Pedestrian killed near Communipaw Avenue
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JERSEY CITY – A car being pursued by the Hudson County Sheriff's Department struck and killed a pedestrian near the intersection of Kennedy Boulevard between Communipaw at about 5 a.m. on Jan. 23. ...
Jersey City may buy Public Service garage as arts center
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JERSEY CITY – The city council is being asked to pass a $10 bond in order to purchase and renovate a building in Journal Square formerly used as a repair and garage for Public Service. The Jersey C...
Public presentation set for LSP marina plan on Jan. 30
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JERSEY CITY – Suntex Marinas announced that company officials will hold a public presentation to outline details of a proposed marina at the southern edge of Liberty State Park. Although activists ...
Rising From the Ashes
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We’re a tough little city. Hobokenites have shown that they can survive gentrification, vertical development, floods—and now their main street dug up, dusty, devoid of street signs, and hamstrung b...
The Main Drag
Washington Street a holey mess
by Tara Ryazansky
Photos by Max Ryazansky
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Washington Street’s ongoing multi-million dollar infrastructure project will upgrade the town's water main. It will also improve pedestrian safety with the addition of timed crossing signals. Potho...
AGNELLO, JEAN P. (nee: Rowe)
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82, passed away on January 18, 2018 at Christ Hospital in Jersey City, NJ. Jean was born in Jersey City and lived most of her life in Bayonne. Wife of the late Louis "Lou Angelo" Agnello. Mother of...
High-Tech Hoboken
The next Silicon Valley?
by Ainsley Layland
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In 2012, Mayor Dawn Zimmer set a goal for Hoboken to become the next major tech hub. Hoboken has seen a lot of progress in five years, and local tech gurus think we may have what it takes. “The his...
Lead On!
by Laura DeBrizzi
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The city of Hoboken is working to ensure that its students have a jumpstart on 21st century careers through its partnership with Project Lead The Way (PLTW), a nonprofit organization focusing on ST...
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56, passed away on January 15, 2018. He was born in Bayonne and was a lifelong resident. He was a plumber for Pete Manley Plumbing and Heating for many years. John was born on June 14, 1961 to the ...
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53, of Bayonne, passed away on January 12, 2018. Born in Hoboken, Louis most recently worked at Ziggy's Auto Body in Jersey City for many years. He was the husband to Peggy Sue "Susan" Brunert and ...