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The Hoboken City Council voted unanimously to introduce an ordinance to fund the construction of the Northwest Resiliency Park, which will become the city’s largest park. The ordinance would allow the city to issue a...

Hoboken to upgrade waterfront walkway

According to a press release from the city, Hoboken and the South Waterfront Corporation will upgrade the walkway and bike paths on the south waterfront between Sinatra Drive and Newark Street, and along Pier...

Delectable fundraising

Everyone is invited to sip some wine, chow down on great cuisine, and support the rehabilitation of the Hoboken Community Center at the 25th 'A Taste of Hoboken' fundraiser on Tuesday, March 19, at...

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City to install vehicle charging stations The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) awarded Hoboken a $70,000 grant to purchase, install, and maintain up to 14 electric vehicle charging stations, according to a...

“Save the waterfront!”

Hundreds of Hoboken residents and city officials gathered at Pier A Park and marched along the waterfront to the Hoboken Cove Saturday, March 9, to tell Gov. Phil Murphy to protect the Hoboken waterfront...

Hoboken man pleads guilty to child pornography distribution

Hoboken resident Todd Walsh, 41, pleaded guilty on Tuesday, March 12 on one count of distributing child pornography in Newark federal court according to an announcement by U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito. According to the announcement...

Rebuild by Design workshop in Hoboken March 12

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) invites the communities of Jersey City, Hoboken and Weehawken to a Design Zone Workshop on the Rebuild by Design project which aims to protect Hoboken and...

Hoboken residents fight to protect the waterfront

Hoboken residents and city officials gathered at Pier A Park and marched along the waterfront to the Hoboken Cove Saturday, March 9, to tell Gov. Phil Murphy to protect the Hoboken waterfront from industrialization. The...

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Parking changes began this week According to a press release from the city, on Monday, March 4, Hoboken was set to launch several new transportation initiatives including free HOP shuttles, a Parking Benefit District, new...

Grim outlook for Hudson rail shutdown

Commuters and homeowners in the New York metropolitan area are facing the possibility of a preventable crisis, according to the Regional Plan Association (RPA), a nonprofit planning organization that operates in the New York...
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