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American Red Cross needs blood donations With many regular donors delaying giving blood to take final summer vacations and prepare for school, the American Red Cross has an emergency need for blood and platelet...

Movies Under the Stars to be held at Hoboken’s new resiliency park

Hoboken will host Movies Under the Stars at the new 7th and Jackson Park for the first time on Tuesday, Aug. 20, at 8:15 p.m. The special screening will be “A Star is Born” featuring...

Hoboken to host community meeting on Jefferson Park renovation

Mayor Ravi Bhalla and the City of Hoboken will host a community meeting to present proposals to renovate Jefferson Park in Southwest Hoboken. “In addition to acquiring new open space, upgrading our existing parks is...

Alternative ferry sites deemed unsuitable in NJ Transit reports

Although Hoboken officials and an engineering study say Hoboken South and Bayonne Military Ocean Terminal are ideal locations for New York Waterway’s new ferry homeport for maintenance and refueling, New Jersey Transit has released...

Hoboken ethics regulations cause a stir

The City Council has adopted an ordinance that updates the city’s ethics code to prohibit politicking on public property. The ordinance was adopted by a 7-2 vote. Council members Jim Doyle and Emily Jabbour voted...

United against crime

Residents and members of law enforcement gathered across the county to celebrate National Night Out Against Crime last Tuesday. The nationwide event promotes police-community partnerships and camaraderie in an effort to make communities safer. It was...

Hoboken brings back car-free Sundays

In an effort to maximize public space for recreation and enjoyment along it’s Hudson River waterfront, Hoboken will close Sinatra Drive to vehicles at two locations on Aug. 11 and Aug. 25. The initiative, also...

City moves toward acquiring Union Dry Dock

The Hoboken City Council has introduced an ordinance 8-0 that would authorize Mayor Ravi Bhalla to use eminent domain to acquire the former Union Dry Dock from New York Waterway for public open space. Should...

Hoboken kicks off Pride Week events with flag raising

The City of Hoboken, Hoboken Pride Group, and Hudson Pride Center raised the Pride flag above city hall to mark the beginning of Hoboken Pride Week on Friday, Aug. 9. For the second consecutive year,...

‘One step closer’ to waterfront park

Months of negotiations are expected now that the Hoboken City Council has passed a resolution 7-0 allowing Mayor Ravi Bhalla to enter into a settlement agreement with the developers of the embattled Monarch site,...
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