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Hoboken police respond to late night fireworks

A major quality-of-life problem in the tri-state area right now is fireworks being set off from 10 p.m. through 4 a.m. nightly. In Hoboken fireworks have been exploding for the past 12 nights in...

Pro-bono internship program available to Hoboken businesses

Stevens Institute of Technology's School of Business, in partnership with the City of Hoboken and the Hoboken Business Alliance (HBA), is creating a pro-bono student internship program to help local business. The program will match...

Together at last

After a missed prom and an abandoned senior trip to Disneyworld, seniors at Hoboken High School will get one high school rite of passage: an in-person graduation ceremony. Hoboken students have been learning from home...

Hoboken police arrest Jersey City man for alleged DWI

On June 18 at 11:36 a.m. Sergeant Steven Kranz saw a white Toyota drive through a closed street while working a traffic detail at a construction zone. The street was closed off with traffic cones...


Students organize protest in Secaucus A Black Lives Matter march was held in Secaucus on June 15, from the library marched to Buchmuller Park, where students spoke, including a seventh grader. At the park, protesters took...

Hoboken opposes Kearny power plant

The Hoboken City Council took a stand against a proposed fracked-gas power plant that NJ Transit plans to build along the Hackensack River in Kearny as part of their transit microgrid project. After hearing from...

Hoboken Relief Fund announces virtual music festival

The Hoboken Relief Fund will host a virtual music festival on Thursday June 25 at 5 p.m. to raise money for residents and businesses in need of financial aid due to COVID-19. Performers include Yo...

Hudson County Clerk extends hours to accommodate primary voters

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the primary election in New Jersey has been moved moved from June to July 7, mostly using vote by mail. To ensure that all voters get a chance...

Telephone and video counseling available for Hudson County residents stressed by COVID-19

As New Jersey reopens during Phase 2 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many residents are still coping with the stress the virus has added to their lives. To help residents cope, the Metropolitan Family Health Network...

State attorney general commits to revising Use of Force Policies

Attorney General Gurbir Grewal outlined plans for revising New Jersey's Use of Force Policy, which governs when the state’s 36,000 law enforcement officers may and may not use force against civilians. As part of that...
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