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Quitting the Board of Education Members leave schools board

After two members left recently, the nine-member Hoboken Board of Education hopes to appoint someone new during their next meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 13. Hoboken Board of Education Trustee Irene Sobolov resigned from her seat on the...

Making memories last Hoboken's Right Angle celebrates 35 years of business

Right Angle, a frame shop with two locations in Hoboken, has had some odd requests in its last 35 years of business. From framing million-dollar works of art for Director Steven Spielberg to mounting cocktail napkins...

Among the last of the old guard Tony Amabile dies at 84

Slightly more than a month before his Oct. 1 passing, Anthony Amabile made his way back to the offices of the Hudson Reporter, where he had worked as a columnist for more than a...

Riding and reading First annual Classic Car and Motorcycle Show benefits Secaucus Library

The Friends of the Secaucus Public Library hosted their first Classic Car and Motorcycle Show at the town Recreation Center on Sept. 22. It featured over 60 vintage cars, motorcycles, and trucks, as well...

Community celebrates library Kennedy branch commemorates fifth anniversary with Kids' Carnival

The Kennedy Branch of the North Bergen Free Public Library celebrated its fifth anniversary with a carnival two weeks ago.  Kids enjoyed free rides and games, along with free hot dogs, popcorn, cotton candy, snow...

Rep. Sires takes on 3 opponents Sees 2018 as a critical year for Democrats

Although Democratic Rep. Albio Sires is running for reelection in November against three opponents, he sees his job in the election as getting the vote out for his colleague, U. S. Sen. Robert Menendez. Sires is...

‘Hoboken Hilton’ builders sweeten the pot Developer of 20-story hotel expected to give $5M...

In the next few years, Hoboken may get a pool, an uptown branch of the public library, and more pre-k classes all due to a new redevelopment deal the city has struck with KMS Development Partners, which...


Private investor buys One Harmon Plaza in Secaucus Private investor ZI One Harmon Plaza recently acquired One Harmon Plaza in Secaucus from a joint venture between Mountain Development Corp. and PCCP for $34.25 million. CBRE arranged the off-market transaction, according to Globest.com The partnership of Mountain...


Human Rights Campaign gives Hoboken a perfect score According to a press release from the city, Hoboken has received a score of 100 from the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index, an annual examination of more than...

Construction site evacuated after support beam bends

BAYONNE -- A new 70-unit apartment building on Avenue E near the 22nd Street light rail station was evacuated on Tuesday after the storage of construction materials on the third and fourth floors bent...
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