Neighborhood News: Taphaus Expands to Hoboken, Liberty Humane’s First Fundraiser of 2017

**One of the waterfront’s best food and beer haunts is expanding its horizons. Taphaus Jersey City recently opened its first bar/restaurant in Hoboken at 800 Jackson Street, just off the 9th Street Light Rail Station. The location will be BYOB until Thursday, January 12. —Taphaus Hoboken

**The Liberty Humane Society is holding its first fundraiser of the year today at Louise and Jerry’s Tavern at 329 Washington Street in Hoboken. A suggested donation of $5 at the door will go to support the care of local homeless animals. —LHS

**Marketplace JC — a pop-up market held inside the Harborside Atrium — will now be a permanent staple at Harborside. You can find the market every Tuesday from 11am to 3pm. —Marketplace JC

**Eleven Jersey City police officers have been placed on restricted duty amid a federal criminal investigation, reports NBC. (NJ.com reports the number as 12). The officers were allegedly running their own private security service and demanding cash payments from construction firms to avoid city rules and administrative fees. —NBC

**After weeks of disagreement, the Port Authority has come up with a $32 billion, 10-year capital plan that will provide funding for a new bus terminal, upgrades to JFK/LaGuardia, and a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River.—Crain’s