Lights! Cameras! Legislate!
Memorial students film documentary on assemblyman
by Art Schwartz
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Instead of working in the classroom one day last month, eight students from Memorial High School in West New York headed to the State House in Trenton to witness a voting session, discuss legislati...
School board election set for April 23
Four candidates are running for three seats
by Art Schwartz
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The Secaucus Board of Education has nine members in total, each serving a three-year term. Every year three of those terms expire. This year the terms are ending for board members Joseph Lewis, Dor...
Cole Porter musical presented in Weehawken
‘Anything Goes’ features dancing and classic popular standards
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The Annual School Musical Theater Production this year, Cole Porter’s classic musical “Anything Goes,” was performed April 4 and 5 in the Weehawken High School Auditorium. Students produced the sho...
Human anatomy: horrifying and intriguing
Middle school kids learn unusual facts about the body
by Al Sullivan
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Dorota Haragova of Hoboken and her classmates from Jersey City – Kyra Turner, Laiba Khan, and Malaika Syed – gave a collective shudder during their presentation on lymphatic system during the one-d...
TALIAFERRO, WILLIAM
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A funeral service was performed April 5 at Zion Baptist Church, Jersey City, for William Taliaferro of Jersey City. He passed away March 29 in Jersey City. He was the husband of the late Renee Tali...
Saint Peter's Prep Honor Roll - West New York Residents
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James C. DeAngelo, ’85, Principal of Saint Peter’s Prep in Jersey City, has announced that the following West New York residents have attained honor roll status for the second marking period of 201...
In the immortal words of Charlie Shortt, "This is Weehawken"
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Dear Editor: Many families are hurting in this town. Our families matter just as much to us, as yours do to you. I love this town and all the good it has done and produced. Yet, there remains plent...
Where there is smoke there is fire
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Dear Editor: It is often said that Hudson County Politics is a full contact blood sport that shows no mercy and takes no prisoners. Rarely we are surprised by allegations of political vendettas, tr...
‘A tremendous heart’
Beloved special needs advocate ‘Miss Netta’ Meltzer dies
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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“She had a tremendous heart,” said Jackie Elwood of her friend and mentor Netta Meltzer. “She never wanted to see a family or a kid hurt by anything. She would go out of her way to make sure a chil...
‘These stories belong to Hoboken’
Local author to discuss new book at Museum event Sunday
by Dean DeChiaro
Reporter staff writer
Apr 13, 2014 | 1 1 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend
Everyone knows that Hoboken is the birthplace of Frank Sinatra and baseball. But what about Blind Tom, the former slave who rose to international notoriety as a pianist and died in Hoboken in 1908?...