Hoboken News

Next elections may go to runoffs

Hoboken may return to holding mayor and council runoff elections starting in 2019, if voters agree to do so during a possible November 2018 referendum vote. The outcome would affect the six ward council...

Next stop: Newark Airport?

Could the PATH train someday take you to Newark Liberty International Airport? The Port Authority is currently looking to extend the PATH to a new station that would connect to the air train to...

Next stop: Newark Airport?

Could the PATH train someday take you to Newark Liberty International Airport? The Port Authority is currently looking to extend the PATH to a new station that would connect to the air train to...

HOBOKEN BRIEFS

Former housing director, terminated by outgoing HHA admin, likely to get $700K settlement The Hoboken Housing Authority approved, at their Nov. 9 meeting, a potential $700,000 payment to settle litigation with Carmelo Garcia, its former...

HOBOKEN BRIEFS

Former housing director, terminated by outgoing HHA admin, likely to get $700K settlement The Hoboken Housing Authority approved, at their Nov. 9 meeting, a potential $700,000 payment to settle litigation with Carmelo Garcia, its former...

Heating up

The seven-member Housing Authority Board of Commissioners met on Dec. 14 in the Adams Gardens building to discuss contracts to fix a heating problem, and other matters. The HHA oversees the city’s 1,353 units of...

Heating up

The seven-member Housing Authority Board of Commissioners met on Dec. 14 in the Adams Gardens building to discuss contracts to fix a heating problem, and other matters. The HHA oversees the city’s 1,353 units of...

Diversity in the schools

At the Hoboken Board of Education’s monthly meeting on Tuesday, Union City resident Courtney Wicks, whose daughter attends eighth grade at Hoboken Middle School (as a choice or paying student), addressed the Hoboken Board...

Diversity in the schools

At the Hoboken Board of Education’s monthly meeting on Tuesday, Union City resident Courtney Wicks, whose daughter attends eighth grade at Hoboken Middle School (as a choice or paying student), addressed the Hoboken Board...

Over a million $$ on mayoral campaigns

Even though this fall’s heated six-way mayoral election ended over a month ago, the conversation has not, as the candidates together spent more than three quarters of a million dollars on the local races. Only...
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