Fond retirement farewell for Weehawken five
Township manager Marchetti, long-time principal Olivieri and schools chief McLellan retire
by Jim Hague
Reporter correspondent
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When administrators in a town or a school retire, they finally get their much needed free time, but the move also causes sadness for the students and community and a challenge for the district or t...
Green patrol
Secaucus PD receives gift of electric vehicle
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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The Town of Secaucus just acquired another green vehicle. Joining the police fleet is a T3 Patroller, a three-wheeled electric standup vehicle (ESV) designed to enhance patrols and increase respons...
Traffic stop nets alleged unregistered sex offender
Also: Police question mom on DUI with child in tow
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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He was tripped up by a faulty tail light on his vehicle. A Hoboken resident who police say has a history as a sex offender was arrested for failing to register his whereabouts for the past four yea...
‘She has magic fingers’
Sight-impaired city worker reads to children
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Beatrice Oliveti had come to the Albio Sires School on March 31 as part of the West New York program for Read Across America when the young boy came up to her. He wore dark glasses and carried a ca...
Can Hudson Catholic be better than state championship team?
Coach Vasquez seems to think Hawks can soar more
by Jim Hague
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It was a dream season for the Hudson Catholic baseball team last spring, a 20-7 campaign culminating in the NJSIAA Non-Public B state championship on the very same day that the seniors graduated. I...
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A funeral mass was celebrated March 28 at Our Lady of Fatima Church, North Bergen, for Patricia Mary Suter, 81, of North Bergen, formerly of Guttenberg. She passed away March 25. She was the wife o...
Bruins gear up for another exciting softball season
April Fool’s Day is a foolish starting date; NJIT’s great run in CIT
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It’s another softball season for Tom Eagleson. It’s an event he has been enjoying for more than 30 springs as the head coach at North Bergen and the longest standing coach, either for baseball or s...
The Joe Noyes Crew
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Dear Editor: On September 15th 1943 an American B-17 bomber with ten airmen on board failed to return home from a mission. One of them was a 2LT Frank A. Roth, from Union City, NJ. He was serving o...
Hillside Club hosts open house April 11
One-Day-Only Leasing Specials Provide Enhanced Value
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To celebrate the grand opening of The Hillside Club, the new-construction rental community now leasing in Livingston, interested renters are invited to join developer BNE Real Estate Group for a ce...
Hudson Theatre Ensemble presents ‘Almost, Maine’
Romantic comedy by John Cariani opens April 10
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Hudson Theatre Ensemble of Hoboken will present John Cariani’s “Almost, Maine,” a collection of vignettes about ordinary people in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine falling in and out of l...