KENNY, PATRICIA G.
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Funeral services took place Sept. 29 for Patricia G. Kenny, 81, of Middletown, formerly of Jersey City and Bayonne. She passed away Sept. 25 at her home. Born in Jersey City, she was the daughter o...
Costumes and balls
Council discusses holiday celebrations, parking for Little League field
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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Halloween fun and mystery is coming to Secaucus, according to the most recent Town Council meeting, Sept 26. The Secaucus High School PTSA Halloween Paw-Rade for costumed animals will take place Oc...
A unique partnership
NJCU public-private development would help keep tuition costs down
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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A groundbreaking last month marked the next step in a project that promises to transform the western side of Jersey City. On Sept. 20, New Jersey City University began building the second of four m...
How will DeFusco pay for all of these ideas?
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Dear Editor: It keeps things fresh and exciting, especially in the arena of local politics where repairing potholes can often times be the highlight of an infrastructure plan. The Hoboken Mayoral R...
Puerto Rico gets help from Hudson County
Local officials and agencies organizing after hurricane
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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My sister Kathy sent a message to the rest of the family last month, after Hurricane Irma passed just north of Puerto Rico, to let us know she was okay. While there was significant damage on the is...
Pizza and philanthropy
Event featuring local restaurants will benefit True Mentors
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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They say everyone loves a pizza. What’s almost better is chowing down on a variety of pizzas for a good cause. On Sunday Oct. 15, people of all ages can attend Hoboken’s first annual Pizza Fest at ...
Fish stories
Kids enjoy pirate-themed derby in Laurel Hill Park
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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Abigail Edwards, 6, quickly shot out from her peers in competition in Secaucus’ fishing derby at Laurel Hill Park. She hooked an 11 1/2 inch white perch and a 10 1/4 inch blue snapper. Her mother c...
Puerto Rico gets help from Hudson County
Local officials and agencies organizing after hurricane
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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My sister Kathy sent a message to the rest of the family last month, after Hurricane Irma passed just north of Puerto Rico, to let us know she was okay. While there was significant damage on the is...
SCOREBOARD
Lincoln bounces back from tough start with impressive win
First regular season games inside Lincoln Park prove to be successful
by Jim Hague
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The Lincoln High School football team found itself in a very precarious and uncharacteristic position last week before facing local rival Hoboken. The Lions owned a 0-3 record. It was the first tim...
Loss of a Latino icon
Eliu Rivera passes away at 74
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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The Hudson County community and Puerto Rican community have lost one of their great icons. Former Freeholder Eliu Rivera died on Oct. 1 from complications due to lung damage. He reported died peace...