Police Beat
Compiled by Marilyn Baer
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Police need help in sexual assault investigation On Sunday June 4, at approximately 1 a.m., police officers were dispatched to the area of Second and Madison streets on a report of an assault. The ...
The Hoboken Public Library Foundation
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Dear Editor: We would like to thank all of our sponsors, donors and supporters for making the 2016 Foundation Annual Appeal one of our best fundraising years ever! The mission of the Foundation is ...
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Funeral mass took place June 10 at St. John the Baptist Church, Jersey City, for Lucille Klein, 87, of Toms River, formerly of Jersey City. She passed away June 5. Lucille was born and raised in Je...
Local track stars honored at annual awards dinner
Sad, senseless death of former Prep grid star Griffin
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Elson Smajlaj knew that he had a solid and strong North Bergen girls’ outdoor track and field team this spring. “I knew that this team was going to be good,” said Smajlaj (pronounced as SMILEY ). “...
50 years since the Summer of Love
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Dear Editor: This summer marks the 50th anniversary of the “Summer of Love.” From an historical perspective, the “Summer of Love” wasn’t very “lovely.” Global civil unrest, racial tensions in the U...
Bitcoin is here
Currency, capital, or ransom?
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Bitcoin is catching on. Not only are some small businesses in Hudson County accepting the crypto currency, hackers are demanding ransom in it, and residents are investing in it like capital. Bitcoi...
Big issues on council agenda
Votes to protect small businesses, debates affordable housing, and discusses climate change
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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In a rare sign of independence, last Wednesday the City Council rejected a move by Mayor Steven Fulop to repeal an ordinance that helped protect mom-and-pop stores in downtown Jersey City. Although...
Secaucus goes to the dogs
Hundreds of pooches interact at expo
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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Braille, an Australian shepherd, is blind and deaf, but that didn’t stop him from playing the piano a week ago Friday at the World Dog Expo, held in Secaucus through Sunday. Braille was among hundr...
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Annual Green Fair notches over 2,000 attendees North Bergen officials have declared the fourth annual Summer Green and Health Fair an overwhelming success, with more than 2,700 residents and guests...
Osborne bows out of Ward E race
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In a move that surprised nobody, Jersey City Ward E Council member Candice Osborne says she will not seek a second term, clearing the way for a heavy political battle to represent the wealthiest pa...