DONOHUE, JAMES F.
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A funeral mass was offered Sept. 30 at the de Paul Chapel at Our Lady of Mercy Church, Jersey City, for James F. Donohue, 81, of Lakewood. He was a retired Hudson County Sheriff’s Officer. He died ...
From pork loin to tacos
Sixth annual Restaurant Night is a mouthful
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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Enzo Carputo, chef for La Reggia in Secaucus, spared no expense in showcasing his restaurant's top eats at the town's annual Restaurant Night Sept. 28. He spent $700 to buy a giant parmigiano reggi...
Support non-Republicans for mayor and council
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Dear Editor: Since January of this year, there has been serious erosion of civil rights in our nation. The Republican president, unchallenged by the Republican majority in congress which has quietl...
CAPPIELLO, DOROTHY JANET
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A funeral mass took place Oct. 2 at St. Ann’s RC Church, Hoboken, for Dorothy Janet Cappiello. She passed away peacefully at the Hoboken University Medical Center on Sept. 27. Raised in Staten Isla...
Final vote on Union Dry Dock property to be held after election
Also: Washington Street work on hold pending safety review
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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On Wednesday, Oct. 4, the Hoboken City Council met to discuss whether to take over waterfront land belonging to a barge-repair company to turn it into a park. They also discussed what to do about o...
Candidates for Board of Education face off
Plenty of opinions, but no sparks fly at Parents Take Action event
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Unlike similar debates in the past, candidates in his year’s school board election agreed more than they disagreed at the Sept. 27 forum hosted by Parents Take Action at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church...
Turning a page
North Bergen’s new library branch celebrates fourth anniversary
by Hannington Dia
Reporter Staff Writer
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North Bergen's downtown Kennedy Branch recently marked its four-year anniversary, with residents and officials looking back on its growth and looking forward to an anticipated expansion in the next...
On November 7th Hoboken has an important choice to make
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Dear Editor: Mayor Dawn Zimmer is leaving after two terms in office, and we must choose who will lead the next chapter in Hoboken’s future. Over the past 8 years there have been some good changes, ...
What to develop in northwest corner
First meeting held in area that was subject of Christie/Zimmer controversy
by Marilyn Baer
Reporter Staff Writer
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Over 60 people met at the Wallace Primary School gymnasium on Thursday, Sept. 29 to discuss how to develop northwestern Hoboken. The meeting was the first of three to be held regarding the North En...
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...