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Stevens serves up tennis court access

Fully vaccinated Hoboken residents can now use four tennis courts at Stevens Institute of Technology through Aug. 22. Hoboken residents over 18 will have access to the courts on the northern end of campus between...

Movies Under the Stars and Concerts in the Park return to Hoboken

Hoboken revealed the final schedule of the free Movies Under the Stars and Concerts in the Park this summer for residents and visitors. “I’m thrilled to invite residents to our popular Movies Under the Stars...

Liberty State Park will have more active recreation space New design dedicates 61 acres...

Liberty State Park will now include approximately 61 acres of active recreation space, according to Olivia Glenn, deputy commissioner for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. This comes after local residents and activists called...

Summer Streets returns to Hoboken Closed streets will expand outdoor dining and recreation

Last year’s popular Summer Streets program is back this year, according to the City of Hoboken and Hoboken Business Alliance. Summer Streets, which also incorporates the city’s Open and Slow Streets programs, will provide additional...

Hudson County municipalities raise LGBTQ+ Pride Flags

All 12 Hudson County municipalities will raise the LGBTQ+ Pride Flag during the month of June. According to a press release, the effort, spearheaded by the Hudson County Democratic Organization and the LGBTQ+ Caucus, is...

Hotel Trades Council endorses Mayor Ravi Bhalla for re-election  

The Hotel Trades Council announced its support for Mayor Ravi Bhalla for re-election. “Ravi Bhalla’s proactive leadership on COVID-19 set an example for mayors around the nation, protecting workers and residents alike,” said Rich Maroko,...


Hudson County celebrates LGBTQ+ Pride All 12 Hudson County municipalities will raise the LGBTQ+ Pride Flag during the month of June. Bayonne, Guttenberg, Harrison, Secaucus, Weehawken, West New York, and Union City held flag raisings...

Hoboken celebrates Pride Month marked with rainbows and vows

Mayor Ravi Bhalla, Hudson Pride Center, elected officials, and residents kicked off Pride Month with a Pride Flag raising outside city hall, and volunteers painted the crosswalks near city hall with the rainbow colors...

Hoboken City Council votes down budget amendment Amendment would have reduced taxes by 4.5...

The Hoboken City Council has defeated an ordinance that would have decreased residents’ municipal taxes this year with a 4-5 vote. The budget amendment, sponsored by Councilwoman Tiffanie Fisher, would have given tax payers a...

GoFundMe launched for family of mother found dead in Hoboken garage

A GoFundMe page has been launched to help provide financial assistance to two children, and funeral arrangements for Elizabeth resident and mother Jazzlyn Terron who was found dead in a Hoboken parking garage last...
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