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Hoboken celebrates World Pride Month with flag raising and rainbow crosswalks

Mayor Ravi Bhalla, the Hudson Pride Center, and activists celebrated the start of World Pride Month with a Pride flag raising outside city hall on Monday, June 3. Bhalla and the city also unveiled...

Hoboken man admits involvement in 2013 voter bribery scheme

According to a press release from U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito, on Thursday, May 30, Dio Braxton, 43, of Hoboken admitted his role in a conspiracy to promote a voter bribery scheme during a 2013...

Forro For All gives free concert at Lincoln Harbor

The UBS Atrium Series will close its seasonal series of free midday concerts with a performance by Rob Curto’s Forro For All on Wednesday, June 5, at 12:30 p.m. The concert will take place...

Fitness week at Harborside

From June 3 to 9, Harborside will host a week of free fitness events, including yoga, kickboxing, spin, CrossFit, and kids’ fitness classes. The events will be held at Harborside Atrium, at 210 Hudson St,...

Pedestrian and cycling path on Bayonne Bridge now open

The 12-foot-wide pedestrian and cycling path on the east side of the Bayonne Bridge is now open from 6 a.m. to midnight daily. The path spans approximately 8,400 feet from Trantor Place in Staten...

Motorist who caused death of five-year-old and father sentenced to 37 years in prison

Scott Hahn, of Hamilton Township, was sentenced to 37 years in prison by a Hudson County Superior Court judge on May 23 for his responsibility in a 2016 NJ Turnpike car crash that resulted...

A City-Wide, All-Day Celebration of Art and Culture in Jersey City on June 7

Art House Productions’ JC Fridays will hold its seasonal festival featuring art events that take place in restaurants, galleries, stores, and event spaces in almost every neighborhood of Jersey City. This June is the 2nd...

High Tech High School Students Awarded Community Service Merit Scholarships

High Tech High School students Cindy Chung of Bayonne and Abakir Hanna of Jersey City were each awarded $2,000 Community Service Merit Scholarships from Hackensack Meridian Health Palisades Medical Center.  The students earned the scholarships as...

Accidental pepper spray discharge at JC school sends 25 kids to hospital

Pepper spray, apparently attached to a student’s key chain, went off at Whitney M. Young Jr. Community School (P.S. 15) on Stegman Street, sending 25  third grade students to the hospital. School Board President Sudhan...

UPDATED:Union City street festival postponed for May 28

Union City officials announced that the street festival scheduled for tonight has been postponed due to projected thunderstorms. "The street festival and concert scheduled for tonight on 32nd Street has been cancelled," a statement from...
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