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Hoboken council plans November ballot questions

The Hoboken City Council has introduced two ordinances that would put referendum questions about the municipal Open Space Trust Fund on the November ballot to financially prepare the city for the acquisition and development...

Hoboken vote-by-mail scheme trial continues

The trial of Hoboken political figure and developer Frank "Pupie" Raia will continue on Monday when the jury will hear closing arguments. Raia is allegedly at the center of a vote-by-mail bribery scheme in which...

Hoboken’s Hilton is back

The Hoboken City Council has cleared the way for the city’s second waterfront hotel. Under a new redevelopment agreement and amended redevelopment plan, KMS Development Partners will build a Hilton Hotel on the parking...

Hoboken will spend more than $90 million on latest park

Hoboken has awarded a nearly $50 million contract for construction of a five-acre Northwest Resiliency Park that will be the city’s largest. It’s bounded by Madison Street to the west, Adams Street to the east, 13th...

NJ Transit moving forward with natural gas power plant

NJ Transit is rolling out a resilience program which aims to provide reliable power to portions of Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor, NJ Transit’s Morris and Essex Line, and the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail. The program will...

Hoboken police make first scooter-related arrest

The Hoboken Police Department made its first arrest in relation to illegal use of the city's new e-scooter pilot program, according to a press release from the Hoboken Police Department. On Wednesday, June 19, at...


Hoboken Democratic Committee elects new leadership On Monday, June 10, the Hoboken Democratic Committee held its reorganization meeting for the new term in which committee members elected new leadership. Rachel Hodes was unanimously elected as...

Hoboken and NY Waterway at loggerheads – again

Hoboken officials may decide to launch eminent domain proceedings to obtain the former Union Dry Dock property from private ferry company New York Waterway. The city has been battling over the property since NY Waterway,...

Long time educator retires

The Hoboken Board of Education said goodbye to longtime teacher Gary Enrico last week at their monthly meeting. Enrico, a born and raised Hobokenite, has worked for the school district since 1976 and served most...

From Legion to legacy

Legion Park will be renamed in honor of former Hoboken tenant advocate and activist Teofilo “Tom” Olivieiri after the City Council unanimously approved the resolution on the fifth anniversary of his passing. Olivieri fought against...
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