Celebrating strong women
WNY holds second International Women’s Day event
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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When Commissioner Fior D’Aliza Frias organized the first International Women’s Day gathering in West New York a year ago, she simply thought it was the right thing to do at the right time. It was t...

9/11 wreckage was not a political 'gift,' says Mayor Gonnelli
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Mayor Michael Gonnelli presented evidence last week that partly contradicts a New York Times cover story saying that certain mayors got a piece of 9/11 wreckage in the last few years as a political...
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Funeral services were held March 10 for Rocco J. Paradiso, 85, of Union City. He passed away March 6. He was born in Woodbridge and lived most of his life in Union City. Rocco was a bus driver for ...
Deadline looms for Obamacare
NHCAC and other community organizations scramble to get people signed up in time
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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With a local waiting list of 4,000 people and only 13 enrollment specialists to help them sign up for insurance under the provisions of the federal Affordable Healthcare Act, officials at North Hud...
Sweetheart deals in Hoboken
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Dear Editor: I would like to submit this letter as a public service announcement for the taxpayers of the City of Hoboken. As you may know, May 1, 2014 is the deadline for registering an appeal of ...
Check and protect
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Dear Editor: On Tuesday, February 18th, a fast moving 5-alarm fire ripped through a multi-family home in Weehawken. The fire began on the first floor of the three story building and soon engulfed t...
Providing internet
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Dear Editor: Providing internet to low-income families won't improve educational standards of children local school districts, cable companies, and technology companies are working hard to market a...
Police Beat
by Compiled by Dean DeChiaro
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Man claims woman hit her with car A Hudson County woman has filed a police report to protect her and her family after she claimed a man tried to extort her by pretending that she hit him with her c...
A nightmare for vendors
Sandy problem could foreshadow impact of Pulaski Skyway closing
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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A move made in early 2012 to save money on the transport of election machines may have backfired in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and may pose potential problems for other out of county service provi...
Your cheatin’ heart
Website claims Bayonne, North Bergen are top ‘cheating cities’ in NJ
by Art Schwartz
Reporter staff writer
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“When it comes to monogamy, we paint it as a fairy tale, but the truth is we’re not a very monogamous society,” said sports attorney Noel Biderman in a recent phone interview. As the founder and CE...