#HOBOKEN -- Middle school kids will return to a building where Frank Sinatra once learned.
#HOBOKEN -- Middle school kids will return to a building where Frank Sinatra once learned.
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#Hoboken has suffered from two major water main breaks this year.
#Hoboken has suffered from two major water main breaks this year.
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#Hoboken has dealt with another water main break.
#Hoboken has dealt with another water main break.
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WORKING THE SYSTEM – Some police may have violated the law when taking money from contractors. This has led to a federal investigation of the Jersey City Police off-duty work program
WORKING THE SYSTEM – Some police may have violated the law when taking money from contractors. This has led to a federal investigation of the Jersey City Police off-duty work program
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WORKING THE SYSTEM – Some police may have violated the law when taking money from contractors. This has led to a federal investigation of the Jersey City Police off-duty work program
WORKING THE SYSTEM – Some police may have violated the law when taking money from contractors. This has led to a federal investigation of the Jersey City Police off-duty work program
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OFF AND RUNNING – ‘Team Fulop’ was officially launched today, although the ticket still has huge gaps. Mayor Steve Fulop said these will be filled within the next few months
OFF AND RUNNING – ‘Team Fulop’ was officially launched today, although the ticket still has huge gaps. Mayor Steve Fulop said these will be filled within the next few months
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TAKING THE LEAD – Anthony Vainieri is sworn in as chairman of the Hudson County Freeholders by state Senator and North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco (Photo by Art Schwartz)
TAKING THE LEAD – Anthony Vainieri is sworn in as chairman of the Hudson County Freeholders by state Senator and North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco (Photo by Art Schwartz)
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A BRIDGE TOO FAR – The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has agreed to pay $400,000 to settle with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as a result of an investigation arising out of the agency’s failure to disclose to bondholders the legal risk that the Port Authority’s March 2011 decision to fund $1.8 billion for roadway improvements at and around the Pulaski Skyway. The Port Authority in a statement said the project might have been beyond the agency’s statutory authority.
A BRIDGE TOO FAR – The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has agreed to pay $400,000 to settle with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as a result of an investigation arising out of the agency’s failure to disclose to bondholders the legal risk that the Port Authority’s March 2011 decision to fund $1.8 billion for roadway improvements at and around the Pulaski Skyway. The Port Authority in a statement said the project might have been beyond the agency’s statutory authority.
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