Hoboken News

Council could finalize $113.2M city budget this week

The Hoboken City Council could vote on the municipal budget as early Wednesday’s council meeting or at the subsequent meeting on May 3. The municipal budget is currently drafted at $113.2 million, slightly lower than...

Mile Square Theatre’s production of Harold Pinter’s play is a gem

Great theatre generates a broad range of human emotion. An audience should experience everything from laughter to tears, compassion to joy, despair, giddiness, introspection, revelation, unity and inspiration. Hoboken is fortunate to have a truly...

Police Beat

Woman arrested for alleged identity theft Hoboken police officers Ricky Truppner and Dennis Figueroa Jr. arrested East Brunswick resident Lori Skedlesky, 46, at 8:43 p.m. April 12 and charged her with two counts of identity...

Tooth or consequences

Are you looking for a whiter smile? Start with your dentist. He or she can help you sort through the information about ways to whiten your teeth. Some magazines, television programs, or web sites...


Discolored water still seen throughout the city last week Because of routine maintenance on the Jersey City aqueduct on the evening of April 6, residents were still seeing discolored water last week. The color is...

Meet Hoboken’s newest supervising officers

The Police Department promoted four officers in a ceremony at City Hall led by Chief of Police Ken Ferrante and Mayor Dawn Zimmer in front of a packed room of family, friends, and officials....

Can I see your I.D.?

Over the last four years, the Hudson County Coalition for a Drug-Free Community (HCCDFC) has chosen a day, geared around a popular holiday or time of celebration/parties, to conduct a study on liquor store...

Police Beat

Alleged PCP user arrested Juan Flores, 28, of Union City, was arrested on April 5 at 10:27 p.m. and charged with possession of PCP, obstructing the administration of law, tampering with evidence, possession of drug...

Next step in post office redevelopment plan

A redevelopment plan for the Hoboken Post Office property on lower River Street was introduced by the Hoboken City Council on Wednesday and will now go to the Planning Board for recommendations before returning...


Hoboken terminal suffers overcrowding in wake of Penn Station derailment Hoboken Terminal has been very overcrowded the last few days, as passengers leaving New Jersey Transit trains pushed through crowds to make their way to...
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