Novel Night returns for fifth volume
Dinner parties in residents’ homes center on literary themes
by Carlo Davis
Reporter staff writer
Sep 28, 2014 | 1 1 comments | 20 20 recommendations | email to a friend
When restaurateur Joyce Flinn decided to host a dinner at Schnackenberg’s Luncheonette for the upcoming fifth addition of the Hoboken Public Library’s Novel Night, she wanted to pick a 1930s-era no...
Two is better than one
Arts & music festival, road race add to fun in Union City
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
Sep 28, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
The confluence of two Union City events – a festival and a 5K run – on Sept. 20 provided for a day of art, music, athletics, philanthropy, and just plain fun. The annual Washington Park Live! Arts ...
NISLER, MAUREEN
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A funeral mass was celebrated Sept. 22 at the Church of Our Lady of Grace, Hoboken, for Maureen Nisler, 78, a lifelong Hoboken resident. She passed away Sept. 19 at Hoboken University Medical Cente...
RUIZ, DEVIN JON
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A funeral service was observed Sept. 20 at Saint Paul of the Cross Church, Jersey City, for Devin Jon Ruiz, 21, of Belleville, formerly of Jersey City. He passed away Sept. 15. Born in Jersey City,...
Water’s Edge riverfront rental community has grand opening
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Water’s Edge at Harrison, the luxury waterfront rental community in an emerging commuter-friendly neighborhood in Harrison, recently grand opened for lease with October occupancy available, officia...
An app that saves lives
Phone application could bring fast help to people suffering cardiac arrest
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
Sep 28, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend
A new free phone application called Pulse Point that alerts people trained in CPR that someone nearby might be suffering a cardiac arrest may have already saved someone’s life – less than one day a...
SCOREBOARD
Dickinson soccer team enjoys amazing resurgence
by Jim Hague
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When Miguel Perez played soccer at Dickinson in 2003, there was a sense of pride and dignity in the school’s boys’ soccer squad. So after Perez graduated, went on to college and then aspired to be ...
Reporter on Vacation
Take a photo with your newspaper and send it in!
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If you’re going on vacation or just hanging out locally, take a photo with any Reporter newspaper, including the Bayonne Community News , and send it to us! We’d love to print it and show your neig...
Poor kids CAN learn
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Dear Editor: Ruth Tyroler stated that impoverished children do not test as well as more well-off children and that statement is so disheartening to hear from someone in a leadership role within our...
Lawsuit settled
Former tax assessor said mayor overstepped bounds
by Carlo Davis
Reporter staff writer
Sep 28, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend
Weehawken taxpayers will have to pay $120,000 for a legal settlement with the town’s former tax collector, Joseph Fredericks. The township’s agreement with Fredericks closed the book on a federal l...