On Pier A, a bulwark for live music
Lackawanna Music Festival returns with local bands and more
by Carlo Davis
Reporter staff writer
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Hoboken will always have room for music—no town that so prominently celebrates Frank Sinatra could ever resist the draw of a strong voice raised in song. But with the end of the legendary tenure of...
Extravagant costumes, exotic food
Caribbean parade and festival brings color to city streets
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Considered the local parade with the longest route, the 19th Annual West Indian Caribbean American Carnival & Parade kicked off from Lincoln Park on July 26 and weaved its way through the streets f...
Hudson County seniors enjoy cruise
Voyage took sightseers around NY Harbor and East River
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The entire inside deck of the vessel The Spirit of New Jersey was filled with merry makers on July 23 as senior citizens from Hudson County took a summer cruise around lower Manhattan. The outing, ...
Hindu religious leader visits Secaucus
Joins three-day celebration of temple anniversary
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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Hundreds of people filled the Shree Swaminarayan Temple on Sunday, Aug. 3, sitting cross-legged on the floor and waiting to hear the words of their leader, Acharya Shree Purushottampriyadasji Swami...
SCAFIDI, ANGELA F.
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Funeral mass was celebrated Aug. 6 at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church for Angela F. Scafidi, of Secaucus and formerly of Jersey City. She passed away peacefully at home on Aug. 2. She retired from Br...
One million people out of the lines
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Dear Editor: It was about a year ago that the Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) began mailing its first batch of Skip the Trip notices to our customers, affording a majority of New Jersey citizens the...
One million people out of the lines
Aug 10, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
Dear Editor: It was about a year ago that the Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) began mailing its first batch of Skip the Trip notices to our customers, affording a majority of New Jersey citizens the...
IT’S A FEAST!
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Delicious Italian food, lively dance music and traditional delicacies like fresh hot zeppoles, rice balls, and Limoncello are just some of the fun treats ahead as Holy Rosary Church in Jersey City ...
City of Bayonne reconsidering McCabe contract?
Davis insiders say Bayonne ambulance contract could go to JCMC instead
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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With two years until the McCabe Ambulance contract expires in Bayonne, city officials apparently are looking for other bidders who will provide the service without cost to the city. Sources connect...
We need and deserve better for our kids
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Dear Editor: Hoboken High School, Technology Lost. I appreciate and respect Toback sharing the story below regarding the grant for laptops and the failed experience in utilizing them successfully i...