Preliminary application for Hoboken’s affordable housing due today, May 8
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HOBOKEN--The deadline to submit applications for for the affordable housing waiting list for new rental units regulated by the city is today, May 8. Members of the public can submit a preliminary a...
Did you miss these stories over the weekend?
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The Hoboken City Council met Wednesday, May 3 to discuss improvements to Newark Street, near the city’s southern border. In the end, they voted to introduce the plan and will need to adopt it at a ...
Health and wellness fair on May 13
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There will be a health and wellness fair on May 13, 2017 at the Dr. Lena Edwards Academic Charter School at 509 Bramhall Ave. (corner of Ocean & Bramhall), in Jersey City, N.J. The hours are from 1...
'Hate speech' video of man saying 'go back to your country' in Hoboken goes viral
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HOBOKEN -- A video of an angry man ranting on Hoboken's Washington Street and apparently telling immigrants to "go back to your country" received more than 90,000 hits over the weekend, not to ment...
Anti-bullying film to be screened in Hoboken
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HOBOKEN --My Way Productions and The Hoboken Historical Museum will screen “Breaking The Silence,” a short antibulying docu-fiction film by Frank Gigante, on Thursday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. The film ...
More powerful than heroin
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Dear Editor: Those with loved ones who are using opiates or heroin have a new risk. Drug dealers across the United States have begun to mix drugs with an extremely powerful and dangerous drug known...
Changes introduced for Newark Street
Council also takes step toward train station marketplace
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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The Hoboken City Council met Wednesday, May 3 to discuss improvements to Newark Street, near the city’s southern border. In the end, they voted to introduce the plan and will need to adopt it at a ...
A living laboratory
Students tour the landscape at Reservoir No. 3
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Jennifer Fuehrer, an eighth grade student from P.S. 28, led her small troop over dirt with exposed tree roots, through a field of waving phragmites, and over a metal bridge she and other students h...
Learning at the top
Substitute principals for a day get a glimpse into how the schools work
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Jersey City schools have a lot to brag about: new facilities, new programs, and some of the best schools in the state. But most people don’t know what its administrators and teachers do day to day,...
FITZGERALD, RITA
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Private services have been held for Rita Fitzgerald, 73, of Jersey City. She died peacefully April 28. Rita was born in Jersey City and lived there her whole life. She was a factory worker for Gene...