In the News: Stabbing on Monmouth Street, Ribbon-Cutting for 110 First Street

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**A 57-year old man was stabbed early Saturday morning at the Barge Inn on Monmouth and Third street in the village section of downtown Jersey City. The victim, who allegedly knew his assailant, is currently in critical condition at the Jersey City Medical Center. —NJ.com

**The Green Villain’s “Demolition Exhibition” gets a nice shout out in the Wall Street Journal. According to the WSJ, developers paid the Green Villain $7,500 for the exhibition, although most of the money was used to cover supplies. Since then, 100 graffiti artists have painted 30,000 square feet of art, both inside and outside the building. —WSJ

**Want to kick off Liberty State Park’s 4th of July fireworks show? Donate $20 (or more) to the Special Olympics New Jersey and you’ll be eligible to win the opportunity to take the stage and start the fireworks display in New Jersey. —Jersey City Freedom & Fireworks via NJ.com

**The 35-story luxury apartment building called “The One” celebrated its official ribbon-cutting ceremony (pictured above) this past weekend. Located on 110 First Street in the Powerhouse Arts District, the building features 439 luxury rental units. —NJ.com

**Members of the Jersey City Peace Movement gathered outside Journal Square Plaza on Sunday to burn the Confederate and Nazi flags. —NJ.com

**A New Jersey grandmother celebrated 50 years working as a toll collector at the Holland Tunnel this past weekend. 71-year old Elizabeth Branch, whose salary plus overtime added up to $94,953 in 2014, says she has no plans to retire. —NJ.com