Dancing with the stars?
Local anti-Trump advocate gets bit part in Spielberg film
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Perhaps fate played a hand in helping Tracey Everett, a local dance instructor with a history of working on Broadway, get a bit part as a dancer in the new Steven Spielberg film, “The Post.” The fi...
Re: Sexual aggression at the workplace
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Dear Editor: The outing in Hollywood of producers, directors, actors by survivors of this alleged sexual misconduct is freeing to all people who are and were subject to it. The survivors weren't ca...
Police Beat
Comprised by Marilyn Baer
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Resident surrenders after brawl at local eatery On Monday, Jan. 1 at 7:02 a.m., officers arrested Hoboken resident Marc Filoramo, 34, for aggravated assault. Police responded to a report of a fight...
Who let the dogs out?
Police, volunteers rescue three abandoned pooches over New Year’s weekend
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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Three Rottweiler mix puppies are safe after North Bergen police, animal control, and volunteers rescued the unattended brood in a trucking company lot over the holiday weekend, officials say. The t...
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A memorial service was held Jan. 5 for Henry C. Padley, 75 of Secaucus. He passed away Jan. 1 at the Hackensack University Medical Center. Born in Jersey City to the late Gregory and Pauline Podlep...
My lovely launderette, how you will be missed!!
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Dear Editor: I knew this day was coming. On Dec. 31, 2017, the Bloomfield Launderette closed after 38 years. I have been going there for over 30 years. This is a painful change for me, being only o...
Lincoln’s Darby works hard to develop basketball skills
by Jim Hague
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It was weeks before the current girls’ high school basketball season was set to tip off, but veteran Lincoln head girls’ coach Tom Best knew exactly what lied ahead for his Lady Lions team. Best kn...
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A mass of Christian burial was offered Jan. 11 at St. Aedan’s, The Saint Peter’s University Church, Jersey City, for Jersey City Police Lieutenant Christopher Robateau, 49, of Carteret, formerly of...
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McGill named new JC fire chief Mayor Steven M. Fulop and Public Safety Director James Shea announced on Jan. 11 that Steven McGill is the new chief of the Jersey City Fire Department. “Chief McGill...
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City Council to look into marijuana legislation City Council President Ruben Ramos Jr. said in an interview last week that he and the council will begin to discuss possible local legislation in reg...