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Milestone reached in Bayonne ferry service to downtown Manhattan

Ongoing city plans call for the construction of a transit village. There are also numerous incentives for real estate developers to build on Port...

Hoboken’s Mile Square Theatre to present ‘Pipeline’

Mile Square Theatre announced its latest production, "Pipeline." This searing drama by Dominique Morisseau tells the story of Nya, an inner-city public high school teacher,...

No news is not good news

When Fios News Channel shuts down on November 16, Hudson County will have one less broadcast news provider covering local and state issues across...

Lincoln’s football team conjures up coach’s thoughts of ‘Miracle Mets’

Robert Hampton said that he was enjoying his summer vacation on the beaches of Jamaica when the veteran Lincoln High School head football coach...

TASTY TIDBITS

Jaylene Joza was excited to participate in the T-Mobile Home Run Derby at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. recently. The Jersey City...

SCOREBOARD

Jonathan Hilliman played high school football in Jersey City for St. Peter’s Prep and left a legacy of greatness. At Grand and Warren, Hilliman set...

Guttenberg hosts discussion on LGBTQ issues in North Hudson

This year marks the first in which the town of Guttenberg held an official celebration of Hudson County Pride Month. Prior to a Pride flag...

Savvy Senior

Dear Savvy Senior, My 70-year-old mother has become somewhat of a hoarder. Since my father died a few years ago, her house is so disorganized...

DOPAZO, JANET

A funeral mass was offered Aug. 9 at Saint Vincent's Church for Janet Dopazo, 68. She passed away peacefully on Aug. 4 at home,...

MEDINA, ELIUD

Private funeral services have been held for Eliud Medina, 64. He passed away Aug. 10 at Columbus Hospital in Newark. Born in Puerto Rico,...
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