Jersey City boy arrested for Facebook post of sex act with 13-year-old girl
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JERSEY CITY – The Jersey City police and the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office are continuing to investigate after a 15-year-old Dickinson High School boy allegedly posted a videotape to Facebook o...
Hoboken City Council appoints new housing commissioner; debate over nominees marked by accusation of 'underlying racism'
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HOBOKEN -- The City Council voted 5-4 along the usual pro- and anti-Mayor Dawn Zimmer lines on Wednesday night to appoint local software developer David Dening to the city's Hoboken Housing Authori...
BREAKING: Hoboken councilman calls out New Jersey assemblyman's paid aide for 'anti-Semitic' remarks at meeting; invokes Donald Sterling
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HOBOKEN -- City Councilman-at-Large David Mello on Wednesday said that a paid aide to a Hoboken-based state assemblyman should be removed after she made remarks about Jewish people at a public meet...
Bayonne fire injures tenant and sends baby to hospital
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BAYONNE – A fire on Monday evening on Broadway injured a tenant attempting to extinguish the blaze and sent a baby to the hospital with breathing problems, a fire official said. The Bayonne Fire De...
High Tech High School places second in natural resources science competition
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NORTH BERGEN – A team of students from High Tech High School in North Bergen placed second out of 33 schools in the annual New Jersey Envirothon. New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fish...
“Hospitalized patients across the country can no longer assume that their regular doctors will check on them during daily rounds.”
by JONATHAN M. METSCH, DR.P.H., LLC
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In the recent past a hospitalized patient expected to see one’s primary care practitioner making rounds, examining patients and writing “orders.” Recently an article in Newsday http://www.newsday.c...
Lupus event to be held in West New York
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WEST NEW YORK -- The Lupus Y Latinos Foundation will host its annual Lupus Awareness event in West New York at El Marinero Grill, 759 Farragut Place, on Friday, May 9. The event will commence at 7 ...
Rutgers study says Hoboken sewer system goes back to Civil War, and urges action
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HOBOKEN -- A study conducted by Rutgers University and New Jersey Future says that 21 towns with "combined" sewer systems (those that treat rainwater and sewage through the same conduits) will need...
BROWN, ERNESTINE
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of Bayonne, NJ, passed away on April 16, 2014. She was the beloved mother of Kenneth Brown, Cedric Brown, Darin Moore, Cassandra Kerr, and Rosalyn Brown; cherished sister of Regina Carson and Essie...
GIANGRANDE, MARY
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(nee: Marfaro), 86, of Bayonne, passed away on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at her residence. Born in Jersey City, she resided in Bayonne for over 40 years. She was a homemaker. Mrs. Giangrande is surv...