KRUK, JOSEPH T.
Aug 24, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
Funeral services were held Aug. 15 for Joseph T. Kruk, 83, of Jersey City. He died Aug. 12 at Newton Medical Center. Born in Jersey City, Mr. Kruk was a lifelong resident of Jersey City. He was a c...
North Bergen’s hippest performance space
Callaghan is most recent act to play the public library
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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The small underground club was bathed in red light as the British cult performer played to an enthusiastic audience. No, it wasn’t some hip dive bar in Brooklyn or the Lower East Side, it was a dow...
From police beat to music beat
Union City cop starts music production business
by Eileen Budd
Reporter Correspondent
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Basketball and music kept Carlos Pina out of trouble when he was a kid growing up in the projects of Union City. He and his friends would rap in English and Spanish fusion, an art form that wasn’t ...
Gambling in the Meadowlands?
‘Vision plan’ proposes four casinos and more
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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“This plan’s intention is to restore the Meadowlands complex as the number one multi-venue sports destination in the world,” said Ron Simoncini, president of Axiom Communications. The occasion was ...
‘The application of knowledge’
School superintendent Sanger retires after 41 years as an educator
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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When Stanley Sanger took over as Union City’s superintendent of schools in July of 2003, he inherited one of the state’s worst performing districts. When he retired this summer, he left behind one ...
Grammy winner Lisa Fischer headlines
Closing concert of free Summer Concerts on Hudson is Aug. 27
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Summer Concerts on the Hudson 2014 will present its season closer on Wednesday, Aug. 27 at 7 p.m. with Grammy winner Lisa Fischer in her New Jersey debut with her band Grand Baton. Fischer has work...
Oops! Schools shouldn’t have laid off aides
Interim superintendent introduced at board meeting
by Carlo Davis
Reporter staff writer
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Summer reading wasn’t just for students this year – the Hoboken Board of Education has had its own assignments to catch up on. After trimming kindergarten teacher’s aides due to an ever tightening ...
A saintly tradition
La Festa Italiana holds its festival
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Not all of the pre-recorded music that came out the speakers at La Festa Italiana were Frank Sinatra songs, but so many were that he might have been considered among the saints being honored. The L...
MAGENHEIMER, DEBORAH J.
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Funeral services were held Aug. 18 for Deborah J. Magenheimer, 62, of Guttenberg. She passed away Aug. 14. Deborah was born in Union City and was a homemaker. She was a committeewoman and a member ...
Plan introduced for separate $14M City Hall annex
Councilman Yun disagrees with Fulop administration on lease-purchase deal
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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  The City Council has introduced an ordinance that would authorize a 25-year agreement with a developer who will build a new $14 million City Hall annex on Martin Luther King Drive. The annex, in ...