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A memorial service was held on Sunday, Feb. 28 at Grove Reformed Church in North Bergen, for Lois Wiltse O’Brien, 73, of Weehawken. She passed away Feb. 16. Born in Watertown, N.Y., Lois was the da...
City and school budgets likely to increase
Public can give suggestions, comments at upcoming hearings
by Steven Rodas
Reporter Staff Writer
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Taxpayers in the mile-square city are set to pay more in city and public school taxes under proposed budgets that were separately introduced this past week. The increases are in line with a trend H...
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A funeral mass took place Feb. 26 in Our Lady of Czestochowa R. C. Church, Jersey City, for Joseph Paczkowski, formerly of Jersey City. He died on Feb. 19 at Community Medical Center, Toms River. H...
Former Hudson Catholic great Barrino lands with San Diego
Sad tale of former Prep standout Hill probably over for good
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Five years ago, when Nassir Barrino decided that he wanted to attend Hudson Catholic from his native Newark, leaving his childhood friends behind, Barrino did so with one thing in mind. Heading to ...
Who’s to blame?
Play raises issues about senseless gun violence
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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After growing up in Jersey City, Crystal Nuchurch knows how to relate to the main character in the play “When All is Lost.” The story begins when a mother’s favorite teenage son is shot to death in...
Ode to a book store
Symposia, love, and strangers
by E. Merwin
Reporter Correspondent
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Walk through Hoboken on a weekend night and feel its pulse on Washington Street, where restaurants and sports bars are teeming with patrons. If you’re a book lover, you can make your way toward Fif...
‘Capturing the human condition’
16-year-old Gutt resident gains rep as street photographer
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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High Tech High School junior Jose Flores had just gotten out of school on Wednesday, March 9 when he saw smoke rising in the distance and hurried over with a friend to check out what was going on. ...
She brightens the world
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Dear Editor: Just a big thank you to my dear friend Laura Maimone. We met through our Weehawken Senior Club, of which I am the president. Laura lives a few doors down from our Senior Center so she ...
How are mom and pop?
Small businesses get boosts from town halls, new residents
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
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More residents moving to Hudson County means more customers for small shops and services, but can these businesses keep going in the face of changing tastes and big box stores? Shop owners througho...
Where there's a will, there's a way
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Dear Editor: I read with fervent interest "Town gets a butterfly meadow" by Art Schwartz in The Secaucus Reporter, Jan 27, 2016. It makes me well up with happiness to know a major municipality in H...