Gusty rain predicted for Monday afternoon to evening; small craft advisory issued
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HUDSON COUNTY -- Hello, Hudson County! The weather will get cool again this week, with some drenching rains late on Monday due to the remnants of Tropical Storm Karen. After that, temperatures will...
Who’s looking out for your kids this November?
Competing slates vie for three open school board seats
by Dean DeChiaro
Reporter staff writer
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In addition to the mayoralty and three seats on the Hoboken City Council, three slots on the city’s nine-member elected Board of Education will be up for grabs this November. Two slates of three ca...
Better schools now
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Dear Editor: The independents school board candidates, Brian Murray, Vanessa Falco, and Patricia Waiters, have joined to together as the Better Schools Now ticket. As parents who work and live in t...
Reaching out to help
Township, church, citizens group lend support to Kennedy Blvd fire victims
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
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North Bergen officials were still coordinating relief and relocation efforts at the end of the week for the victims of a five-alarm blaze on Saturday evening, Sept. 28, at 9201 Kennedy Blvd. All of...
Books and bright smiles
Secaucus mini-fair raises $10,000 for library
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
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Clear skies and a cast of dozens translated into a successful Friends of the Secaucus Public Library 16th Annual Mini-Fair/Used Book Sale on Sept. 21, raising more than $10,000 to benefit library p...
VFW halls reopen
Group to hold flea market, fundraiser, other events
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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After a seven-year rest, the Weehawken Veterans of Foreign Wars hall is back in business. Located at 309 Park Ave., just down the street from the Town Hall and near the entrance to the Lincoln Tunn...
Fulop’s first 100 days in office
New mayor wins support from some skeptics; others remain unconvinced
by E. Assata Wright
Reporter staff writer
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Jerramiah Healy was still the mayor of Jersey City when a member of his administration, Budget Director and Assistant Business Administrator Robert Kakoleski, stood before the City Council and anno...
Hoboken’s hospital, then and now
Medical center overcomes obstacles to celebrate 150th anniversary
by Dean DeChiaro
Reporter staff writer
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On the morning that the doctors, volunteers, healthcare professionals and friends of Hoboken University Medical Center (HUMC) were to celebrate the hospital’s 150th anniversary, Dr. Angelo Caprio, ...
Tiny apartments
Could Hudson County’s first micro-unit development be a sign of things to come?
by E. Assata Wright
Reporter staff writer
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Like many Baby Boomers with college-age and young adult kids, Michael Rushman and his business partner Don Dillon had been through the parental ritual of moving their children from one cramped stud...
Going for the Gridiron Glory
Liberty Science Center exhibit details the science of football
by E. Assata Wright
Reporter staff writer
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Every football fan has had that feeling. Your favorite team is behind a couple touchdowns. The clock is running out and every little point, even a field goal, matters. Your team has good field posi...