Hoboken officials shocked by PATH service cuts
Port Authority says it can’t just buy more trains
by Carlo Davis
Reporter staff writer
May 24, 2015 | 1 1 comments | 20 20 recommendations | email to a friend
Hoboken officials last week strongly criticized a recent PATH train schedule change that reduced rush hour service on the Hoboken-33rd Street route by 14 percent. The service adjustments, unannounc...
Hoboken resident Appman among top finishers in Boston Marathon
Prep’s Harcourt takes fourth overall at NJSIAA T of C golf; DeFazio night planned
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It’s a very little known fact, but one of the top American finishers in last month’s Boston Marathon is a resident of Hoboken. Will Appman , a 24-year-old consulting actuary, was 187th overall in t...
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A funeral service was held May 22 at Sts. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church, Jersey City, for Mary Musto, 92 , of West New York. She passed away May 17. Born in Pleasant Mount, Pa., she lived in Jerse...
Working together
Jersey City composer and dancer make their mark
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
May 24, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 25 25 recommendations | email to a friend
Ariel Grossman grew up in New York City. David Homan grew up in Gainesville, Fla. She is a dancer; he is a composer. As a compromise between urban and suburban, the artistic couple ended up in Jers...
When life gave her lemons
3-year-old Lea Mohally sells lemonade to raise funds for cancer research
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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When Nathalie Masse talks to her daughter Lea Mohally in French, Lea replies in English. For a 3-and-a-half-year-old girl, Lea is well on her way to becoming bilingual. This is more than just a tes...
Sick days save companies money later
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Dear Editor: In New Jersey, 1.2 million workers do not have the ability to earn sick days. Earned sick days can reduce emergency room visits, saving $1.1 billion a year nationally. Parents with pai...
Why do hospitals go broke?
CarePoint asks for a fair rate of insurance reimbursement
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
May 24, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 40 40 recommendations | email to a friend
If you own or operate an urban hospital, you aren’t likely to survive long under the system of insurance reimbursement that currently exists. This is one of the main reasons that hospitals, particu...
I want to represent you
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Dear Editor and Residents of the 33rd District: I’m Annette Chaparro and I want to represent you in Trenton as your next Democratic Assemblywoman from the 33rd District. I will provide a strong voi...
Beware of barbecued bugs
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Dear Editor: What ever happened to the good old days when the worst things we had to fear on Memorial Day were traffic jams and indigestion? This year, it's all about food poisoning by the nasty E....
‘A glorious day’
St. Augustine Schools kids celebrate first communion
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On Sunday May 17, Saint Augustine School, Union City second graders and other children celebrated their First Communion. Afterward, children and parents celebrated in the school gym and sang songs ...