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A funeral service took place April 30 for Maureen Geslicki, a lifelong resident of Jersey City. She passed away April 25 . She was a homemaker. She is survived by her children Emile DeSalvo and Eri...
The boy of summer are back!
Play ball!
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Organized baseball started in Hoboken, and Hoboken’s Maria Pepe was the center of a national battle in 1972 to let girls play in Little League, so obviously baseball is big here. Hundreds of kids r...
Saddened by the impact on our small community
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Dear Editor: I was disheartened by the recent Hoboken Board of Education (BOE) decision to pursue further legal action against HoLa a third time, saddened by the impact on our small community, and ...
Baseball on parade
Little Leaguers march proudly through town
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North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco and his team of commissioners, along with Commissioner Candidate Julio Marenco, Freeholder Anthony Vainieri and North Bergen Chief of Police Robert Dowd, joined hu...
Telling it like it is
Bethenny Frankel brings new book on dating tips to Hoboken
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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For anyone who has followed Bethenny Frankel’s career as a real housewife, what you see is what you get. Frankel is coming to Hoboken on Monday to talk about her new book on dating, “I Suck at Rela...
Fling into spring
Fifth annual senior citizen prom is a blast for all ages
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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There was certainly no generation gap in Secaucus on Thursday, April 23, when youngsters danced the Lindy Hop and seniors did the Electric Slide. It was the night of the fifth annual Spring Fling S...
New funding for public housing in WNY
But critics fear mortgaging buildings could lead to privatization
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
May 03, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 59 59 recommendations | email to a friend
Cash-strapped because the U.S. Congress won’t allocate enough funds to make repairs to aging buildings, West New York officials plan to mortgage their senior and other public housing. The U.S. Depa...
Saint Peter's Prep Modern Language National Honor Society - Jersey City residents
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Seventy-nine Saint Peter's Prep students were inducted to the Modern Language National Honor Societies, the Societe Honoraire de Francais, Deutsche Ehrenverbindung, Society Onoraria Italica, and th...
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A funeral service was held April 28 for Irene A. Giegold, 86, a lifelong resident of Secaucus. She passed away April 24. She was the wife of the late Harold Giegold; mother of David Giegold and his...
Learn more about Hoboken’s schools, the community, and my research
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Dear Editor: In a recent issue of the Hoboken Reporter, Carlo Davis wrote about some of my findings in the book, Public Housing and School Choice in a Gentrified City: Youth Experiences of Uneven O...