of the ASERT (Autism Services, Education, Resources ...

Felician University Interim President Joins Council on Racism

Felician University Interim President James Crawford, III has been named a member of the new Advisory Council on Racism for the Catholic Diocese of Arlington by Bishop Michael F. Burbidge.

In this role President Crawford will join Black clergy and lay men and women who will advise Bishop Burbidge on issues related to race. Council members bring with them a wide range of expertise from ...

Hudson County Officials Tout Vaccination Efforts to Date

January 15, 2021

HUDSON COUNTY, NJ - The Hudson County Vaccine Distribution Center began administering COVID- 19 vaccinations to seniors and residents with underlying health conditions Friday, according to Hudson County officials. 

Since opening last month the Center, overseen by County Executive Tom DeGise’s Vaccine Task Force, and operated by the Hudson Regional Health Commission, has now ...

Hudson County Sheriff's Office Promotes Six

HUDSON COUNTY, NJ - In an event that did not get its due attention last week, the Hudson County Sheriff’s Department’s promoted six people to supervisor positions.

Although the department frequently holds public promotion ceremonies for new recruits and operations officers, promotional ceremonies for those in the Department's Security Department are rare, even when ...

Remembering Hudson County Political Power Player Bernard Hartnett, Jr.

HUDSON COUNTY, NJ - During his career, Bernard Hartnett, Jr. was often in the middle of the biggest political battles in Hudson County.

And, while if you believe the old adage that powerful people like him don’t die, they just fade away, his death at 91 last week marks the end of a turbulent political era -- a symbol of the modern, sophisticated politics we see in the ...

Eye of the Needle: Mukherji Proposes Legislation Allowing Optometrists to Administer COVID Vaccine

January 14, 2021

JERSEY CITY, NJ - With sights set on rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible, one local legislator has a visionary plan to deliver doses to New Jersey residents.

Assemblyman Raj Mukherji (D-Hudson) has sponsored a bill that would permit optometrists to administer vaccines. With the state calling on qualified health care professionals to assist in its effort to vaccinate New ...

Movin' Out: New Jersey Tops List of States with 70% Outbound Moves

NEW JERSEY – United Van Lines has released the company’s 44th Annual National Migration Study, revealing in 2020, Americans continued to move westbound and southbound – and the COVID-19 pandemic factored into and accelerated many of those decisions to move.

According to the study, which tracks the company’s exclusive data for customers’ 2020 ...

Bill Sponsor 'Disappointed' in Murphy Veto of Legislation to Expand Outdoor Dining

TRENTON, NJ – Senator Nellie Pou (D-Paterson) is “disappointed”, she said, with Governor Phil Murphy’s veto of legislation she sponsored that would have expanded opportunities for restaurants, bars, and breweries to extend outdoor services areas to include covered and uncovered patios, decks, yards, walkways, and parking lots for both food and alcohol consumption.

The ...

Hoboken’s Luxury Rental 7 Seventy House Ended 2020 on a High Note

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Hoboken’s 7 Seventy House ended 2020 on a high note, drawing near the notable mark of 90% leased, according to developer Bijou Properties and partner Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation.

The 14-story ultra-luxe building proved itself resilient to the unique challenges of 2020 by offering the exact kind of upscale apartments, world-class amenities and abundance of outdoor spaces that ...

TAPinto.net Readership Jumps More Than 70%, Advertising Revenue Increased Nearly 17% in 2020

TAPinto.net, a network of more than 85 franchised hyperlocal online news sites, today announced spectacular growth in readership, up by more than 70% in 2020 over the previous year, and an advertising revenue increase of nearly 17% at a time when other media struggled. TAPinto.net added a dozen online news sites during the year and is on target to reach its 100th franchise in ...

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There is no disputing the legacy of 2020. This will be forever remembered as the year the coronavirus changed everything. COVID-19 has touched millions of lives, many of them tragically, and its impacts on our world will be felt long after the virus has been brought under control.

The pandemic’s impact on PSEG has been monumental, providing all of us with an opportunity to learn a great ...

Evaluating COVID's Impact on Home Sales in Hoboken & Jersey City

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Yes, we have lost a number of residents to other areas—our urban environment lends itself to a certain amount of transition. A lot of people tend to have a 3- to 5-year plan ...