Welcome to our special Hudson County Progress issue
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Hudson County’s location and amenities are attracting thousands of new residents, not to mention new hotels, parks, train stations, and restaurants. This annual special “Hudson County Progress” edi...
$90M project on once-polluted land
Site transformed into hub for public works, police
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Still struggling to resolve the remainder of an environmental cleanup on a 17-acre site on East Linden Avenue, Jersey City expects to open a new municipal operations center there in June. In 2010, ...
City Hall needs forward-moving management
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Dear Editor: Even though we’ve hopefully seen the last of this winter’s snow, it’s still heartening to see our mayor throw us a bone and speak of a “new approach” to snow removal. Of course given t...
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A funeral mass was offered March 15 at St. Vincent’s Church for Tessie Thorning, 98. She passed away March 11. Tessie was born in Scranton, Pa., and grew up in the Ukraine. She returned to the Unit...
Trash troubles
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Dear Editor: The new, state-of-the-art (I suppose) trash receptacles on Washington St., called Big Belly, should be returned to the seller and Hoboken should get its money back. To put your trash i...
The boom is back
Residential projects rising again from Bayonne to JC to West New York
by Dean DeChiaro
Reporter staff writer
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At the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce’s annual business awards in November, local real estate agent Michael Klein of Liberty Realty said the area had bounced back pretty quickly after a major weather ...
New hotels, office buildings, and a data center
Commercial development thrives from the waterfront to the meadows
by Dean DeChiaro
Reporter staff writer
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With the influx of commuters and young families moving across the Hudson River from New York City, residential development is booming. But what about commercial development? There are several big h...
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A mass of Christian burial took place March 17 at St. Nicholas Church for Lillian Voza, 89. She passed away March 13. A lifelong resident of Jersey City, Lillian was employed at Western Electric be...
Kosovo 1999
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Dear Editor: March 23, 2014 marks the fifteenth anniversary of the war in Kosovo. Eight years prior to that, was an endless stream of atrocities from that part of the world. The systematic rape and...
Loss in Non-Public B finale still stings for Hurley, Friars
by Jim Hague
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The unthinkable took place in the NJSIAA Non-Public B state title game for the Friars of St. Anthony. Just two days after defeating neighboring rival Hudson Catholic, 59-50, in the Non-Public B Nor...