Mayor Roque lights a candle with members of the Venezuelan community during the vigil.
Mayor Roque lights a candle with members of the Venezuelan community during the vigil.
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Mayor Roque addresses the Venezuelan community during the vigil
Mayor Roque addresses the Venezuelan community during the vigil
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Mayor Felix E. Roque, M.D., Commissioner Margarita Guzman, Commissioner Cosmo Cirillo, and members of the Venezuelan Community with Venezuelan flags before the vigil and call to action
Mayor Felix E. Roque, M.D., Commissioner Margarita Guzman, Commissioner Cosmo Cirillo, and members of the Venezuelan Community with Venezuelan flags before the vigil and call to action
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Past and current Hudson Reporter reporters celebrate. Left to right: Steven Rodas, Art Schwartz, Joseph Passantino, Al Sullivan, Pasquale Spina and Ricardo Kaulessar. Photo by Alyssa Bredin.
Past and current Hudson Reporter reporters celebrate. Left to right: Steven Rodas, Art Schwartz, Joseph Passantino, Al Sullivan, Pasquale Spina and Ricardo Kaulessar. Photo by Alyssa Bredin.
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THE WINNERS – Members of the Hudson Reporter staff with their awards at a banquet in Weehawken on Wednesday night. Left to right: Victor M. Rodriguez, Caren Matzner, Lisa M. Cuthbert, Marilyn Baer, Terriann Saulino Bish and Al Sullivan. Photo by Alyssa Bredin.
THE WINNERS – Members of the Hudson Reporter staff with their awards at a banquet in Weehawken on Wednesday night. Left to right: Victor M. Rodriguez, Caren Matzner, Lisa M. Cuthbert, Marilyn Baer, Terriann Saulino Bish and Al Sullivan. Photo by Alyssa Bredin.
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Natasha Senko, Jim Thalman and Arian Blanco accept an award for Best Film for “The Poker Lesson” in 2014.
Natasha Senko, Jim Thalman and Arian Blanco accept an award for Best Film for “The Poker Lesson” in 2014.
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Left to right: Hon. Robert Binetti, Past State President of the NJ Elks, Special Children’s Advisor; Mr. Anthony Colasurdo, Weehawken High School Principal; Weehawken Mayor Richard Turner; Lisa Rovito, Weehawken Elks Representative, Grace Denfeld, Patrick Loos, Jaimie Pineda, Altice Representative Marylin Davis, Saba Rafiq, Emily Yang, Misha Nair, Ruchi Amin, Adrian Castellanos, Hayden Lester, Angelica Sanchez, Adviser Christine Mantineo, President of the Weehawken Board of Education Richard Barsa, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Zywicki
Left to right: Hon. Robert Binetti, Past State President of the NJ Elks, Special Children’s Advisor; Mr. Anthony Colasurdo, Weehawken High School Principal; Weehawken Mayor Richard Turner; Lisa Rovito, Weehawken Elks Representative, Grace Denfeld, Patrick Loos, Jaimie Pineda, Altice Representative Marylin Davis, Saba Rafiq, Emily Yang, Misha Nair, Ruchi Amin, Adrian Castellanos, Hayden Lester, Angelica Sanchez, Adviser Christine Mantineo, President of the Weehawken Board of Education Richard Barsa, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Zywicki
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Weehawken High School Class of 2017 member Dakota Rogers-Myers performs as a young skater.
Weehawken High School Class of 2017 member Dakota Rogers-Myers performs as a young skater.
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Jitney buses have a reputation for poor safety. This one caught fire in Bayonne with riders onboard.
Jitney buses have a reputation for poor safety. This one caught fire in Bayonne with riders onboard.
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Alicia Olatuja will headline the next Summer Concert on the Hudson on July 26. (Photo by HarrisonWeinstein.)
Alicia Olatuja will headline the next Summer Concert on the Hudson on July 26. (Photo by HarrisonWeinstein.)
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Lucia Pardo Rea won first place in the Weehawken Elks Drug Awareness Essay Contest for sixth graders earlier this year. In February, she went on to win first place in the Elks East District. And on June 2 she won first place in the State of New Jersey for her essay. On June 28 she was presented with the state award and received a proclamation from Mayor Richard Turner and the Weehawken Town Council for her accomplishment. Pictured above are Lisa Rovito, Past Exalted Ruler and Drug Awareness Chair Weehawken Elks; Robert Sosa, Deputy Mayor; Mayor Richard F. Turner; Lucia Pardo Rea; Robert Zucconi, Rosemary Lavagnino, and Holly Pizzuta, Exalted Ruler.
Lucia Pardo Rea won first place in the Weehawken Elks Drug Awareness Essay Contest for sixth graders earlier this year. In February, she went on to win first place in the Elks East District. And on June 2 she won first place in the State of New Jersey for her essay. On June 28 she was presented with the state award and received a proclamation from Mayor Richard Turner and the Weehawken Town Council for her accomplishment. Pictured above are Lisa Rovito, Past Exalted Ruler and Drug Awareness Chair Weehawken Elks; Robert Sosa, Deputy Mayor; Mayor Richard F. Turner; Lucia Pardo Rea; Robert Zucconi, Rosemary Lavagnino, and Holly Pizzuta, Exalted Ruler.
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Residents enjoyed a concert in Hamilton Park on Sunday July 9, sponsored by Mayor Richard Turner and the Township Council.
Residents enjoyed a concert in Hamilton Park on Sunday July 9, sponsored by Mayor Richard Turner and the Township Council.
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North Bergen Players Director Maurena Luzzi performs “S’wonderful, Someone To Watch Over Me.”
North Bergen Players Director Maurena Luzzi performs “S’wonderful, Someone To Watch Over Me.”
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Robert Lecky performs “Camelot.”
Robert Lecky performs “Camelot.”
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The North Bergen Players perform a dance to Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York.”
The North Bergen Players perform a dance to Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York.”
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