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Secaucus’s Hudson Regional Hospital remodels surgical areas Hudson Regional Hospital’s Institute for Robotic Surgery (IRS) and operating rooms have been open since May 27, with 303 patients treated so far. It features technologically-advanced equipment for...

Countywide calls to remove Columbus tributes

Statues of famous figures are being taken down across the country as protests against historical injustices. In Hudson County residents are calling for the removal of Christopher Columbus statues and the renaming of streets...

Hoboken police seek public’s help in locating two suspected burglars

The Hoboken Police Department seeks the public's help in locating two men who are suspected of committing separate burglaries throughout Hoboken last month. The first is Jersey City resident Luis Medina, 40 who is charged...

Taking care of first responders

State legislators unanimously passed a bill this week that will extend eligibility for accidental disability and death benefits to certain first responders who contract COVID-19. Law enforcement officers, state troopers, firefighters, and emergency medical responders...

NJ Department of Health denies expedited transfer of Bayonne Medical Center operations

With each passing week, new revelations unfold in the ongoing Hudson County hospital crisis. On June 24, the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) denied BMC Hospital LLC’s request for an expedited review of...

Alleged serial burglar apprehended

A man who allegedly committed a series of burglaries and thefts on Hoboken's west side was committed to the Hudson County Correctional Facility after he was transferred into the custody of the Hoboken Police...

Planned but unannounced fireworks displays begin this week

This year Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks will launch through a series of smaller unannounced displays in every borough of New York City for residents of the area to enjoy without creating crowds during...

Hoboken man arrested after allegedly throwing a bottle at a police officer

On Saturday, May 30, at about 10:59 p.m. Officer Shelby Seickendick was pulled over in her marked patrol car and was speaking to a resident of the Hoboken Housing Authority, when she heard an...


Hoboken opens basketball courts, skate park, and playgrounds  Basketball courts at Church Square Park, Elysian Park, and behind the Multi-Service Center have reopened, with restrictions. Staff will be on hand to enforce regulations. The courts under the...

Limiting the budget gap

The Hoboken City Council held a special meeting on June 24 to get an update on the city’s finances and the yet-to-be-introduced city budget. Since January Hoboken officials have projected a multi-million-dollar budget gap this...
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