Main Jersey City Library to close for four days
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JERSEY CITY – The main branch of Jersey City Free Public Library, 472 Jersey Avenue, will be closed from Friday, May 15 until Tuesday, May 19. This is part of ongoing renovations to the building. “...
Free child car seat check and installation this Saturday at Jersey City Target
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Jersey City Medical Center, a Barnabas Health facility, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will host a free car seat check and installation on Saturday, May 9 from 10 am to 2 pm...
Rep. Pascrell holds ‘Small Business Walk’ in Secaucus
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SECAUCUS – In recognition of Small Business Week, U.S. Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. visited nine businesses in downtown Secaucus on Tuesday, May 5, speaking with owners and providing information ...
Climb aboard a police boat on Boating Safety Day, May 9
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MEADOWLANDS – Join the New Jersey State Police Marine Division at the NJSEA’s River Barge Park in Carlstadt for presentations on boating safety, and climb aboard a State Police Patrol Boat. This fr...
Sires pushes to bring fugitives to justice after they escape to other countries
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HUDSON COUNTY -- On May 4, Rep Albio Sires (NJ-8) joined U.S. Rep Chris Smith (NJ-4th) in a bi-partisan effort to mark the 42nd anniversary of the brutal murder of New Jersey State Trooper Werner F...
DALY, DONALD F. SR.
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A funeral mass was celebrated May 5 at St. Nicholas Church, Jersey City, for Donald F. Daly, Sr., 85, a lifelong resident of Jersey City. He passed away peacefully after a brief illness on May 1 at...
Hoboken school board files new motion to freeze HoLa charter school expansion; would block 7th grade next year
May 06, 2015 | 1 1 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend
HOBOKEN—In a legal motion filed last week, the Hoboken Board of Education has sought to temporarily block the addition of a seventh grade class at a local charter school while its larger lawsuit ch...
Former Jersey City police chief files suit against Mayor Fulop and Chief Shea; claims he was asked to cover up officials' DUI's
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JERSEY CITY -- Former Jersey City Police Chief Robert Cowan, who resigned in 2014 after the city restructured the Public Safety Department, filed a lawsuit this week against Jersey City Mayor Steve...
In Tune with June!
by June Sturz
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I’m just wild about Harry – and I’m not referring to the 1921 song. I do have in mind a singer, pianist, composer, arranger, actor, and, here’s the best clue – he’s a music competition judge. OK, s...
Deczynski leads Stop & Shop past Perrucci in Little League baseball game
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Brad Deczynski struck out 11 batters while only allowing one run in five innings to record the 5-2 victory for Stop & Shop (4-0) over Perrucci (0-4). Julian Perez pitched the sixth inning to secure...