UPDATE: ‘Hoboken is open for business’ mayor says as boil water advisory lifted (but problem still lingers)
by PLUS: Two cyclists fall into same sinkhole as Perth Amboy man in flooded area
Nov 24, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend
HOBOKEN – The best-case scenario is the water main break issue that has endured since Sunday, Nov. 22 will be resolved by tomorrow night, Wednesday Nov. 25. The worse case is several days after Tha...
Prieto among honorees from Palisades Medical Center
Nov 24, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend
NORTH HUDSON – The Palisades Medical Center Foundation presented its prestigious Star Stream Awards to New Jersey Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto and PMC Medical Staff President Jeffrey M. Raskin, ...
Bayonne community makes sure needy have turkey
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BAYONNE – Local business people, city officials and other civic-minded people gathered at H.I.G.H.W.A.Y.S. on Hobart Street on Monday, Nov. 23, to unload 300 turkeys that will be given to the needy...
West New York food drive begins this week
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WEST NEW YORK – The city will begin donating food to local churches in Room 22 in Town Hall this week, and residents can contribute to this effort by bringing food to several locations throughout t...
Recent spree of shootings in Jersey City
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JERSEY CITY – Incidents of shootings continued to increase in Jersey City as police reported several more taking place across the city over the weekend. On Grant Avenue, Jersey City police responde...
Will Hoboken declare state of emergency? Mayor to confer as main break issue continues Perth Amboy man with warrant out is captured when he falls into sinkhole
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HOBOKEN – The massive main break that has caused fluctuating water pressure in Hoboken since Sunday has come at a less than ideal time. During a press conference on Monday, Nov. 24, Mayor Dawn Zimm...
Vote may be postponed on changing date of Jersey City municipal elections
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JERSEY CITY -- The city council is poised to stall on voting to change the municipal elections from May to November. Several council members at the Nov. 23 caucus asked that the ordinance be tabled...
Truck strikes train bridge near Jersey City/Hoboken border
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JERSEY CITY – Shortly after noon on Nov. 23, a truck collided with a NJ Transit train bridge, said Hudson County Sheriff Frank X. Schillari. “Today at approximately 12:15 p.m. my officers responded...
Police, fire departments give back with annual turkey drive
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HOBOKEN – Despite the frigid temperatures and most of the manpower dealing with the city’s water main break on the south end of town, the Hoboken Police and Fire Departments congregated behind the ...
UPDATE: Additional Hoboken water main break fails, some work may continue through Thanksgiving
Nov 23, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
HOBOKEN – City officials urged residents in the southwest portion of Hoboken to conserve water and warned of low water pressure as they worked to repair a 36-inch valve that failed Sunday night. Th...