CRANGA, JAMES J. VICARIO
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A mass of Christian burial was celebrated May 31 at St. Patrick Catholic Church, Carlisle Pa., for James J. Vicario Cranga, 89, of Jersey City. He passed away May 22. He was born in Jersey City and...
Remembering fallen heroes
Jersey City plays tribute to veterans on Memorial Day
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Growing up in downtown Jersey City in the 1950s and 1960s made Tom Murphy and his friends feel like they were tough. “I grew up in Hamilton Park,” he told the Memorial Day gathering at Harsimus Cem...
‘Working to build a pedestrian-friendly city’
Council to confirm Fulop order to expand Newark Avenue Plaza
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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If you loved the Newark Avenue pedestrian plaza that was established three years ago, you’ll love the new and improved version. Not only is the plaza expected to be expanded by two blocks to Jersey...
D’ANGELO, ROBERT
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A mass of Christian burial was celebrated May 30 at Holy Rosary Church in Edgewater for Robert “Chick” D’Angelo, 79, of North Bergen. He passed away May 25 in Saddle River. Robert was born in Jerse...
Council swears in two new officers, upgrades three
Adopts $56 million budget for 2018; tax rate remains stable
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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The mayor and Town Council swore in two new probationary police officers to the Secaucus Police Department at their May 22 meeting. They also promoted three officers to higher positions. According ...
A romp on the White House lawn
Local students meet the president and sport stars
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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When Angelo Valente, executive director of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, got a call from the White House in late May, he didn’t quite believe it at first. “They asked if we wanted to ...
Lisa McCormick wants your vote
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Dear Editor: Had I not put my name on the ballot, New Jersey Democrats would literally have no choice in the primary election for US Senate. I believe the incumbent senator will either lose to me o...
SCOREBOARD
The makings of a dynasty
Prep wins fourth Hudson County baseball title in last six years
by Jim Hague
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Right before the current high school baseball season was about to begin, amidst the ridiculously cold weather and the even more absurd snow storms, the St. Peter’s Prep baseball team, anticipating ...
FAVUZZI, ONOFRIO
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A mass of Christian burial was offered May 26 at St. Francis RC Church, Hoboken, for Onofrio Favuzzi, 94. He passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on Wednesday, May 23. Born in Mo...
The stranding of commuters
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Dear Editor: It has now become more of a reality that some of the 30,000 commuters that rely on NY Waterway to ferry them to and from New York may have to find an alternate route to work come June ...