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Odor control underway near 800 Monroe St. in Hoboken After several residents reported a noxious odor coming from the environmental remediation site located at 800 Monroe St. in Hoboken last week, the city worked with the...

Hoboken resident found dead in Hudson River

According to reports, a 32-year-old Hoboken woman was pulled from the river by emergency personnel at around 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 6 after a man walking his dog along Sinatra Drive near Fourth Street...

Writing Without Rules JC/Hoboken author’s new book gives publication tips

There are some who treat writing like an exclusive fraternity or sorority that not just anyone should be allowed to join – and perhaps it’s because they work so hard at it. What some...

Odor control underway near 800 Monroe St. in Hoboken

After several residents reported a noxious odor coming from the environmental remediation site located at 800 Monroe St. in Hoboken the city has begun to work with the contractor and the appropriate enforcement agencies...

Where you will and won’t be able to get pot Hudson County towns pass...

Recreational marijuana use remains a contentious discussion point across the country, as it has been legalized in nine states, but still remains illegal in New Jersey. It’s also technically illegal under federal law. However, since...

Hoboken mayor wants to lure startups to his city

After Gov. Phil Murphy announced a new $500 million fund to allow the state to invest and partner with start-up companies that relocate to New Jersey, Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla said Hoboken is the...

Art, food, and The Smithereens ’80s band headlines semi-annual Hoboken festival

The 25th Annual Hoboken Arts & Music Festival will return to Washington Street, from Observer Highway to Seventh Street, on Sunday, Sept. 30 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The free event will draw an...

Paid $50 for their vote? Campaign worker charged in connection with alleged fraud in...

People have long discussed potential voter fraud in Hudson County elections, but investigations going back years have rarely borne fruit. However, on Thursday, Sept. 20, the U.S. Attorney's Office charged a Hoboken resident, Lizaida...

Council urges city to finalize Fire Department contract Also at meeting: Business owners question...

The City Council has unanimously approved a resolution that urges Mayor Ravi Bhalla to enter into a new contract with the Hoboken Fire Officers Association, Local 1076. The association, comprised primarily of battalion chiefs...

‘Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike’ is funny and fun Tony-winning play brings...

Mile Square Theatre’s latest play is very funny. It’s also touching and insightful, revealing, heart-warming, and fun. But mostly, it’s funny. “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” running Wednesdays through Sundays until Oct....
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