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Hoboken council rejects fine for blocking on social media Council members won't pay $500...

A new ordinance that would have fined Hoboken elected officials $500 for each resident they blocked on social media failed on first reading with a 4-5 vote. The legislation, sponsored by Council members Phil Cohen,...

Hoboken daycare worker charged with abusing infant

The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit arrested a Jersey City woman, 52, after she allegedly abused a nine-month-old girl in her care while an employee of the Kiddie Academy of Hoboken, according...

Hoboken High School invited to International Thespian Festival

Hoboken High School is one of 13 schools invited to perform on the main stage at the nation’s leading high school theatre festival the International Thespian Festival (ITF) which begins June 22  in an...

Concept for Public Works Garage site presented Residents air concerns about building heights

A new Urby mixed-use residential building has been proposed for Hoboken by the developer, Ironstate Development. The project would be erected at the site of the city’s public works garage at 256 Observer Hwy. as...

Hoboken partners with pharmacy on vaccine disbursement Friday

Hoboken will partner with Hoboken Family Pharmacy to offer 200 Moderna vaccines on Friday, April 30 from 9 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at 605 Jackson St. Vaccinations are available to all Hoboken residents and employees...

‘For this targeted group … speech is no longer free’ ACLU-NJ seeks dismissal of...

Freedom of speech and the right to peacefully assemble are at the center of a new brief filed by the ACLU-NJ on behalf of protesters who were issued temporary restraining orders and arrested after...

Issyra Gallery presents ‘The Sea Bridge’ by Christina Fazio

Issyra Gallery will present Christina Fazio with her first solo show this May. Fazio is a painter and licensed architect based in Hoboken. Her first solo show called The Sea Bridge will be on view at...

Vaccine appointments on first-come, first-serve basis in Hoboken

The Hoboken Health Department now allows residents and employees of Hoboken businesses to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment on a first-come, first-serve basis. Residents can book an appointment at the time and day...

Laborers’ International Union of North America endorses Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla

The Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA) endorsed Ravi Bhalla for re-election as mayor of Hoboken. “The New Jersey Laborers Union enthusiastically endorses Ravi Bhalla for mayor," said Raymond M. Pocino, international vice president...

Hoboken joins Resilient Northeastern New Jersey initiative Coalition will create roadmap for reducing flood...

Hoboken will join the Resilient Northeastern New Jersey initiative, which seeks to build upon ongoing resilience work and provide a clear roadmap for improving regional environmental and economic resiliency by reducing flood risk. The coalition...
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