Greenville Yards to be rebuilt for $356M
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JERSEY CITY -- A question concerning the use of the Greenville rail yards was answered on Sept. 17 when the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey board voted to spend $356 million to rebuild a ...
Premiere screening of two short documentaries and discussion with filmmaker
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UNION CITY – The City of Union City, Mayor Brian Stack and the Board of Commissioners present a discussion with renowned filmmaker Ricardo Bacallao and the world premiere screening of his two docum...
Dandiya Dhamaka dance celebration on Sept. 20
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SECAUCUS – The Indian Caucus of Secaucus and the Town of Secaucus present Dandiya Dhamaka on Sept 20 from 7 to 11 p.m. Dandiya Dhamaka is a celebration involving traditional Indian dance with woode...
Bill protecting NJ drivers from other states’ speed and red light cameras passes committee
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The New Jersey Senate Transportation Committee passed a bill on Monday, Sept. 15 that would prohibit submission of New Jersey license plate information to national photo ticketing system or other s...
Safe Kids Day coming in Guttenberg
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GUTTENBERG – All Guttenberg residents are cordially invited on behalf of Mayor Gerald Drasheff and the Town Council to join in the annual Safe Kids Day on Saturday, Sept. 20. Music, food, demonstra...
Grant to Secaucus provides firefighters with modern equipment, training
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SECAUCUS – An award from the federal Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) program will outfit 46 volunteer firefighters in Secaucus with personal protective equipment, in addition to funding adva...
Hoboken sees first new Jewish temple in 100 years
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HOBOKEN—This past Sunday, the Chabad Lubavitch Jewish Center of Hoboken marked two equally important milestones. The first was the opening of its permanent home at 80 Park Ave., the first new Jewis...
Bayonne mayor turns grocery bagger for good cause
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BAYONNE – Mayor James Davis rolled up his sleeves, donned an apron, and bagged customers’ groceries at a local supermarket on Wednesday, Sept. 17 to show his support for feeding the hungry. Davis w...
Dedication to Dr. Cortina, an art installation by Luis Romero
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UNION CITY – The city of Union City, Mayor Brian Stack, and the Board of Commissioners are hosting an art installation by Louis Romero as a Dedication to Dr. Francisco Cortina, which opened Wednesd...
“Women who want to be screened for cervical cancer have just received a new option — and a new quandary”
by JONATHAN M. METSCH, DR.P.H., LLC
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A recent New York Times editorial http://www.nytimes.com * noted. “The venerable Pap smear, which has been the only screening tool to look for cancer in asymptomatic women for many decades, now has...