Bullied to death
Students and parents attend presentations on anti-bullying and suicide prevention
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
Jan 31, 2016 | 1 1 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend
Ryan Halligan was 13 years old when he killed himself on Oct. 7, 2003 after being the victim of persistent bullying and cyber-bullying. His father, John Halligan, subsequently became a strong advoc...
Doesn’t make sense
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Dear Editor: For seven years now I’ve been conducting a weekly meeting for a vibrant group of visually impaired Hudson County seniors. The group had been funded by the North Hudson Area Agency on A...
A letter from Assemblywoman Annette Chaparro
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Dear Editor: I was proud to be sworn in as a member of the General Assembly to represent my hometown and home county as a representative for the 33rd District of New Jersey in January. But now, the...
KELLY, KAREN MARIE
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A funeral mass was offered Jan. 29 at St. Francis RC Church, Hoboken, for Karen Marie Kelly of Hoboken. She passed away Jan. 23 at home with her family, completing a four year battle with Stage 4 b...
Christie out of touch with the state
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Gov. Christopher Christie appears to be spending way too much time out of New Jersey in his pursuit of the GOP nomination for president. Fortunately, he changed his mind about staying out of the st...
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Snyder’s Washington explodes as inside dominant force
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Ron Washington’s love for the game of basketball started when he was just a toddler, just out of diapers. “I was 3 years old and in day care in Jersey City,” said Washington, the Snyder High School...
HOBOKEN BRIEFS
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Washington Street redesign plan redesigned Mile-square residents and business owners have less than three weeks to find out whether a $15 million plan to redesign the city’s main corridor on Washin...
SECAUCUS BRIEFS
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Eat a hearty breakfast and support a good cause on Feb. 14 The Secaucus Fire Department Exempt Ladies’ Auxiliary is holding their sixth annual Valentine’s Day Breakfast event from 8 a.m. to noon on...