West New York Native Joalissa Diaz Wins Academic Prize
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Wesleyan University student Joalissa Diaz of West New York (formerly of Episcopal High School) was recognized this spring with the Susan Frazer Prize. It is awarded annually to the student (or stud...
Hoboken, WNY, and Secaucus students named to Dean's List
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Alexa Colangelo of Hoboken was among more than 1,600 students who were named to The University of Scranton's Dean's List for the 2017 spring semester. The Dean's List recognizes students for academ...
Lieutenant Lara promoted
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Pictures at the recent promoted police officers of the West New York Police Department is Lieutenant Sammy Lara and hi family. Lara was promoted from Sergeant to Lieutenant.
Second inmate dies at Hudson County Correctional Facility
County committee will focus on health and civil rights of all prisoners
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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A 48-year-old woman, sentenced in Weehawken Municipal Court to 180 days, died at the Hudson County Correctional Center on July 14 as the result of a yet-undisclosed cause. James Kennelly, spokesper...
BARTULOVICH, JOAN
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A funeral mass was offered July 17 at Our Lady of Fatima Church for Joan Bartulovich, 77, of North Bergen. She passed away July 13. She was the wife of the late Edward Bartulovich; mother of Michae...
DYJECZYNSKI, EDWARD
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A mass of Christian burial was celebrated July 15 at St. Martha’s RC Church in Point Pleasant for Edward Dyjeczynski, known as “Ocean Eddie”, 82, of Wall Township, formerly of Bayonne and Jersey Ci...
Italian street artist selected for St. Peter’s mural
Jersey City Artist Advisory Board pushes ahead with aggressive mural program
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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The Jersey City Public Arts Advisory Board at its July 18 meeting gave the go-ahead to a mural by an Italian street artist at St. Peter’s University, the latest in a number of large mural projects ...
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10-year-old Hoboken girl produces newspaper
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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On the second floor at a round table in the Hoboken Public Library, Mariacarla Bettocchi, a 10-year-old student at The Mustard Seed School on Willow Avenue, sits beaming at the latest edition of he...
Dancing on ice
Weehawken High’s figure-skater trains her eye on becoming a coach
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Dakota Rogers-Myers, a Weehawken High School Class of 2017 graduate, has a unique career goal: to become a figure-skating coach. She couldn’t be more qualified. As a figure skating prodigy who, at ...
Bits, bytes, and the arts
Non-profits teach computers, creative works to teens and adults in housing projects
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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The Hoboken Housing Authority has partnered with local non-profits and with City Hall to teach adults about computer coding, and to teach teens about artistic expression and the environment. An org...