In the News: Gull’s Cove Residents Fight Developer, Club Transmission Opening in Powerhouse District

**Residents at the 16-story Gull’s Cove development are battling their developer who they claim has failed to make needed repairs at the complex. —

**The Jersey Journal has published a series of vintage photos of Journal Square dating as far back as 1875. —

**Port Authority cops have charged a New York resident with driving around downtown Jersey City with an unlicensed 12-gauge shotgun. —

**Jersey City has partnered with New Jersey City University for “Sounds of Summer Concerts,” a series of four free concerts to be held throughout the city. Kicking things off will be¬†NYCity Slickers (pictured above), a bluegrass band that’s scheduled to play this Thursday, June 25th outside City Hall Plaza at 6pm. —

**City officials have voted to make ghost bikes — small and somber memorials for bicyclists who are killed on the street — into permanent memorials throughout Jersey City. —JCI

**Club Transmission — a 5,000 sq. ft. lounge, bar, and performance space — is rumored to open in the Powerhouse Arts District (150 Bay Street to be exact) before the end of the month. —Club Transmission

**Films in Van Vorst presents a free showing of “Paddington” Wednesday, June 24th at 8.30pm at Van Vorst Park. —Films in Van Vorst