Soha Fontaine earns top ten ranking
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Soha Fontaine, Sales Associate with RE/MAX Gold Coast, has ranked third in individual commissions and ninth in individual units among agents within the RE/MAX of New Jersey network for October. She...
LITTLE, DAVID
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Funeral services were held Feb. 1 at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Hoboken, for David Little, better known as the “Doc.” He suddenly passed away on Jan. 24. He leaves to mourn his sister Betty Moore, n...
Weather or not
How do superintendents decide to close school?
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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Winter’s only a few weeks old and already the region has suffered from some unusual weather – several snowstorms and a dangerous cold snap. Just after the new year, all local schools were closed as...
Taking the next step?
Loew’s could become Jersey City’s PAC
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Local legend claims that Hoboken’s famed crooner Frank Sinatra decided to pursue a career in singing after seeing Bing Crosby perform at the Loew’s Theatre in 1934. As with many kids at the time, S...
More than lost and found
Ferry boat captain returns lost items personally
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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When he and his staff clean up the ferry boat at the end of the day, Capt. Mike Muia, a 15-year veteran of New York Waterways, usually finds things that people leave behind. Generally, staff that w...
Truthfulness of a politician
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Dear Editor: Recently I was asked if Mayor Zimmer was telling the truth when she described her encounter with Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno in the ShopRite parking lot. I thought to myself, if o...
Mayor to magazine: Secaucus pig joke not amusing
Asks students to respond to New Yorker piece
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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Recently there was this little thing called the Super Bowl – maybe you’ve heard of it –with untold amounts of international attention focused on New York, despite the game actually being played in…...
‘Angelie’s Law’ will regulate jitneys
Family of infant will get monument
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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“For many years the people of this city have been fighting a problem in North Hudson that is pervasive in our life,” said North Bergen Mayor and State Senator Nicholas Sacco. “And it was the omnibu...
The man on the hill
Stevens president hoping to propel Stevens to the pinnacle of academia, strengthen the school’s connection with Hoboken
by Dean DeChiaro
Reporter staff writer
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On the windowsill of Nariman Farvardin’s office, with its gorgeous view of Manhattan, the Hudson River, and downtown Hoboken, there is a picture frame containing a long list of bulleted items. Some...
MCDONALD, PAULINE A.
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A mass of Christian burial was offered Jan. 30 at St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church for Pauline A. McDonald, 75, of Jersey City. She passed away at home unexpectedly on Jan. 25. Born in Jersey Cit...