Jessie Gomez, North Jersey News

Jessie Gomez

North Jersey News

Hardyston, NJ, United States

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Past articles by Jessie:

Roe v. Wade protests and celebrations: Where people are gathering in New Jersey

Here's a list of gatherings, both celebrating and condemning the decision planned for today and this weekend. → Read More

Once the 'Pittsburgh of New Jersey', is Dover ready for a comeback as it turns 300?

Dover was once at the center of the iron mining industry. What does the future hold for this 300-year-old community? → Read More

Rutherford to host first PRIDEFest LGBTQ+ festival next month

The inaugural event coming in June is hosted by the Rutherford Pride Alliance and Rutherford Arts Council. → Read More

Garfield man shut his business amid pandemic. Now at age 66, he's graduating from college

Despite a pandemic, the end of his longtime business and the number of years since he was last in school, Philip Sanzari persevered to start something new. → Read More

American Dream reports nearly $60 million in losses in 2021

American Dream, the 3 million-square-foot retail giant and amusement center, drew in roughly $305 million in sales in 2021. → Read More

Mall safety is the 'number one priority' in North Jersey. How officials keep shoppers safe

Do you know what to do if you're in a mall and there is an active shooter? Security experts weigh in after American Dream mall shooting. → Read More

American Dream's new 'Dream Wheel' is open, and we got a chance to ride it

The massive 300 ft. observation wheel is now open to take guests on a 30-minute ride with views of the NYC skyline. → Read More

Englewood Cliffs GOP council member is latest in spate of resignations

Ramon Ferro's departure is the latest after a slew of resignations last year that involved borough officials and hired professionals. → Read More

Englewood Cliffs mayor says he'll work with Biden administration to welcome Ukrainians

Englewood Cliffs became the latest municipality to show its support for incoming refugees. → Read More

Morristown will accept cannabis business applications until April 13

Town officials will award licenses for two marijuana businesses to operate in downtown. → Read More

More sleep coming for Chatham students thanks to later start times next year

Schools will start later in the morning after district officials analyzed the impacts an early start to the school day has on high schoolers. → Read More

Randolph BOE deals with new controversy amid Rosh Hashana holiday cutback outcry

Emotions ran high at the meeting after board members announced Superintendent Jennifer Fano would take a "short term leave of absence." → Read More

NJ awards $1.3 million in grants to plant trees in urban areas. See the list

The state awarded 38 grants as part of Gov. Phil Murphy’s environmental justice initiatives in vulnerable neighborhoods. → Read More

Randolph BOE member failed to report $45,000 payments, prompts state hearing

By law, school officials must file a financial disclosure statement with the School Ethics Commission every year. → Read More

Morristown rejects airport's request for federal funds, requests a meeting

During Tuesday night's town meeting, council members unanimously opposed Morristown Airport's request for Federal grant funding. → Read More

More than 200 Morris County businesses apply for COVID relief help

On Feb. 14, businesses became eligible to apply for the Morris County small business grant program online. → Read More

Fair Share Housing lawsuit over NY Red Bulls training site in Morris Twp. moves forward

Fair Share Housing Center is asking the court to order Morris Township to recalculate its housing obligation based on the newly available land. → Read More

Morris County Sheriff seeks suspect involved in gas station safe robbery

A safe containing $30,000 to $40,000 was stolen from Morris Plains Liberty Gas & Convenience last week. → Read More

Randolph school district cuts Rosh Hashanah days off, community to protest changes

The cut was made last November after a survey sent to parents asked whether Randolph should keep the second day of Rosh Hashana as a day off. → Read More

Former Parsippany Mayor Frank Priore dies at 73

Former Parsippany Mayor Frank Priore, who served from 1982 to 1994, died suddenly on Monday at age 73. → Read More