The little print shop that could
92-year-old Hoboken business founded by North Bergen man moves on
by Caren Matzner
Reporter Editor
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Commuters headed toward the Hoboken train station often stop to admire the collection of industrial artifacts in the window of Terminal Printing, the 92-year-old business on River Street two blocks...
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A funeral service was held Oct. 5 for William H. “Jinx” Graw of Lyndhurst. He passed away Oct. 2 while surrounded by his family. Born in Jersey City, he served as a Jersey City police officer for t...
Don’t spend that money here
Civic JC says superpac for Fulop cannot be used to support his mayoral campaign
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Civic JC, a local watchdog organization, has sent a letter to Coalition for Progress, a large political fundraising committee for Mayor Steven Fulop’s now-aborted gubernatorial campaign, warning th...
You can get there from here
Local planner offers alternative route to connect NYC subway with Secaucus
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Port Authority officials and other officials speaking about a three-year-old New York and New Jersey commuter capacity study suggested in late September that a previously shelved plan to extend the...
‘There is no more selfless job’
Feds award huge public safety grant to Jersey City
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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The day before the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, federal officials came to Jersey City to announce the award of an $8.5 million grant to hire more firefighters and enhance the cit...
Soaring Eagles rebound with upset win
Beat nemesis Montclair, ranked No. 7 in the state, thanks to stingy defense
by Jim Hague
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Union City High School head football coach Wilber Valdez realized that his Soaring Eagles had faced the crossroads of their already tough and new-fangled schedule, courtesy of the team’s involvemen...
A celebration of culture
The 41st Annual Hispanic Parade rocks Bergenline Avenue
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Blaring horns, cheering crowds, brightly dressed dancers and loud music filled Bergenline Avenue on Oct. 2, as thousands of people line the street through North Bergen, Guttenberg, West New York, a...
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A funeral service took place Oct. 3 at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Hoboken, for Walter Lenox Groomes Jr. of Hoboken. He passed away Sept. 21. He was the son of Walter Groomes Sr. and Linda Groomes-St...
NJ highest in nation for adults living with parents
But Hudson County clocks in much lower
by Rory Pasquariello
Reporter staff writer
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What used to be the norm – graduating from school and finding a place of your own – is increasingly challenging for the millennial generation. Roughly 47 percent of New Jerseyeans aged 18-34 live a...
Union City’s stray cats star in book
NY woman talks about catching town’s felines in newly published memoir
by Samantha Meyers
Reporter Staff Writer
Oct 09, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 64 64 recommendations | email to a friend
Before living in Union City for 10 years, author of “To Catch a Cat” Heather Green lived and worked as a journalist in Manhattan. When visiting her boyfriend Matt Greer in Union City on weekends, s...