Next step in post office redevelopment plan
Council also hears presentation on Southwest traffic improvements
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
Apr 08, 2017 | 8 8 comments | 78 78 recommendations | email to a friend
A redevelopment plan for the Hoboken Post Office property on lower River Street was introduced by the Hoboken City Council on Wednesday and will now go to the Planning Board for recommendations bef...
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Hoboken terminal suffers overcrowding in wake of Penn Station derailment Hoboken Terminal has been very overcrowded the last few days, as passengers leaving New Jersey Transit trains pushed through...
'Photographers Unknown' exhibit features phone photography; reception in Hoboken
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HOBOKEN -- How do Hudson County residents capture the flow of life around them if something picturesque happens in an instant and they don't have a camera handy? By grabbing for their phones. In a ...
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Matt Piscopo, a freshman at County Prep High School in Jersey City and aspiring Eagle Scout, is collaborating with Mayor James Davis to install thousands of veteran photographs at City Hall in a pr...
Hoboken World War I centennial commemoration postponed
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HOBOKEN -- Due to the forecast of heavy rain, the county & city moved the Hoboken WWI Centennial Commemoration to Wednesday, April 26, at noon. The ceremony will take place at the WWI memorial boul...
West New York remembers men whose bodies were pulled from Hudson River
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WEST NEW YORK -- Two lifeless men found in the Hudson River Tuesday are being remembered in West New York, where they grew up, according to NJ.com. At 8 a.m. April 4, Hoboken and Weehawken’s police...
Hoboken terminal suffers from overcrowding in wake of Penn Station derailment
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HOBOKEN -- Hoboken Terminal has seen overcrowding the last few days as passengers leaving New Jersey Transit trains pushed through crowds to make their way to PATH trains, buses, and ferries to Man...
Three Hoboken Easter egg hunts this Saturday
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HOBOKEN -- Hoboken Grace will host its seventh annual free Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 8 at Mama Johnson Field, Fourth and Jackson streets, in Hoboken. The largest Easter egg hunt in Hoboken...
Coach Hurley's thoughts on St. Anthony High School closing at end of school year
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JERSEY CITY – St. Anthony High School, a fixture in downtown Jersey City since 1952 and known nationally for having the premier basketball program in the nation, will close at the end of the curren...
Ten percent of future tax abatement revenues to go to schools
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JERSEY CITY – Mayor Steven M. Fulop announced Wednesday that he signed an executive order that will dedicate 10 percent of the revenue from future property tax abatements to the Jersey City public ...