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A funeral mass was offered Sept. 5 at the Madonna Church on the Hill, Ft. Lee, for Judith M. Seliga, 71, of North Bergen. She died Sept. 2. She was raised in Jersey City and had lived in North Berg...
Hoboken government and its sea of red tape
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Dear Editor: What a delicious irony – Tiffanie Fisher, the chief “no!” voter on the Zoning Board, writing a letter to the editor in praise of soon to be departed reporter Carlo Davis last week, whi...
Braddock Park hosts music, arts, music, sports, more
Farmers market closes for season; sports and vet park soon to open
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
Sep 06, 2015 | 1 1 comments | 38 38 recommendations | email to a friend
Experiment successful. The first farmers market came to James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park this year for a trial run, and the public embraced it heartily. The season ended on Sunday, Aug. 1...
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Dear Editor: Ninety-five years after American women won the vote, 167 years after women began fighting for it; in a country where women earn 22 percent less than men, where women are stereotyped an...
Bishop of the people
Donato remembered as humble man who helped all
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
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Bishop Gaetano “Thomas” Donato, a Jersey City native and the regional bishop of Hudson County, is being remembered as a gentle, soulful man, who helped all, reaching out far beyond his Roman Cathol...
Trinkets and treasures
Town-wide garage sale rife with bargains and collectibles
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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Shoes seemed to be a running theme, in a manner of speaking, at the most recent town-wide garage sale in Secaucus, held on Saturday, Aug. 29. “I sold a lot of girls’ shoes,” said Erin Quinones on P...
Officials ask for more light rail stops
Federal transit administrator takes tour of train system
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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“One quarter mile,” County Executive Tom DeGise told Marilyn Shazor, the regional administrator the Federal Transit Administration (and a Secaucus resident), during a countywide tour of the Hudson ...
Slam dunk!
1980-1990s Hudson County athlete leaves lasting imprint in basketball circles
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
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Little did John Giraldo know that an athletic career Jersey City, Guttenberg, West New York, and Bayonne would one day lead to Springfield, Mass. and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. ...
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Funeral services have been held for Clara (D’Elia) Syracuse, 94, a lifelong Hoboken resident. She passed away Aug. 27 at home. A devoted housewife and mother, Clara was a parishioner of St. Francis...
Weehawken looks to return to winning ways
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The Weehawken High School football program is coming off a second consecutive 4-6 season. In years gone by, that mark would have been enough for a celebration in Weehawken, but as Zach Naszimento e...