I ask for your support
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Dear Editor: I would like to introduce myself as a candidate for the Hoboken Board of Education in the upcoming November election. I am proud to be running as part of the Kids First slate along wit...
Miani for Hoboken's future
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Dear Editor: My name is Laura Miani and I am a Candidate for Council at Large on the Vision for Hoboken Slate. I am a married mother of two. I have 25 years experience on Wall Street, mostly as an ...
Introducing Jim Doyle
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Dear Editor: My name is Jim Doyle, and I am running for City Council with incumbent councilmen Ravi Bhalla and Dave Mello on Mayor Zimmer’s slate. I am writing to introduce myself and ask for your ...
Under populated zoning board
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Dear Editor: To paraphrase Jim Carville: The City Council election is about the Zoning Board, stupid! The Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) decides whether or not giant buildings get built in Hoboke...
Parking, politics, and a really cute dog
Hoboken mayoral candidates clash in Hudson Reporter debate
by Dean DeChiaro
Reporter staff writer
Oct 13, 2013 | 8 8 comments | 133 133 recommendations | email to a friend
The three candidates to be the next mayor of Hoboken discussed a handful of the issues facing the city, as well as the nature of the city’s political atmosphere, at a debate hosted by The Hudson Re...
CZERCHONIAK, JOHN
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John Czerchoniak of Jersey City died at his home on Friday, Oct. 4, at the age of 86. He was born in Leszczeny, Poland. He worked for many years as the manager of the Lemko Association in Cleveland...
Ravi’s ethical problems show Zimmer hypocrisy
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Dear Editor: The positional ethics displayed by Dawn Zimmer’s group of pseudo-reformers has always been a marvel. As if a Delphic Precon Minority Report was ignored, everyone associated with my goo...
School renamed for Albio Sires
Honors area congressman and former mayor
by Art Schwartz
Reporter correspondent
Oct 13, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 101 101 recommendations | email to a friend
Albio Sires has come full circle. Raised in West New York as the son of immigrants who fled Cuba in 1962, learning the language and culture as he attended Public School 4, he has, through hard work...
Festival of Lights
Diwali Mela features culture, brotherhood
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
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Buchmuller Park will be awash with the sights, sounds, and smells of India on Sunday, Oct. 13, starting at noon, when the Indian Caucus of Secaucus sponsors its fourth annual Diwali Mela, or “Festi...
Talent runs in the family
Artists exhibit at public library
by Art Schwartz
Reporter correspondent
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The Weehawken Library is bringing back a popular series of artist exhibitions with a display of works by local resident Janet Brignola-Tava and her family. Alongside paintings, collages and other p...