‘A community center for lifelong learning’
Hoboken celebrates new library space for expanded programs
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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A domino tournament, an Argentinean classical guitar recital, morning art, and meetings of science fiction book and movie discussion groups are some of the first programs that will utilize the Hobo...
Singing on the big screen
North Bergen-based rapper competes in TV competition
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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North Bergenites may have recognized one contestant on Fox's “The Four” singing competition earlier this month. Tyler “TyAlaxandar” Griffin crooned Jason Derulo's “Talk Dirty To Me” on the show's J...
GUTCH, JOHN J.
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A mass of Christian burial was performed Jan. 10 at St. Patrick Church, Jersey City, for John J. Gutch, 92, of Hazlet, a former Jersey City Police captain. He passed away peacefully at home surroun...
Volunteer firefighters accept residents with visas
Council adopts controversial ordinance despite previous complaints
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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The Secaucus Volunteer Fire Department will now be open to residents with legal status – meaning not only citizens, but people who may have a green card or work/student visa -- after the Town Counc...
Zacche pleads guilty to no-show job payments
Off-duty police work may be a thing of the past
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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A comment made to the Hudson Reporter three years ago during the groundbreaking of a proposed new police station for Marion Gardens apparently led to an investigation that revealed then Police Chie...
‘He was a good police officer’
Silent processional honors fallen JC police lieutenant
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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A sea of blue uniforms filled Pavonia Avenue in Jersey City hours before the funeral procession was scheduled to start on Jan. 11. City police officers, joined by police from around the state and r...
LaPAGLIA, CATHERINE
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A funeral mass took place Jan. 8 at St. Peter & Paul RCC in Hoboken for Catherine LaPaglia, 100. She passed away peacefully early Jan. 4 surrounded by her family at the St. Vincent's Nursing Home i...
Waterfront park, or ferry repair site?
Mayor continues fight to preserve Dry Dock property
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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After two meeting postponements, NJ Transit has officially scheduled a meeting for Monday in which they intend to vote about whether to buy property on Hoboken’s north waterfront for ferry repair. ...
Don’t throw it back into the street!
DPW superintendent tells residents what to do after snowstorms
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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Town officials want residents to know that they shouldn’t shovel snow back into the streets after it’s been cleared by town vehicles. Department of Public Works Superintendent John Shaw said last w...
New council sworn in; rec center in the works
Officials start new year with reorganization meeting
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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The Secaucus Town Council met on Jan. 2 to swear in a new member, administer the oath of office to re-elected officials, and discuss a few matters of new business. Mayor Michael Gonnelli also said ...