U.S. gun deaths are at a staggering high
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Dear Editor: According to statistics from the Center of Disease Control, this week, the number of gun deaths in the U.S. since the tragedy in Newtown rose to 49,559. That is the size of the populat...
Working together safety
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Dear Editor: On behalf of the entire Union City School District, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Union City Police Department and all the other law enforcement agencies that help...
Jersey City ambulance contract to be rebid
City reboots a process bogged down in controversy
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Jersey City has decided to re-issue bid requests for a three-year contract to supply ambulance service to residents who call 911, possibly avoiding a legal challenge from Jersey City Medical Center...
A letter of thanks from Freeholder Romano
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Dear Friends and Supporters: I wanted to write to everyone to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support. At first I knew it would be a difficult campaign running against the line Democ...
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Hudson Catholic wins first-ever state sectional baseball title
Hill done with Giants; Cumiskey state H of F nominee; Simms roast
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When the Hudson Catholic baseball team lost in the second round of the Ed “Faa” Ford Memorial Baseball Tournament to Kearny a few weeks ago, head coach Alberto Vasquez knew that his team had to shi...
Taste of Weehawken 2014
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Dear Editor: On behalf of the Weehawken Free Public Library and Board of Trustees, thank you to the over 400 guests and more than 40 restaurants and businesses who joined us at the 14th Annual Tast...
Hudson Theatre Ensemble offers ‘The Little Engine That Could’
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Hudson Theatre Ensemble’s latest production from their Silly on Sixth Children’s Series is “The Little Engine That Could,” an adaptation with music, song, and dance that will entertain children age...
The basic facts on street cats
Local animal advocate gives opinions on how to help
by Gene Wisniewski
Reporter Correspondent
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Hoboken resident Katherine Zavartkay was brought up to think pets are family. Becoming involved with a campaign to end animal testing around 15 years ago reaffirmed those core values, and she now d...
SOBORSKI, DOROTHY
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Funeral mass was held June 2 at St. Vincent’s Church, Bayonne, for Dorothy Soborski, 94, of Secaucus. She passed away peacefully on May 27. Dorothy was born in New York City and resided in Bayonne ...
Bernard and Kathleen Sweeney were recognized
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At a recent event, Bernard and Kathleen Sweeney were recognized by friends for the service to the community of fifty four years in the Casino In The Park. Bernard Sweeney served in the 1950's as a ...