Man killed, three women wounded, in Van Wagenen Avenue shooting
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JERSEY CITY – Shaheer Parson, 35, of Jersey City, was killed, and three women were wounded as a result of an early morning shooting on Sept. 11. In a release, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez...
Free resource fair for Hudson County residents affected by Superstorm Sandy
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HUDSON REPORTER -- There will be a Hudson County Housing Resource Fair for residents that were affected by Superstorm Sandy on Thursday, Sept. 15. Residents can meet and discuss support with housin...
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A mass of Christian burial was held Sept. 6 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church, Three Bridges, for Gerald Albanese, 75, of Neshanic Station N.J. He died Sept. 1 at home with his famil...
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Funeral Services were held Sept. 8 for Michael Alfonso, 50, of Secaucus. He passed away Sept. 1 in Jupiter, Fla. Michael was born in Jersey City to the late Dominick and Helen (Carman) Alfonso. Pre...
Hold on there
JC residents form committee to oppose election date change
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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With implications that could affect next year’s Jersey City mayoral election, a group of residents has formed a committee, “Keep Jersey City Elections Local,” opposing the upcoming November referen...
Traffic changes approved; liquor license law change introduced
Hoboken City Council reviews zoning for bars, and signage rules
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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The Hoboken City Council, at their first meeting of the month on Wednesday, discussed several issues that will impact residents directly, including changes to traffic flow for the southwestern part...
Independence Day…in September!
Residents enjoy twice-delayed swimming, food, fireworks
by Samantha Meyers
Reporter Staff Writer
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After officials twice had to cancel the town’s annual July 4th celebration due to rain, residents finally got to have their party at the pool with fireworks, food, and live entertainment on Friday,...
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Funeral mass was celebrated Sept. 7 at Immaculate Conception Church in Secaucus for Norine M. Bassford, 86. She peacefully passed away Aug. 31 at Hackensack Medical Center. Norine was born in Union...
The little print shop that could
92-year-old Hoboken business moves on, adapts to modern tech
by Caren Matzner
Reporter Editor
Sep 11, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 72 72 recommendations | email to a friend
Commuters headed toward the Hoboken train station often stop to admire the collection of industrial artifacts in the window of Terminal Printing, the 92-year-old business on River Street two blocks...
A festival of life
Berry Lane Park shows off African culture
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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With temperatures reaching near 90 degrees, residents of Ward F and other parts of Jersey City came to Berry Lane Park for the annual African Cultural Arts Festival on Aug. 27. The festival is spon...