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Refugees proclaimed welcome by Stevens student government

The Student Government Association at Stevens Institute of Technology passed a proclamation this week declaring that Stevens Institute of Technology welcomes refugees. The resolution states, “The 106th Senate of the Student Government Association and students...

Historical walking tour announced for Hoboken

The Hoboken Historical Museum will host a new series of architect and archivist led historical walking tours, as part of its “Greetings from Hudson County: A Postcard History Then and Now” exhibition. The tours...

WNY varsity baseball player allegedly hazed

Today, allegations of a hazing incident at a varsity baseball event surfaced, when West New York Mayor Felix Roque announced that a West New York teacher came to his office on Tuesday to inform...

State gives JC $2 M for Grand Street redevelopment

Jersey City has been selected to receive $2,079,331 from the New Jersey Department of Transportation fiscal year 2019 municipal aid program for the Grand Street improvements project, according to a letter issued to the...

Bayonne Magazine is here!

This special issue Of "Bayonne: Life on the Peninsula" honors 150 years of Bayonne history, with stunning pictures and informative stories about the town then and now. The magazine is published twice yearly by the...

Thousands stranded after Wrestlemania Monday

Thousands of fans exiting Metlife Stadium after Wrestlemannia 35 in the early hours of April 8 found themselves stranded in the Meadowlands because of a lack of trains. The event, which has been dubbed “The...

Queer Eye star to speak at HCCC April 10

Popular talk and lifestyle television host Karamo Brown will be the featured speaker at the next session of the Hudson County Community College (HCCC) Lecture Series. Best known as the culture expert on the...

Prosecutor to investigate death of 60-year-old JC man

Gregory Harvey, 60, of Jersey City was found unresponsive by Jersey City Police on April 6 inside 112 Wilkinson Ave. Shortly after 1:30 p.m., the Jersey City Police Department received a report of an...

$937,945 awarded to Hoboken for transportation initiatives

The New Jersey Department of Transportation has awarded Hoboken $937,945 for transportation funding through the state’s 2019 “Municipal Aid Program.” This funding will be used by the city for various transportation projects including road repaving,...

Number of ballot petitions for Sacco called into question

Larry Wainstein, Mayor Nicholas Sacco’s opponent in the May 14 mayoral election, has called into question the number of electoral petitions that Sacco and his four running mates received before the deadline of March...
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