Water service fully restored to Hoboken; southern streets reopened
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HOBOKEN -- There was more to be thankful for in Hoboken as of Sunday night. The city sent out this announcement: "Water service has been fully restored to the entire city of Hoboken, and roads in s...
Authors James Kaplan, Pete Hamill, and Will Friedwald to discuss Frank Sinatra in Hoboken
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HOBOKEN – With Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday on Dec. 12 fast approaching, the Hoboken Historical Museum and Little City Books will kick off the celebration early with an author talk from James Kap...
First Women in Leadership Empowerment Forum was a success!
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Dear Editor: Thursday November 19, 2015 was an amazing day! The Hoboken Board of Education in conjunction with the AAUW held the first Women in Leadership Empowerment Forum at Hoboken High School. ...
Township sponsors feast
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Weehawken’s annual Senior Thanksgiving Party took place Nov. 14 at 525 Gregory Ave. Sponsored by Mayor Richard Turner and his staff, the luncheon party a DJ and dance music, and turkey with all the...
The Hudson School's Class of 2015 begins attending college
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The Hudson School in Hoboken N.J. celebrated the graduation of the 2015 class of twenty-four seniors in the Bissinger Room overlooking the Hudson at Stevens Institute. Mrs. Newman, Hudson’s founder...
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A funeral mass was offered Nov. 24 at Our Lady of Grace R.C. Church, Hoboken, for James J. Cowan, 97, of Hoboken. He passed away peacefully on Nov. 21. He was born in Jersey City to the late James ...
Two water mains flood Hoboken – What’s next?
Council president says city may review contract with SUEZ
by Steven Rodas
Reporter Staff Writer
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After last Sunday’s massive water main break left most of Hoboken without water, residents and businesses – who are used to problems with the city’s century-old infrastructure – made do with what t...
Election move stalled
City Council tables vote on ordinance shifting municipal elections
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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As expected, during a long meeting on Nov. 24, the City Council tabled an ordinance that would move municipal elections from May to November. The ordinance was due for a public hearing, but the cou...
21,000 free turkeys distributed in Union City
Still time to donate or get help for upcoming holidays
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s time to look ahead to the holidays and be thankful for what you have. Each town usually collects food for the needy, as do many churches, so if you are hungry or...
Saint Peter's Prep Academic Awards - Hoboken residents
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James C. DeAngelo, '85, principal of Saint Peter's Preparatory School in Jersey City, announced that students were awarded Honor Pins for the school year 2014-2015 as well as Gold and Silver medals...