Main Menu | Hudson County Facts | Jersey City Stories | Jersey City Politics | New Jersey Mafia | E-mail This Page

City of Jersey City

What's News

Highlights

November 6, 1996

Jersey City Housing Code Enforcement Takes The Chill Out of Winter

August 7, 1996

Jersey City Defends Its Right To Erect Holiday Display

June 26, 1996

Jersey City To Host Its Inaugural American Day Parade

June 25, 1996

Downtown Warehouse District To Become A Live And Work Space For Jersey City Artists

March 29, 1996

Jersey City To Sign Contract With United Water

March 1, 1996

203k Loans Help Refurbish Vacant Properties

February 5, 1996

Jersey City Offers Free Movies to Seniors

Schundler for Governor 2005 Web Site

Bret Schundler Media Archive

Schundler for Governor 2001 Campaign Archive

Documents from the Office of Jersey City Mayor Bret Schundler

Hudson County Facts  by Anthony Olszewski
Hudson County, New Jersey is a place of many firsts - including genocide and slavery.
Political corruption is a tradition here.
First issue in a series by Anthony Olszewski
Click HERE to find out more.

Advertiser and Distributor
Inquiries Welcome

Second Thief, Best Thief - The Tunnel Bar by Anthony Olszewski  Stories from a Jersey City Tavern

GRAVE ROBBER Jersey City Computer Repair
297 Griffith Street, Jersey City, NJ - In the Heights just off of Kennedy Blvd. - Very close to Journal Square and Union City, just five minutes away from Hoboken, Downtown Jersey City, Newport, and the Waterfront - Tech support for The Jersey City Mayor's Office suring the administration of Bret Schundler - PC repair - upgrade, hardware install, software install, data recovery, spyware removal, virus removal, replace hard drive

Jersey City Garden Post Card (196 Ogden Ave., original, not mailed) – $5.00
Mail your check to Anthony Olszewski, 297 Griffith Steet, Jersey City, N.J., 07307
To pay by PayPal, e-mail aolsz@bellatlantic.net

The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and The Central Railroad Terminal
Visit Liberty State Park!

Questions? Need more information?

About the images at the Jersey City History Web Site