Federal probe of police continues
Jersey City restricts duties of 11 police officers
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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After more than a year of investigation that included intensive surveillance, Jersey City has placed 11 police officers on restricted duty, pending the outcome of a federal probe into allegations t...
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Funeral mass was offered Jan. 12 at Our Lady of Victories Church, Jersey City, for Bernice Anne Bridges of Jersey City. She passed away Jan. 8. She was a member of Teresians Sodality and Our Lady o...
Bus stop made permanent
Commissioners also pass agreement with Guttenberg for truck
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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North Bergen’s Board of Commissioners passed a resolution at their meeting on Wednesday to turn a “courtesy” bus stop at Bergen Turnpike and 37th Street into an official one. That means it will get...
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Funeral services were held Jan. 11 at the Church of Our Savior, Secaucus, for John Michael Buckley, 66. He passed away Jan. 5 at his home in Secaucus, following a nine year battle with cancer. John...
Fighting to let transgender youth into Cub Scouts
Statewide group plans next step to help Secaucus 8-year-old
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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Joe Maldonado, 8, was having the time of his life when he joined Cub Scout Pack 87 in Secaucus last year. He felt natural, playing with other boys. The fact that he was born biologically female, bu...
Fulop introduces running mates
But candidates in wards he needs to win are still in the works
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Mayor Steven Fulop announced a partial ticket of City Council running mates last week, officially kicking off what many predict could be the most wide-open municipal election since the early 1990s....
A change at the top
Board of Education reorganizes
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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In a move that will likely have an impact in the municipal election later this year, the Jersey City Board of Education welcomed four new members and named a new president and vice president at its...
What’s happening at the YMCA?
Seven years since facility closed suddenly, board seeks suggestions
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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At the corner of 13th and Washington streets, the city’s former YMCA, once humming with tenants of the building and with city residents working exercising, waits silently as members of its board de...
Get on your feet
Longtime crossing guards honored at Secaucus council meeting
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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A ceremony honoring longtime crossing guards was the highlight at the Jan 10 Secaucus Town Council meeting. Mayor Michael Gonnelli offered awards to three longtime school crossing guards, who have ...
Seventy is the new 20
Seminars will teach seniors how to keep having a full, healthy life
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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When a person enters the years of senior citizen discount lunches, BINGO games, and reminiscing about “the good old days,” it’s easy to believe their most active times are behind them. But the town...