Mayor speaks publicly for first time after stroke
Talks about harrowing day, plans to return to work Sept. 1
by Samantha Meyers
Reporter Staff Writer
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After two months without speaking publicly, Mayor Michael Gonnelli, who suffered a stroke in his home on the evening of June 8, said last week that he’ll be back at work on Thursday, Sept. 1. In an...
Once again, ‘Slo Mo’ gives back in big way
Former St. Anthony star Anderson, now with Spurs, hosts ‘Celebrate Life Day’
by Jim Hague
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A group of youngsters sat in the middle of the court at Cliffside Park’s No. 6 school outdoor court last Saturday and listened intently to the words of a National Basketball Association player. Kyl...
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A mass of Christian burial was celebrated Aug. 10 at Our Lady of Fatima RC Church, North Bergen, for Arnold E. Hartleb, 88, a lifelong resident of North Bergen. He died Aug. 7. Arnold was predeceas...
City Open Space Trust would benefit city parks
Council wants prospect of small tax increase to go to the voters
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Seeking more money to maintain city parks, Mayor Steven Fulop hopes to establish a city open space trust fund by asking the voters in November to approve a small property tax increase to finance it...
Signs of the city
Part 8: Hobokenites communicate through old-fashioned missives
by Caren Lissner
Reporter Editor
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Note: This is part 8 in an ongoing photo series on handwritten signs around town in Hoboken. For the previous articles and photos, use the search engine at   They’re signs o’ th...
Cleaning up the town
Teens join DPW for the summer
by Samantha Meyers
Reporter staff writer
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This summer, from June 1 until Labor Day, 14 high school seniors and graduates teamed up with the Department of Public Works (DPW) to clean up various places areas in the township. DPW employees ha...
A safe ‘night out’
Neighbors meet police, kids enjoy rides, games
by Samantha Meyers
Reporter Staff Writer
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“As you get older, you appreciate what police do for the town,” resident Danielle McGorty said at the National Night Out Against Crime celebration on Tuesday, Aug. 2 in Buchmuller Park. Communities...
Young St. Anthony team coming of age in Jersey City Rec summer league
Snyder girls’ basketball coach Ferriero arrested for DUI; No. 14 character; more SPU fallout
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It’s been six years since St. Mary’s of Jersey City closed its doors forever, but it hasn’t diminished the competitive spirit and drive in long-time basketball coach Tom Lalicato . Since the demise...
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A Mass of the Resurrection took place Aug. 13 at Immaculate Conception Church, Secaucus, for Louise McCann, 100. She passed away Aug. 11 at Alaris Health at the Atrium Assisted Living Care facility...
Help from Hoboken
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Dear Editor: A charity in England is hoping to trace any descendants of a New Jersey man whose memory lives on by helping families in their time of need. The EC Roberts Centre in Portsmouth, Hampsh...