Commercial development expands in Hudson
Businesses, offices, hotels all growing
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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Condos aren’t the only things mushrooming across Hudson County; commercial development has taken off in a big way in Secaucus, Hoboken, Jersey City, North Bergen, and Bayonne. Incentives from the s...
Traffic situation on Jackson Street
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Dear Editor: What began as a means of increasing safety for pedestrians in what is recognized and treasured as one of the most walkable cities in America, has given way to one of the worst traffic ...
Senator Booker helping to protect
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Dear Editor: You should know that Senator Cory Booker is one of a handful in congress who is fighting tirelessly to protect Americans and their retirement savings. Over the last several months, Sen...
HOBOKEN BRIEFS
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Prepare to scavenge! Egg Hunts on the way Spring is upon us and that means it’s time to scavenge for eggs. Two free egg hunts are on their way to Hoboken on the same Saturday: the Hoboken Family Al...
PETRICH, JOSEPH E.
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A funeral mass was offered March 4 at Sts. Joseph and Michael church for Joseph E. Petrich 97, of Secaucus. He passed away Feb. 29. He was born in New York City and lived in Union City and North Be...
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NB’s Ortega perhaps the unlikeliest of Bruin wrestling medal winners
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When Dan Ortega was entering his freshman year at North Bergen High School, he envisioned himself as becoming the next in line of great Bruin running backs. Ortega was a standout in the North Berge...
JERSEY CITY BRIEFS
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Court won’t intervene in superintendent conflict – yet Judge Richard McGill last week declined to step into a Jersey City Board of Education conflict over the reappointment of Schools Superintenden...
NORTH BERGEN BRIEFS
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NJ Transit contingency plan available online NJ Transit rail operations face the prospect of a system-wide shutdown beginning this weekend, if the membership of the rail union opts to participate i...
SECAUCUS BRIEFS
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NJ Transit contingency plan available online NJ Transit rail operations face the prospect of a system-wide shutdown beginning this weekend, if the membership of the rail union opts to participate i...
Where there's a will, there's a way
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Dear Editor: I read with fervent interest "Town gets a butterfly meadow" by Art Schwartz in The Secaucus Reporter , Jan 27, 2016. It makes me well up with happiness to know a major municipality in ...