Hoboken News

Hoboken remembers those who’ve served

On Wednesday, May 24, Hoboken residents honored current and departed war veterans at the 119th Annual Memorial Day Parade, the longest running parade in the state. Commander of American Legion Post 107 John Carey...

Urban jewels

The Hoboken Historical Museum will host its summer fundraiser, the Annual Secret Garden Tour, on Sunday, June 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. According to Melissa Abernathy of the Hoboken Historical Museum, the tour...

Police Beat

Wrong way! On Sunday May 21 at 4:13 a.m., 25-year-old West Windsor resident Pabel Lizardo was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated in a school zone, reckless driving, and driving the...

Anti-bullying film premieres

The Hoboken Historical Museum hosted the premier of anti-bullying activist and accredited film maker Frank Gigante’s “Breaking the Silence” on May 11. Gigante’s film was inspired by the deaths of countless teens who were...


Councilman Michael DeFusco announces Hoboken mayoral run First Ward Councilman Michael DeFusco announced last week via an online video that he will run for mayor of Hoboken in the Nov. 7 municipal election. DeFusco cited Mayor Dawn...

‘Vape Van’ will ride again

The Hoboken City Council has entered into a settlement agreement with 9th Cloud Vape Van owner Joseph Ruggiero at its meeting on Wednesday. Ruggiero and his business entered the spotlight recently after a video of...

A safe space

After a local teenager was murdered in his apartment in the Hoboken Housing Authority four months ago, the Boys & Girls Club in the southwestern part of town has created a Saturday night haven...

Interviewing people on a Ferris wheel

Thursday on the waterfront, in Sinatra Park, Hoboken hosted the second Annual Propelify Innovation Festival. The festival, started by Hoboken resident Aaron Price, offered over 80 speakers, live music, exhibits, food, drink, and hiring...

Fur-ever homes

Rescuzilla is a Hoboken-based animal rescue group made up of a network of volunteers willing to take care of animals as they wait for adoption. According to Katherine Good, who has run the group for...

Police Beat

Hoboken resident arrested after allegedly hitting man with an umbrella On Monday May, 15 at 9:58 p.m. the Hoboken Police Department arrested Hoboken resident Luis Rivera, age 50. Rivera was charged with aggravated assault, unlawful possession...
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