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. ( 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