Hoboken News

Man pleads guilty in alleged Hoboken voter bribery scheme

According to an announcement by U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito  Hoboken resident Matthew Calicchio, 28,  admitted to promoting a voter bribery scheme in two city elections. Calicchio, plead guilty on May 7 before U.S. District Court...

Cutting costs

The City Council introduced an amendment to the city’s $118.2 million preliminary municipal budget, decreasing it to $117.4 million, at its meeting on May 1. The budget funds municipal spending from Jan. 1 through Dec....

A new water deal for Hoboken

Over the next 15 years, Hoboken will be able to invest an estimated $33 million in its troubled water infrastructure, now that the City Council has unanimously approved two ordinances enabling a new contract...

Accidental author

Steven Joseph, an attorney and new Hoboken resident, released his first children’s book in April, titled “ The Last Surviving Dinosaur: The TryantoCrankaTsuris.” The book tells the tale of how the dinosaurs became extinct --...


Annual Spring Arts & Music Festival to be May 19 The 25th annual Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival has been rescheduled due to forecasted rain. The festival was scheduled for Sunday, May 5, but will...


Resident arrested for alleged drug possession  Hoboken resident Jose Quinones, age 68, was arrested on April 29 at 8:07 p.m. He was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of prescription legend drugs,...

Hudson Reporter wins 13 awards from the Garden State Journalists Association

The reporters and graphic artists for The Hudson Reporter newspapers recently won ­ 13 awards in the Garden State Journalists Association’s 72nd Annual Memorial Journalism Awards Competition. The competition, “honoring the best in print, online...

Hudson Theatre Works presents it’s annual 10 Minute Play Festival benefit

Hudson Theatre Works presents “Liasr Lira, Pants on Fire”, this years 10 Minute Play Festival benefitting Hudson Theatre Works, including new plays by John Patrick Shanley, Neil Labute, Richard Vetere, Michael Puzzo, Cynthia Babak,...

Hoboken annual Spring Arts & Music Festival moved to May 19

The 25th annual Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival has been postponed due to forecasted rain, according to a tweet from the city. The festival was scheduled for this Sunday, May 5 but will now...

Hoboken achieves LEED Gold certification

On Wednesday, May 1, Hoboken was honored by the U.S. Green Buildings Council (USGBC) for achieving LEED Gold certification for its commitment to sustainability. Hoboken is the first city in New Jersey, and one...
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