NJ motorists answer the call to “Just Drive”
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Dear Editor: April is recognized as Distracted Driving Awareness Month and I wanted to publicly thank New Jersey citizens, our lawmakers, and law enforcement officers for coming together to help co...
County budget rises to $529M
Weehawken, Union City, Jersey City, Hoboken will likely see tax increases
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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A new county budget introduced on April 12 will probably increase the county tax portion of the property taxes paid by residents in Union City, Weehawken, Jersey City, and Hoboken. Explaining that ...
Glad you are here
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Dear Editor: Thank you to the Weehawken Volunteer Ambulance Corps. The EMT's/paramedics arrived quickly, and were very polite and efficient. We support this organization every year with a donation....
NJ motorists answer the call to “Just Drive”
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Dear Editor: April is recognized as Distracted Driving Awareness Month and I wanted to publicly thank New Jersey citizens, our lawmakers, and law enforcement officers for coming together to help co...
Bank Hires New Branch Manager
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Freedom Bank, headquartered in Maywood, recently announced the hire of new assistant vice president/branch manager, Maria Moreano of Jersey City, to its Guttenberg branch. Moreano has more than 10 ...
Taking the lead
Hoboken man is named president of the NYC Council of Boy Scouts
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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While he can’t remember how to tie some of the knots he could as a kid, and doesn’t camp out the way he used to when he was a young Boy Scout, Richard Mason of Hoboken still retains some of the bas...
VANISHING JCM
Trolley Tracks Then and Now
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“The old trolley tracks going from Hoboken to Jersey City were some 400 feet high,” Paul writes. “I believe the old photo was taken on 13th Street between Monmouth and Coles. The stanchions holding...
WNY mailman gets special award
Drove one million delivery miles without an accident
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With more than three decades of mail delivery experience in West New York, letter carrier Joseph Piazza was recognized at a special ceremony at the Main Post Office on Jan. 26 for passing a signifi...
Fido photographer
Local lensman helps find homes for animals rescued from hoarder
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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When animal control officers and other law enforcement personnel rescued more than 50 abandoned dogs and cats from the filthy residence of an alleged animal hoarder in North Bergen earlier this yea...
A fracking letter to the editor
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Dear Editor: On May 14, lots of area residents will board buses in Teaneck and Wayne, NJ to attend a historic global climate action – BreakFree Albany, 2016! In the Northeast, we’ll descend on Alba...