Hoboken News

Man arrested after allegedly attempting to take an ambulance in Hoboken

The Hoboken Police Department arrested Lyndhurst resident Nicholas Soto, 30, on Oct. 10 at 7:34 a.m. after he allegedly attempted to take an ambulance from Hoboken University Medical Center. According to a press release from...

Free ferries for veterans and members of the military

NY Waterway will provide free ferry/bus service for active-duty service members and military veterans in uniform on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11. NY Waterway offers ferry service to the West 39th Street Ferry Terminal in...

Bring a little sweetness to those in need this Thanksgiving

The Liberty Board of Realtors is collecting store bought pies to be served at the Salvation Army dinner Wednesday, November 27. Please note that homemade pies cannot be accepted. If you would be interested in...

Announcing new management

In January, six newly-elected ward councilmen and women and three Board of Education trustees will take the oath of office before settling into a new year of legislating and policymaking. Incumbent council members swept the...

Less savings for SmartLink users

PATH riders and SmartLink purchasers may have noticed they are getting less bang for their buck after the first phase of the Port Authority toll and fare hikes started on Friday, Nov. 1. When buying...

Council introduces Hoboken Rail Yard amendments

Despite the fact that residents were told a vote would not take place to introduce amendments to the Hoboken Yards Redevelopment Plan, the city council introduced it anyway at the Nov. 6 council meeting,...


Police need help identifying body pulled from the river On Tuesday, Nov. 5, shortly after 12:30 p.m., the Jersey City Police Department received a report of a body floating in the Hudson River near Newport...

Hoboken elects council and school board members

Hoboken residents elected six ward representatives to the Hoboken City Council and three Hoboken Board of Education Trustees. In the First Ward, Councilman Michael DeFusco won against Team Bhalla's Migdalia Pagan Milano with 66.14 percent...

Students, parents protest layoff of High Tech music teacher

Students and parents who recently attended a Hudson County Schools of Technology board meeting questioned why trustees unanimously (8-0-1) voted to lay off one of two music teachers, Jacob Lawson, who is slated to...

Planning Board denies controversial Weehawken development

After a series of nine contentious hearings which began in May, the Weehawken Planning Board unanimously denied Hartz Mountain's application to construct two 18-story residential towers, totaling 335 rental units, on Harbor Blvd. in...
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