Kids create models
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Mrs. Vargas-Stellon's 6th grade students at Horace Mann School created models and diagrams of Animal Cells and Plant Cells. Each student chose one of the two cells and made either a model or a diag...
What’s not to laugh about?
Marriage’s foibles become subject of new Art House production
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Writers from Shakespeare to contemporary stand up comics have recognized the humorous potential in marriage. A new Art House production about to open this week ventures into this well-trod territor...
A single man’s Jersey odyssey
From Brooklyn to West New York to North Bergen and beyond…
by Barry Wolborsky
Reporter correspondent
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Editor’s Note: This is a personal essay submitted by one of our readers . Though I moved to North Bergen in June of 1996, my history with Hudson County goes back a decade prior. My father worked at...
Romano, getting things done
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Dear Editor: Hudson County government is as effective as its elected officials and employees put a good face on what they do for the residents. None does this better than Freeholder Anthony Romano,...
TASTY TIDBITS
Prep grad Wilkes gets tryout with San Diego Chargers
Other notes from county track championships; Purcell closes out career
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Khalil Wilkes was trying hard to avoid watching the recent NFL Draft. The former St. Peter’s Prep standout, who recently ended his brilliant collegiate career at Stanford with an appearance in the ...
National Salvation Army Week
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Dear Editor: In 1865, William Booth founded The Salvation Army in London, addressing both the physical and spiritual needs of desperate individuals roaming the streets. Fifteen years later in 1880,...
‘Cooking like our grandmas did’
Rosticeria da Gigi on Washington Street offers nostalgic, classic menu
by Dean DeChiaro
Reporter staff writer
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It was 1985, and Mark Bogdanos was driving overnight from France to Livorno, Italy. He arrived at his hotel late, and he was hungry. The valet directed him to the local trattoria around the corner,...
POLICE BEAT
by Compiled by Dean DeChiaro
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Two arrested for alleged racist attack on pedestrian Two Hoboken residents, one of whom sported tattoos of white supremacy symbols, were charged with assault and bias intimidation last Saturday aft...
Helping those who need help most
United Cerebral Palsy is there for those with a range of disabilities
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
May 25, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 28 28 recommendations | email to a friend
United Cerebral Palsy of Hudson County continues to make strides in services offered to youth and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. The association serves not only Hudson, but Berg...
“Pride” in our town
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Dear Editor: This past Saturday was just beautiful, and it seemed like the whole town was outside enjoying the fresh air and sunshine. I had the pleasure of being out and about myself that morning ...