A walk to remember
Jersey City cops host 5k walk for fallen officers
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Many people may not realize that 140 police officers were killed in the line of duty nationwide in 2016. But for Police Detective Ed Dolan, that’s a statistic he can’t forget. So in order to pay tr...
LYONS, RENEE
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A mass of Christian burial was celebrated Feb. 14 at St. Paul of the Cross Church for Renee Lyons, 87. She passed away Friday, Feb. 10. A lifelong resident of Jersey City, Renee was the penultimate...
Too many Americans face losing access to health care
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Dear Editor: Far too many Americans with disabilities are facing a future with the prospect of losing access to health care. Access to comprehensive, affordable health care coverage can make or bre...
Making Hoboken bars safer
New program trains employees to prevent sexual assault
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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Meika Roberson, resident and chief medical officer of Hoboken University Medical Center, saw a local need for sexual assault training, particularly in this city of young bar patrons. “I thought, ‘W...
Class trip provides firsthand lessons
High school students visit Avora condominium construction site
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A brand new elective course, Principles of Engineering Design, became available to juniors and seniors at Weehawken High School this year, and its 29 students are already gaining some real world en...
Union City becomes a sanctuary city
Commissioners vote for designation
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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Union City has become the second municipality in Hudson County (after Jersey City) to designate itself a sanctuary city in the wake of Donald Trump’s executive order pressuring municipalities to re...
All the world’s a stage
Theater leader takes inspiration from Weehawken
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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Chase Leyner of Weehawken has run a children’s theater in Hoboken for many years, and takes inspiration from the local area. “I think it’s a nice central hub for all of my students and staff,” said...
The U.S.A. is not a fascist country
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Dear Editor: Before and after President Trump became our president, in some segments of the country I saw media images of some protesters with signs likening President Trump to Hitler or that our n...
TASTY TIDBITS
MLB Network’s Reynolds reminisces about baseball cards
Memorial’s Martinez reaches 1,000-point mark; state playoff pairings; top fives
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At a recent Topps Baseball Cards event at the MLB Network’s headquarters in Secaucus, analyst/talk show host Harold Reynolds reflected back to the first time he ever saw his own baseball card when ...
District obligated to pay legal fees in ethics violation
Also at meeting: Hall of Fame coach, students of month recognized
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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The Board of Education is obligated to pay the legal expenses of its members facing ethics charges and civil litigation, according to board attorney Vito Gagliardi. The board members and members of...