Again on set to co-host with John Heinis of Hudson County View.
A New Jersey optician has fundraised just over $50,000 in the past four years and has dispersed the funds to cancer charities such as Fight Colorectal Cancer. The post originally appeared on Hudson County View.
For the second time in six month, the Weehawken American Legion Post 18 in New Jersey hosted a naturalization ceremony with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to welcome 22 new citizens from 14 different countries.
The West New York Public Schools District will be partnering with HBO and LPZ Cinetech, a film and media arts education institute that teaches students the art and craft of film making and connects them to the film industry. Fifteen students were selected and they’ll receive guidance and feedback on their project as they work on it during the school year. The original video segment first appeared on Hudson County View.
In less than two weeks, Jersey City residents will vote on whether to impose restrictions on short-term rentals in the city. The report initially appeared on Hudson County View.
After reporting in the field all week, I join John Heinis, publisher of Hudson County View, at the Hudson Media Group’s studios to discuss happenings in Hudson County.
Nathan Talyor is a Jersey City-based artist and Airbnb host, who relies on renting his apartment to Airbnb guests to make ends meet. Jersey City voters will have an opportunity to vote on a referendum on November 5 on whether they want regulations on Airbnb short-term rentals. The following video segment first appeared on Hudson County View.
I joined John Heinis of Hudson County View in the Hudson Media Group studios to discuss how Airbnb hosts are trying to ensure that short-term rentals aren’t curtailed in Jersey City.
The Hudson County SWAT Team conducts an active shooter drill in an elementary school. The video first appeared on Hudson County View.
In 2017, several Jersey City police officers were caught stealing time while claiming on time sheets that they were posted on off-duty security details. The city responded by scaling back the program, but the union representing the officers say the lack of off-duty security details is causing financial hardship, especially for younger members of the force.