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Among the last of the old guard Tony Amabile dies at 84

Slightly more than a month before his Oct. 1 passing, Anthony Amabile made his way back to the offices of the Hudson Reporter, where he had worked as a columnist for more than a...

Rep. Sires takes on 3 opponents Sees 2018 as a critical year for Democrats

Although Democratic Rep. Albio Sires is running for reelection in November against three opponents, he sees his job in the election as getting the vote out for his colleague, U. S. Sen. Robert Menendez. Sires is...

‘Hoboken Hilton’ builders sweeten the pot Developer of 20-story hotel expected to give $5M...

In the next few years, Hoboken may get a pool, an uptown branch of the public library, and more pre-k classes all due to a new redevelopment deal the city has struck with KMS Development Partners, which...

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Human Rights Campaign gives Hoboken a perfect score According to a press release from the city, Hoboken has received a score of 100 from the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index, an annual examination of more than...

Hoboken to resurface Harrison Street

HOBOKEN--From Tuesday, Oct.16 and through Friday, Oct. 19, construction crews are milling, paving and striping of Harrison Street between Fourth Street and Newark Street. The resurfacing of Harrison Street is part of the city's Southwest...

Hoboken swears in new fire chief

HOBOKEN-Provisional Fire Chief Brian Crimmins was sworn in as Chief of the Hoboken Fire Department on Monday, Oct. 15 after Mayor Ravi Bhalla appointed him to the position. Crimmins has been serving as the provisional...

Hoboken council to vote on redevelopment deal with nearly $5 million in givebacks

Mayor Ravi Bhalla and other city officials announced a proposed redevelopment deal this week that will allow construction of a 20-story Hilton Hotel along the city's southern waterfront as long as the city gets  $4.85 million in...

Calling all creatives Hoboken-based author to speak at creative networking event

On Monday, Nov. 5, community members from around Hudson County are invited to a creative networking event in Hoboken, located near the Second Street light rail station. The event, hosted by popular website Growing in...

The price of parking Parking in Hoboken could get more expensive after Nov. 7...

Parking was the main topic of discussion during the nearly three-hour meeting of the Hoboken City Council on Oct. 3. In a 7-2 vote, the council approved an ordinance to change the penalty for those...

A vision for the future Hoboken Boys & Girls Club unveils plans for outreach,...

Last month the Hoboken Boys & Girls Club's Executive Director Gary Greenberg announced the club's startegic plan to increase enrollmenet and improve their programming by 2020. The Hoboken Boys & Girls Club, a local nonprofit that...
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