Second time's not the charm: Judge criticizes criticizes discrimination suit by Hoboken housing head
Feb 28, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 41 41 recommendations | email to a friend
HOBOKEN -- Last summer, Hoboken Housing Authority Executive Director Carmelo Garcia filed a discrimination lawsuit against Mayor Dawn Zimmer, alleging she was trying to "ethnic cleanse" the city, b...
In Hoboken, even the graffiti artists are sick of winter
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HOBOKEN -- Seems like everyone wants to take off for Florida these days. Even this graffiti that recently appeared on Park Avenue in Hoboken makes reference to West Palm Beach. Okay, we know it may...
Jersey City invests nearly $6 million to park projects.
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JERSEY CITY – Mayor Steven M. Fulop announced that Jersey City will triple the annual number of park projects and invest nearly $6 million in city parks in 2014, with renovations to 13 parks across...
Bayonne Fire Department responds to mid-day blaze
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BAYONNE — City firefighters called to a Lincoln Parkway house were greeted with flames racing up the back of the structure through the walls. The Bayonne Fire Department had responded to reports of...
STROFF, ALICE HENDRIE
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Funeral mass took place Feb. 28 at Immaculate Conception Church for Alice Hendrie Stroff, 82, a resident of Secaucus since 1940. She passed away Feb. 22. She was the wife of Sylvester “Sy” Stroff; ...
New $200M data center opens in Secaucus
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SECAUCUS – Mayor Michael Gonnelli announced the ribbon-cutting on Tuesday for the newest addition to Secaucus’ growing flock of data centers. CoreSite Realty Corporation opened the 280,000 square f...
UPDATED: Stevens director stands with victims in wake of former teacher’s sentencing on child porn charges
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HOBOKEN AND JERSEY CITY – Sergio Alati, the head of the Stevens Cooperative School, a private school with campuses in Hoboken and Jersey City, said that he and the entire school community stood wit...
Jersey City man accused of stealing $100 worth of gum and sweets from Hoboken Shop Rite
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HOBOKEN – A Jersey City resident was charged with shoplifting and bail jumping after a ShopRite employee caught him allegedly stealing 20 value packs of Trident gum and 48 chocolate bars earlier th...
Substitute teacher in Jersey City and Hoboken sentenced to 10 years for child pornography
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HUDSON COUNTY -- Guy West, who substituted at Stevens Cooperative School in Hoboken and Jersey City for kids aged 2 through 14, was sentenced Wednesday to 121 months in prison for distributing imag...
BREAKING: European weather model predicts New Jersey in path of massive snowstorm on Monday
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HUDSON COUNTY -- The news is snowballing on Facebook that New Jersey may be in the path of a monster snowstorm this Sunday night into Tuesday morning. Too early to tell? Perhaps. But people are run...