First torch run
Police, students run for Special Olympics
by Samantha Meyers
Reporter Staff Writer
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Officers throughout Hudson County, including in Secaucus for the first time this year, ran and passed the Special Olympics Torch from city to city last month while residents cheered them on. The La...
KIELTY, HAROLD T.
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A funeral mass was offered July 14 at the de Paul Chapel at Our Lady of Mercy Church for Harold T. "Pudgie" Kielty, 93, of Fanwood, formerly of Jersey City. He passed away peacefully on July 10 at ...
DADIC, MARIJA
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Funeral mass will be offered on Monday, July 18, at 9:30 a.m. at the Sts. Peter & Paul Church, 4th and Hudson streets, Hoboken, for Marija “Maria” Dadic, 77. She passed away peacefully July 13 at h...
A ‘tidal wave’ of toddlers
Hoboken, Jersey City schools rush to accommodate increase in population of young children
by Gianluca D’Elia
Reporter Correspondent
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So many families with young children are staying in Jersey City and Hoboken nowadays that in the last 15 years, the number of kids under 5 in Hoboken has nearly tripled, and in Jersey City, a 2013 ...
New Guttenberg community room opens
Will serve seniors, school, camp
by Samantha Meyers
Reporter Staff Writer
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Seniors from Palisades Nursing Center on Boulevard East spent the afternoon together in Guttenberg’s new community center on Friday, July 1. The community room is located next to Anna Klein School’...
What makes the Meadowlands?
Series of ‘green speakers’ educates residents about local environment
by Samantha Meyers
Reporter Staff Writer
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“I lived my whole life in Secaucus. It’s a perfect mix of urban and suburban areas,” said Courtney Lichtenberger, the environmental intern of the Secaucus Environmental Department, on Wednesday as ...
SCOREBOARD
Boxing dreams grow in Jersey City
Recreation program puts more than 100 youngsters in the ring
by Jim Hague
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Throughout his entire life, Luis Gonzalez thought he was a baseball guy. Better known by the nickname of “Mosquito,” a name that he is still affectionately and readily called, Gonzalez played baseb...
MCDONALD, JOHN
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Funeral mass took place July 13 in the Chapel at Cusack Care Center, Jersey City, for John McDonald, 83, of Jersey City, formerly of Basking Ridge. He passed away peacefully on July 9 at Cusack Car...
Body and soul
Maximum Motion offers more than just physical fitness
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Katherine Jeblick doesn’t call Maximum Motion a “gym” even though it has all the weights and exercise machines of a typical gym. For Jeblick, it is a fitness center, and not merely for the body. Wi...
Non-profit teamwork
MedShare and Hindu temple send supplies overseas
by Samantha Meyers
Reporter Staff Writer
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“The next person to touch these gloves will be across Earth,” Tushar Patel said recently, after he packed more than two tons of medical gloves for underprivileged countries on Saturday, June 18. Tu...