Cranes tower above upper Washington Street in Hoboken as construction of apartments continues
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HOBOKEN – 1450 Washington St. in Hoboken has been area of bustling construction workers, strident machinery, and most-recently, two soaring cranes. Just outside The Hudson Reporter’s headquarters, ...
Boy dies after jumping off roof in Jersey City
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JERSEY CITY -- A 13-year-old boy jumped from the roof of a building at the corner of Baldwin and Hopkins avenues at approximately 7:45 a.m. on Sept.15. According to Jennifer Morrill, spokesperson f...
Secaucus tackling prescription drug abuse
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SECAUCUS – The Secaucus Coalition for a Healthy and Drug Free Community, a community-based organization focused in teen’s substance abuse prevention efforts, is preparing to launch a media campaign...
Of 23 that originally filed for Hoboken school board and city council, two names not on ballot
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HOBOKEN – The ballot drawing for the upcoming Nov. 3 elections for Hoboken’s Board of Education and City Council was released Friday, Sept. 11. Two candidates who originally filed to run in August ...
North Bergen hosts annual Senior Citizen Picnic on Wednesday
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NORTH BERGEN – Mayor Nicholas Sacco and the Board of Commissioners will welcome an expected crowd of over 1,000 North Bergen seniors to the township’s annual Senior Citizen Picnic on Wednesday, Sep...
Chilean flag-raising ceremony in Union City on Sept. 18
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UNION CITY – The City of Union City will hold a flag-raising ceremony commemorating Chile’s Independence Day on Friday, Sept. 18 at noon in International Park located on Palisade Avenue and 38th St...
Feds award more than $5 million to Combat NJ Veterans’ Homelessness
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HUDSON COUNTY -- The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has awarded $5,478,156 in federal grants to four local New Jersey organizations to assist veterans and their families who are homeless ...
Bayonne mayor raising hunger awareness by bagging groceries
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BAYONNE – Mayor James Davis is partnering with ShopRite of Bayonne to fight hunger by bagging groceries on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 2 p.m. at the supermarket at 583 Ave. C. Davis’s effort is part of ...
Open house for local cemeteries
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On Nov. 14 to15 the Archdiocese of Newark will host its fall open house at Holy Name Cemetery & Mausoleum in Hudson County to assist families in learning more about advance planning. Discussing fun...
City asks schools to give off for observance of Eid al Adha
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JERSEY CITY — Council President Rolando Lavarro introduced a resolution at the Sept. 9 meeting asking the Jersey City school district to close public schools in observance of the Muslim holiday of ...