Murals to decorate Conrail train trestles
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JERSEY CITY – The city of Jersey City has executed an agreement with Conrail to paint welcome murals on train trestles throughout the city welcoming residents to neighborhoods, creating signage wer...
Man charged in fatal stabbing ex-girlfriend
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Michael Humphrey, 43, of Jersey City has been charged with allegedly stabbing a 53-year-old woman, believed to have been his former girlfriend. The woman died as a result of her wounds after being ...
Local artist’s paintings debut at Comic Con in NYC
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NORTH BERGEN – Ray Arcadio is exhibiting and selling his “In Shape” series of paintings and prints at this year’s New York City Comic Con in the Javits Center in New York City at 655 W 34th St. The...
Dennis Kelly Appointed Chief Executive Officer of CarePoint Health
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HUDSON COUNTY -- CarePoint Health, which runs three hospitals in Hudson County, announceed the appointment of Dennis Kelly as chief executive officer. Kelly formerly served as the chief strategy of...
Luxury Hoboken condo building to vote on policy banning big dogs
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HOBOKEN—Over the next month, residents of a high-end condo complex in Hoboken’s northern end will vote on whether to bag their doggie policy. Currently, the Master Deed of the 526-unit Hudson Tea B...
Meadowlands Commission upgrading water level alert sensors
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The New Jersey Meadowlands Commission (NJMC) this month is upgrading its water level sensors along the Hackensack River so that Meadowlands District first responders and residents continue to recei...
“..… Now the National Institutes of Health says that this routine gender bias in basic research must end.”
by JONATHAN M. METSCH, DR.P.H., LLC
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A recent New York Times article http://www.nytimes.com * noted “For decades, scientists have embarked on the long journey toward a medical breakthrough by first experimenting on laboratory animals....
North Bergen preps for 'Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day'
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North Bergen Mayor and State Senator Nicholas Sacco and Police Chief Robert Dowd are encouraging all residents to join a day-long effort on Oct. 10 designed to increase awareness about safe driving...
Senior Citizens’ Hispanic Heritage Month Luncheon
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UNION CITY – The City of Union City, Mayor Brian Stack, and the Board of Commissioners will be hosting the City’s Senior Citizens’ Hispanic Heritage Month Luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 11 at noon in C...
Bayonne Mayor Davis releases statement citing 100-day accomplishments
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BAYONNE – Mayor James Davis released a statement on Wednesday, Oct. 8, citing what he said were accomplishments during his first 100 days in office. Davis was elected mayor in a June 10 runoff, fol...