Enlivening Ourselves
by Dr. Sallie Norquist
May 20, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 51 51 recommendations | email to a friend
Dear Dr. Norquist: Could you give me some advice about how to improve my sleep? I've always been a light sleeper – but lately it’s been worse than ever. I know part of it is stress. I worry a lot a...
Weed on weed
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Dear editor: Re: Will City Go To Pot, Hoboken Reporter, April 22. Our state, along with others, is wrestling with the problem of whether or not to "legalize" pot. The solution is simple. All NJ has...
HUDSON COUNTY CONSORTIUM LAUNCHED – The Hudson County Consortium for Business Growth and Development has been newly formed by five county organizations dedicated to building the capacity of local area businesses. The consortium’s first initiative is the launch of spring educational programs that include classes in basic financial management, accounting fundamentals, QuickBooks, and Excel for business and finance professionals. Spring classes began in March and continue through June and are open to the public. Information about class offerings, dates and locations, as well as how to register is available at <a href = "https://www.hudsonedc.org/training/">https://www.hudsonedc.org/training/</a>. Pictured from left are Hudson County Office of Business Opportunity Director Rafael Mata, Hudson County Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Maria Nieves, Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise, Hudson County Community College Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Eric Friedman, Small Business Development Center at New Jersey City University Regional Director Gail Marquis, and Hudson County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Michelle Richardson.
HUDSON COUNTY CONSORTIUM LAUNCHED – The Hudson County Consortium for Business Growth and Development has been newly formed by five county organizations dedicated to building the capacity of local area businesses. The consortium’s first initiative is the launch of spring educational programs that include classes in basic financial management, accounting fundamentals, QuickBooks, and Excel for business and finance professionals. Spring classes began in March and continue through June and are open to the public. Information about class offerings, dates and locations, as well as how to register is available at https://www.hudsonedc.org/training/. Pictured from left are Hudson County Office of Business Opportunity Director Rafael Mata, Hudson County Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Maria Nieves, Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise, Hudson County Community College Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Eric Friedman, Small Business Development Center at New Jersey City University Regional Director Gail Marquis, and Hudson County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Michelle Richardson.
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JERSEY CITY BRIEFS
May 20, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 47 47 recommendations | email to a friend
Sex toys will be legal in Jersey City On Wednesday, May 23, the Jersey City Council will vote on an ordinance that repeals and replaces the chapter of the Municipal Code that deals with the distrib...
Let’s try to save the Humanities
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Dear Editor: In case you’ve been on another planet for the past decade, the hottest buzzword in education circles today is “STEM” – an acronym for science, technology, engineering, and math. STEM h...
WILKE, JAMES
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A funeral mass was held on May 14 at Immaculate Conception Church, Secaucus, for James Wilke, 73, of Secaucus. He passed away May 10. Born in Jersey City, he was a retired security guard for the No...
Hoboken hires city engineer and head of Office of Constituent Affairs
May 18, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 76 76 recommendations | email to a friend
Mayor Ravi Bhalla has hired resident Caroline Caulfield as the head of the Office of Constituent Affairs and Kimberli Craft as the city engineer. Both positions are full time. Caulfield will earn $...
West New York mayor lends support to longtime Sacco adversary
May 17, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 148 148 recommendations | email to a friend
WEST NEW YORK – Mayor Felix Roque lent his support to Larry Wainstein during a speech at a Wainstein event at a local restaurant last Saturday. Wainstein is a perennial adversary of Mayor Nicholas ...
NY Waterway to hold spring celebration at Port Imperial Ferry Terminal
May 16, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 166 166 recommendations | email to a friend
WEEHAWKEN -- NY Waterway ferry customers can get into the spring spirit next week,with a special celebration. The celebration will take place at the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal on May 23, from 4 t...
Secaucus Recreation to hold first annual football camp
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SECAUCUS -- The Secaucus Recreation Department will hold its first annual recreational football camp next month. The camp will run on June 16 and 23,, from 9-11 a.m. each day. It will be located at...
NY Waterway to hold spring celebration at Port Imperial Ferry Terminal
May 16, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 165 165 recommendations | email to a friend
WEEHAWKEN – NY Waterway ferry customers can get into the spring spirit next week with a special celebration. The celebration will take place at the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal on May 23 from 4 to ...