Hoboken News


Don’t miss the festival Sunday! On Sunday, Sept. 24, thousands of people will attend the free Hoboken Arts & Music Festival. The festival takes place all day long along Washington Street from Eighth Street to...

Fair heads uptown again

On Sunday, Sept. 24, thousands of people will flood the city’s main drag from Eighth Street to Fourteenth Street for the fall Hoboken Arts & Music Festival, which is celebrating its 24th year of...

Hoboken honeymooners

In January 2012, Hoboken residents Anne and Mike Howard set off on a honeymoon that was supposed to last a year. Instead, it has no end in sight. The couple intended to take a...

School board ruling announced

During last week’s Board of Education meeting, Board President Thomas Kluepfel announced that he and other board members were exonerated on ethics charges brought against them last year regarding funds they donated to the...

Meet Hoboken’s Jacobson brothers

It would be a daunting task to catalog the impact the Jacobson Brothers have had on Hoboken. But let’s start with Jim (Jake) and Michael, born and raised at 1140 Garden St. From a sports...

Police Beat

Parking ‘crunch’ leads to capture of alleged drunk driver Carteret resident Albert Vallejos, 32, was arrested on Sunday Sept. 10 at 1:30 a.m. He was charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, leaving the scene...


Romano survives challenge to running for two positions Anthony Romano, candidate for Hoboken mayor and Hudson County freeholder, will be able to appear on the ballot twice according to reports. Hudson County Superior Court Judge...

Suez smackdown!

For eight years, Mayor Dawn Zimmer and her allies on the City Council publicly supported each other’s agendas – but with a contentious election less than two months away, it’s not just the local...

9/11 memorial completed

On Pier A Park, across the river from the new World Trade Center, stands the city’s new glass-paneled Sept. 11 memorial. The structure is 90 feet long and just over six feet tall. It features...

Educating kids early

A federally funded organization that provides early education to Hoboken kids held a ribbon cutting for a new four-story annex on Garden Street last week. The building, in what used to be the courtyard of...
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