Ribbon cutting for Jersey City Medical Center
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Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, Joseph Scott, President/CEO of Jersey City Medical Center; and Barry Ostrowsky, President/CEO of Barnabas Health, were among those who attended the ribbon cutting ce...
A new tool against breast cancer
New 3-dimensional mammogram first in Hudson County
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Although medical science has made great strides over the last few decades in helping to detect breast cancer early, the latest innovation at Christ Hospital is expected to help even more. CarePoint...
Learning arts from artists
Kids’ workshops to start again in September
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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What better people to learn about art from than the people who make art? This is the theory behind a new program instituted at the Jersey City Theater Center for kids to learn about art, taking adv...
County school construction to start in fall
Will come to Laurel Hill Park in Secaucus
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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The new Hudson County Schools of Technology (HCST) complex is expected to break ground in Secaucus in September, said Sal Vega, HCST representative to the freeholders, at a freeholders’ meeting las...
A delicate balance: economic development and the environment
NJSEA head shares Meadowlands plans at business breakfast
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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Wayne Hasenbalg had a message, “for all of those naysayers that thought the big bad Sports Authority was going to come on board and undermine… all the great things that were done” by the New Jersey...
Dancing in the streets
Free concert by Bronx Wanderers rocks Guttenberg
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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The “dance floor” was packed with revelers from ages 2 to 80 as the Bronx Wanderers played a blazing set on Boulevard East in Guttenberg on Thursday, Aug. 6. It was the second show of Guttenberg’s ...
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Friars’ Mosley chooses Georgetown
Former UC grid star Kelly booted from Penn State, lands at UMass
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Jagan Mosely was going to face a tough decision when making his choice for a future college. An academic standout at St. Anthony where he plays basketball and has a good chance of being his class v...
Save the monarch butterflies of Hudson County
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Dear Editor: Recently I wrote to a powerful Hudson County politician with what I conceived as a rather esoteric request: throw a life-line to a threatened species of butterfly called the Monarch by...
Stack weighs in on fare hike
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Dear Editor: I am writing to express my opposition to NJ Transit’s proposed 9 percent fare increases and potential service adjustments. As a Mayor and Senator in Hudson County, I am well aware of t...
Financial planners should invest based on clients' best interests, not their own
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Dear Editor: Millions of Americans save for retirement using a 401(k), but how do they know if they are making the best investment decisions. We may not all be Warren Buffet, but we all want someon...