Hoboken tells its students: PLEASE don't dress up like a clown!
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HOBOKEN -- In recent months, a series of bizarre incidents has occurred nationwide in which people have dressed up as "scary clowns" either to frighten children or worse, to commit criminal acts. A...
Arts district proposed for Journal Square
Long time property owner seeks art zone designation for proposed development
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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An ordinance that would allow zoning changes to enable construction on a two-acre site behind the Historic Landmark Loews was adopted by the City Council at its Oct. 26 meeting, although questions ...
City of Hoboken settles with developer
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In exchange for developing less on waterfront, company can develop more on Monroe Street
In praise of the Hoboken school system
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Dear Editor: My daughter is in first grade after attending pre-K 3, pre-K 4, and kindergarten programs at Joseph F. Brandt School. All of her teachers have been compassionate and attentive to her n...
An open letter to the City Council and mayor from Parents United
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Dear Editor: Parents United, the campaign for enriching, efficient, and effective education for all of Hoboken’s children would like to extend an open hand and welcome you to talk with us about Hob...
We support the Forward Together slate
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Dear Editor: With Election Day approaching, this is a reminder to our neighbors that there is a great deal at stake in the upcoming Hoboken school board election that affects not only parents of ch...
North Bergen High School will split in two
Tenth thru 12th grades will move in 2019; other schools reconfigured
by Samantha Meyers
Reporter Staff Writer
Oct 30, 2016 | 1 1 comments | 58 58 recommendations | email to a friend
Then tenth through 12th grades at North Bergen High School will be moved to the former county high school campus on 85th Street in 2019, after the city completes an estimated $15 to $20 million pur...
There’s a place here for young politicos
Democrat and Republican groups slug it out in informal event
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Billed as a forum about the issues, the Oct. 17 debate between the Hudson County Young Republicans and Young Democrats was raucous and fun, more like a social meetup than a political event, althoug...
From Spider-Man to Eazy-E
Local residents have it all sewn up for Halloween
by Rory Pasquariello
Reporter staff writer
Oct 30, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 91 91 recommendations | email to a friend
Casey T., a fourth grader in Weehawken, wants to be Captain America, while Roger P., an elementary school student in Union City, wants to be a clown. Sebastian, Roger’s younger brother, said he pla...
Ghosts, goblins, and…Trump?
Hoboken’s kids (little and big) prepare for Halloween parade festivities
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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Despite the traditional Ragamuffin Halloween parade in Hoboken each year, the holiday isn’t just for kids anymore -- as evidenced by the number of families who decorate their houses from top to bot...