first_imgJERSEY CITY — The smashing of the front window of a Jones Street office of the Hudson Pride Connections Center on March 20 is being investigated as a possible “bias incident,” local officials said.While no one was hurt, the incident has increased the tension many people feel in the community. Hudson Pride provides a number of key services to the LGBTQ community, including physical and psychological assistance. The center operates on the second floor of a building just south of the Journal Square campus for Hudson Community College, and the transportation PATH and bus hub.Police responded to the site at about 10:40 a.m. on the report of a broken window and were met by the deputy director.The alarm company altered the center-of-motion activity on the front porch prior to the arrival of staff, who discovered the window bashed in.Nothing was stolen. ×last_img

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