Against the odds
Mayor reflects on health one year after stroke
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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Mayor Michael Gonnelli doesn't remember much of June 8, 2016, and he'd probably like to keep it that way. “I was making a protein shake, because I make a shake every day before dinner,” he said. “A...
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Private funeral services have been held for Dr. Joseph F. Inzinna, 88, of Secaucus. He passed away July 13 at his home. Born in Jersey City to the late Salvatore "Charlie" and Francesca (Molaro) In...
A celebration of culture
West Indian Caribbean American carnival and parade lights up Jersey City
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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If everybody is Irish on St Patrick’s Day, then everybody was West Indian on July 22, when residents throughout Jersey City got a taste of West Indian Caribbean culture as a colorful parade made it...
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A funeral mass was offered July 26 at Holy Family Church for John J. Keltos, 83, of North Bergen. He passed away July 21. He was born in Hoboken and lived in Jersey City before moving to North Berg...
NoHu Art
Guttenberg space hosts exhibits, workshops
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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With summer in full swing, one local artist space in Guttenberg is gearing up for a showcase from national and international artists. From July 28 through Sep. 17, Guttenberg Arts will be holding i...
Keeping hotels in check
More stringent requirements added for motels, rooming houses
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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Hotels, motels, rooming houses, and boarding houses in Secaucus will now have more stringent licensing and operational requirements, after the mayor and Town Council adopted an ordinance at their J...
For crying out loud!
Kids and camps cost local parents thousands in summer
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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In Hoboken, where rents are high and parking costs are nothing to sneeze at, summer brings another huge expense for working parents – pricy child care options and a lack of low-cost or recreation c...
Hudson Catholic girls get a chance of a lifetime
Pay visit to YES Network studios and baseball analyst Curry
by Jim Hague
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It all started so innocently a few months ago. Jack Curry , the award-winning analyst on the YES Network, covering the New York Yankees, paid a visit to his high school alma mater, namely Hudson Ca...
Police Beat
Compiled by Marilyn Baer
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Police arrest seven for alleged robbery, weapon possession, and aggravated assault According to a media release from the Hoboken Police Department, seven individuals were arrested on Thursday, July...
SDA swimmer Prekop wins two medals at Maccabiah Games
Romano enjoys miraculous recovery from heart attack; Lincoln’s exploits at Hamilton Park; remembering Spano
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If Danielle Prekop is asked by her teachers at St. Dominic Academy what she did for her summer vacation, the junior would have a very interesting answer, maybe good enough to write an essay about. ...