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Celebrating legends Hudson County Chamber of Commerce honors community leaders

In one of the premier social events of the year, the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce honored four local “Legends’’ for their impact on the community at its Dec. 8 Legends Ball in Jersey...

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Early holiday deadlines The Reporter’s office in Bayonne will be closed Friday, Dec. 23, Monday, Dec. 26, and also on Monday, Jan. 2. Display ad deadline for the Jan. 1 edition is Tuesday, Dec. 27...

Where are answers in Hoboken train crash? Questions remain in wake of accident that...

Nearly two months after a commuter train crashed into a platform at the Hoboken terminal, killing a young mother who had just dropped her daughter at day care, the events leading up to the...

‘How are you doing at the North Pole?’ Post office responds to Hoboken kids’...

“Santa Claws 1 reindeer-Lane north pole Alaska,” reads an envelope in a child’s handwriting, sitting on top of several others like it in the Hoboken Post Office. “Dear Santa, I have been very good. How...

Memories of Ol’ Blue Eyes Locals share stories on Sinatra’s 101st birthday

On Monday, Dec. 12, one of Hoboken’s most famous former residents would have turned 101: Legendary crooner Frank “Ol’ Blue Eyes” Sinatra. To commemorate the special day, City Clerk James Farina, a big Sinatra...

Group expands to help needy people who need legal aid Moves from Hoboken to...

For those familiar with the classic movie “On the Waterfront,” they know the basement of St. Peter & Paul Church in Hoboken was originally a meeting place of people attempting to reform the crime-ridden...

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Parking meters roll out on Washington, Hudson streets Parking meters have begun to be installed in uptown Hoboken on Washington and Hudson Streets. The City Council approved the project last June. The meters will be operational...

Businesses coming and going New Korean restaurants, gyms, and clothiers land in town

Hoboken is a busy mile square with new businesses landing here every month. The latest crop includes two Korean restaurants, a clothing wholesaler, and a new fitness studio. Several popular businesses are also leaving the...

Hoboken Family Planning concerned about funding Group offers wide array of services including basic...

“The program is under threat,” said Director Bill Bullock as he sat at a grey oval table in a well lit back conference room of Hoboken Family Planning last week. The non-profit agency is...

Memory lane First Ward councilman hopes to renovate one of city’s last cobblestone streets

On the morning of Dec. 2, Councilman Michael DeFusco took to his computer and posted an online petition urging county officials to give Hoboken a $500,000 grant to preserve and renovate Court Street. The...
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