Tomorrow’s cops
12 kids get intensive crash course in Junior Police Academy
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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Twelve kids from North Bergen schools had an exciting week recently, getting visits from police dogs and emergency helicopters, and, in turn, visiting the court, the firing range, and the 9/11 memo...
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A mass of Christian Burial was celebrated July 24 at Saint Mary's Chapel for Eunice Ryan, 73, a lifelong resident of Union City. She passed away July 21 at Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank. Eunic...
What to build at Hoboken rail yards?
Waterfront activist group has alternate plan for the area
by Carlo Davis
Reporter staff writer
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The Fund for a Better Waterfront (FBW) recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the narrow legal victory that led to the group’s birth. After a July 1990 city referendum halted a Port Authority ...
The ‘dinosaur’ by the river
Local officials and environmentalists rally to back Obama Clean Power Plan
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Pat Hilliard and Mike Ruscigno came from Bayonne to Jersey City’s Leonard Gordon Park last Tuesday bearing signs in support of President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan. As members of the Bayonne N...
Meadowlands bridge needs emergency repairs
Additional construction to include flood wall, Greenway
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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Meadowlands Parkway Bridge isn’t falling down… but it is in need of extensive repairs. At the Secaucus Town Council meeting on July 28, Mayor Michael Gonnelli announced that the last state inspecti...
Guttenberg shuttle takes off
Weekend service begins, will expand to weekdays in fall
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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A cheer went up inside the bus as it pulled away from the curb on its maiden voyage. About a dozen passengers were on board as the Guttenberg Shuttle took off from in front of the senior building a...
Cooking (and eating) at the library
Local chef demonstrates her eclectic food artistry
by Melissa Heule
Reporter staff writer
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Keeping its doors open for an after-hours event, the Weehawken Library featured Lorraine Wuillamey, owner of Lorraine’s Table, in a summer cooking demonstration and tasting session on July 23 for a...
Cops and kids watch out in WNY
‘Night Out Against Crime’ emphasizes everyday hazards, where to get help
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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A half hour before the festivities of this year’s “Night Out Against Crime” in West New York began on Aug. 4, kids and parents gathered at the gate to Miller Stadium. This was the 32nd year of an e...
Crime watch
National Night Out brings awareness, entertainment
by Melissa Heule
Reporter Correspondent
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Thousands of community members flooded Union City’s streets on Aug. 4 to celebrate National Night Out – the 32nd annual nationwide celebration that discourages criminal activity by uniting public s...
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Funeral mass took place July 18 at Immaculate Conception Church, Secaucus, for Mary F. Tanner, 83, of Secaucus, formerly of Weehawken. She passed away at home July 15. She was the wife of the late ...