KNABNER, EUGENE SR.
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Funeral services were held Feb. 24 for Eugene Knabner Sr., 86, of North Bergen. He passed away Feb. 20. He was born in Jersey City and lived for most of his life in North Bergen before moving to To...
SCOREBOARD
Hudson Catholic captures seventh straight Hudson County basketball title
by Jim Hague
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When Jahvon Quinerly arrived at Hudson Catholic almost four years ago, the basketball team was led by veteran players like Nassir Barrino . At that time, the Hawks were in the middle of a “three-pe...
Shamrock shenanigans?
Bar crawl will go on despite five bars closing
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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Hoboken Police Chief Ken Ferrante said the city is prepared for this weekend’s annual St. Patrick’s Day-themed bar crawl, a privately run event that usually takes place the first Saturday in March....
TASTY TIDBITS
Lincoln’s girls return to Hudson’s throne
METS Charter wins first-ever NJSIAA playoff game; Secaucus wins for first time since 2007
by Jim Hague
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The Lincoln High School girls’ basketball team lost to Marist in the semifinals of the Hudson County Tournament last year. It was a result that junior point guard Alaisha Mumford was not going to a...
Who was that man?
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Dear Editor: Who was the man who rounded up all of the young children in our neighborhood on 43rd street in North Bergen in the early 1960s? He loaded us into the back of his truck and took us all ...
My bohemian escape from Hoboken
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Dear Editor: The other day, while in a Hoboken café that will go nameless, I felt a suffocating sense of boredom. Granted, the day before I experienced bohemian nirvana at a Greenwich Village café ...
'It's important to share our stories'
Kids create African clay masks at Black History Month workshop
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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At just 3.5 years old, Mahogany Ivaska is learning a lot about black history, including about Harriet Tubman's Underground Railroad that helped free the slaves. On Feb. 23, she learned to honor ano...
Union Dry Dock debate continues
City wants to buy land for $11.6M, may use eminent domain
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
Mar 04, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 247 247 recommendations | email to a friend
During a special meeting of the Hoboken City Council on Wednesday, Feb. 28, the council unanimously introduced an ordinance to authorize the city to acquire the former Union Dry Dock property, now ...
Jersey City on the move
Council reviews demolition map, kiosk installation, and new bodycams for cops
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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In what may be the clearest indication of a major shift in Jersey City development, requests to demolish older houses in the Heights have increased significantly for two years in a row. The City Co...
Who was that man?
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Dear Editor: Who was the man who rounded up all of the young children in our neighborhood on 43rd street in North Bergen in the early 1960s? He loaded us into the back of his truck and took us all ...