AARP Commends Governor Christie on advancing telemedicine
Oct 15, 2017 | 0 0 comments | 38 38 recommendations | email to a friend
Dear Editor: AARP applauds Governor Chris Christie for enacting into law S291/A1464, bi-partisan legislation authorizing health care providers in New Jersey to deliver health care services through ...
Enlivening Ourselves
by Dr. Sallie Norquist
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Dear Dr. Norquist: I am having trouble with my relationship with my sister, and I’m hoping you can give some advice about it. I have two brothers and two sisters but one of them, my youngest, I’ve ...
A pedestrian problem
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Dear Editor: The common sense taught to me as a little girl has kept me safe from physical harm all my life. “Safety First” as the saying goes but these days it is more like “Safety Last” as in the...
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Secaucus’ Andrews has breakthrough game in crucial win
by Jim Hague
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For the past two seasons, Raequan Andrews was a linebacker/running back for the Secaucus High School football team, with more of his emphasis on the defensive side of the ball. “He’s been playing b...
Bayonne mayoral race kicks off
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The long anticipated announcement that Jason O’Donnell will run for mayor of Bayonne came last week. O’Donnell, a former assemblyman in the 31st District and one-time public safety director in Bayo...
The NFL has enjoyed taxpayer subsidies
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Dear Editor: All passed by Congress when new sports stadiums are constructed in local, county, and state locations across the nation; and I'm talking about many billions of dollars at the people's ...
Will Hoboken become a sanctuary city, or a 'welcoming city'?
Oct 13, 2017 | 7 7 comments | 74 74 recommendations | email to a friend
HOBOKEN -- One of the city's six mayoral candidates said in a debate at the Hoboken Reporter office last week that he may "codify" rules to help protect immigrants in town. But what exactly did tha...
Jersey City Art & Studio Tour to be held Oct. 14-15
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JERSEY CITY -- On Oct. 14 and 15, more than 200 art events will take place across the city. The 27th Annual Jersey City Art & Studio Tour (JCAST), which is sponsored by Jersey City’s Department of ...
North Bergen to hold food truck festival Oct. 14.
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NORTH BERGEN -- A food truck festival is coming to North Bergen Saturday, Oct. 14., the town has announced. Food vendors to participate include Aumm Aumm, The Corn Guy, Dark Side of the Moo, French...
McLAUGHLIN, JAMES ALOYSIUS, JR.
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A mass of Christian burial took place Oct. 12 at St. Aloysius Church, Jersey City, for James Aloysius McLaughlin, Jr., 80, of Jersey City and Spring Lake Heights. He passed away Oct. 8. A graduate ...