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#HOBOKEN -- NJ Transit planned to open additional tracks in the Hoboken train terminal beginning at 4 a.m. Monday, Oct. 17.
A #Bayonne mosque was vandalized with anti-Muslim graffiti and the name #DonaldTrump this week.
The proposed Hilton hotel would have over 200 rooms, rooftop event space, and valet parking,
David Roberts, consultant for the redevelopment plan in the southwest edge of Hoboken spoke to residents about the areas potential concepts.
TERMINAL PARTLY REOPENS -- The Hoboken terminal partially opened on Monday, allowing trains on tracks 10 through 17 after being out of commission since the Sept 29 train crash.
VOTERS CHOICE – Ten candidates are running for three seats in this year’s Board of Education election. The philosophies differ. But the candidates remained civil in their debate.
AN ICON OF JERSEY CITY –  Jaime Vazquez was a hero, not just because he served in Vietnam, but also because he never stopped serving the community.
 A POLITICAL TRAFFIC JAM -- Bill Matsikoudis, who is running for mayor, launched an attack on Mayor Steve Fulop last week.
PHASE TWO -- Construction is underway on second phase of 207 Van Vorst St. in Jersey City.  Featuring 153 luxury apartments and 7,305 square feet of retail space, Phase II of 207 Van Vorst Street is the second of two 15-story buildings that are being erected on the site, which is situated adjacent to St. Peter’s Prep high school and within walking distance of NJ Transit’s PATH and light rail lines. The first building, which is also under construction, features 255 residences and an additional 7,237 square feet of retail space.