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(Updated May 22, 9:47 a.m.) Number of cases in Hudson County: 17,814 Number of Deaths: 1,121 Impact of COVID-19 in Hoboken On Tuesday, May 19,, the Hoboken Health Department recorded eight new cases of COVID-19, and three...

Bayonne parking meters and pay stations resume enforcement May 26

The Bayonne Parking Utility announced that enforcement of parking meters and parking lot pay stations will be back in effect as of Tuesday, May 26. Motorists will then be required to pay to use on-street...

Two farmers markets to reopen in Hoboken

Mayor Ravi Bhalla, the City of Hoboken, and Bijou Properties will move the uptown farmers market to under the 14th Street Viaduct on Saturdays beginning on May 30. The uptown market is a temporary relocation...

North Bergen resident won $500 for completing 2020 Census in North Bergen

North Bergen has come up with a clever way to entice residents to complete the 2020 Census: prizes worth hundreds of dollars. Residents who completed the 2020 Census could enter a drawing for a $500...

North Bergen freezes rent increases until September

North Bergen residents coping with the COVID-19 pandemic now have one less thing to worry about: rent increases. The North Bergen Board of Commissioners and Mayor Nicholas Sacco have adopted an ordinance enacting a moratorium...

Hoboken council scheduled to vote on 5 percent total tax levy increase tonight

The Hoboken City Council is scheduled to vote on a resolution tonight that would approve a 5 percent total tax levy increase. The New Jersey Division of Local Government Services (NJDLG) issued a Local Finance...

Massachusetts man charged in Hoboken robbery

Hoboken police officers arrested a Massachusetts man on May19 after he allegedly punched a Hoboken resident in the face and robbed him. On May 19, at about 1:16 p.m., Officer Joseph DiMartino responded to the...

Keep your distance

Hoboken has had a total of 545 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and another fatality has been reported. According to Mayor Ravi Bhalla, a man in his early 90's died in April but the information...

Fleet Week goes virtual

Giant ships won't be sailing up the Hudson River this week as New York's Fleet Week has gone virtual, due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The U.S. Navy (USN), Marine Corps (USMC) and Coast Guard (USCG)...

Hoboken considers the future of the Office of Constituent Affairs and city engineer

On Wednesday, May 20, the Hoboken City Council will consider on second and final reading, an ordinance to eliminate the city's Office of Constituent Affairs as well as the City Engineer, both of which...
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