Students honored for drug awareness posters
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WEEHAWKEN – The Weehawken Town Council and Mayor Richard F. Turner presented proclamations to two students at their meeting on Oct. 26. Each year, the Weehawken Elks hold a Drug Awareness Poster an...
Traditions and treats
People come from around the state for longstanding parade
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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Hobokenites and out-of-towners marched in the time-honored tradition of the Ragamuffin Parade on Monday afternoon for Halloween. The parade marched down the main drag, Washington Street, and stoppe...
We are Parents United
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Dear Editor: Parents United (3-6-5), is the energized and committed group of Hoboken community leaders who want a child focused and results oriented agenda for Hoboken’s children. We are dedicated ...
Forward Together with proven leaders
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Dear Editor: Strong public schools = a strong community. The Hoboken Public Schools are getting stronger every day. Amazing things are happening. Progress and renewed pride can be seen everywhere: ...
My son’s Brandt pre-K experience has been wonderful
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Dear Editor: I have a son who is in the Kindergarten program at Joseph F. Brandt School and a daughter that will be entering the program next year. Since he started the Pre-K program there we have ...
Residents speak out against settlement with developers
More open space on waterfront would mean more units on west side
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
Nov 06, 2016 | 1 1 comments | 92 92 recommendations | email to a friend
Even though the Hoboken City Council postponed Wednesday’s vote on a proposed legal settlement between the city and a major developer in town, more than 20 residents came to the meeting to speak ou...
Support Forward Together for school board
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Dear Editor: One of the important factors that has us excited about the current and future directions of the Hoboken Public Schools is our dynamic superintendent, Dr. Christine Johnson. With her at...
Lyles contract renewal upheld
Court rejects efforts to reverse superintendent contract
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
Nov 06, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 83 83 recommendations | email to a friend
Less than one week before an election that could shift the balance of power on the Board of Education, an administrative law judge has denied a move to rescind last December’s contract renewal for ...
The Parents United vision will keep families in Hoboken
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Dear Editor: My husband and I have lived in Hoboken for a few years. We were drawn to Hoboken because of its close proximity and easy access to New York City. We have found Hoboken to be a perfect ...
When resiliency hurts…
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Dear Editor: After Hurricane Sandy, “resiliency” (policy changes intended to reduce the impacts of flooding) became central to all of Hoboken’s legislative decisions. Building code changes requirin...