Hoboken News

Still undecided about mayoral race?

On Nov. 7, voters will decide Hoboken’s future by electing new representatives for mayor, City Council, and school board. The Reporter has written several stories about differences among the six candidates. To read our...

How Hoboken has changed 5 years after Sandy

Hoboken received long-awaited aid to help the area protect itself from hurricanes and flooding in the form of $230 million in “Rebuild by Design” funds from the federal government, released last week. The funds will...

Pick three

Hoboken residents will elect three Board of Education trustees from a pool of seven candidates during the Nov. 7 election. The seven candidates are divided into two slates and one independent candidate. The Hoboken...

Local dentist pays $5 for kids’ candy

One local dental office is offering a candy buyback program this year to help promote dental hygiene and combat the drastic sugar intake that occurs after Halloween. “In our town, I understand parents already...

Hudson Catholic announces September ‘Students of the Month’

Hudson Catholic has announced that four students have been named Students of the Month for September based on their grade levels. Senior: Katie Boyle – Katie is a resident of Bayonne and a graduate of...


Halloween parade will be Tuesday, Oct. 31 The annual Ragamuffin Parade and Costume Contest will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 31. To participate in the parade, meet on Washington Street between Thirteenth Street and Fourteenth...

Boats, construction, and grids

On Wednesday, Oct. 18 the City Council and public discussed the Washington Street Redesign Project and the possibility of extending construction hours. The council approved the installation of a temporary boathouse despite questions from...

Profiles: Three of six mayoral candidates

On Nov. 7, voters will decide Hoboken’s future by electing new representatives for mayor, City Council, and school board. Below are profiles of three of the six candidates running for mayor. Watch for the other...

City Baptist celebrates its fifth anniversary

Hoboken’s City Baptist Church recently celebrated its fifth anniversary. The church, begun Oct. 14, 2012 by Pastor Philip Rizzo in a rented storefront on Jefferson Street with a few parishioners, has now grown into...

Police Beat

Hoboken resident’s alleged self inflicted wounds results in arrest On Oct. 6 police charged Hoboken resident Robert Negron-Soto, 52, with providing a false report to law enforcement authorities. On Aug. 22 near Third and Monroe...
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