Hoboken News

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In Hoboken, where rents are high and parking costs are nothing to sneeze at, summer brings another huge expense for working parents – pricy child care options and a lack of low-cost or recreation...

Police Beat

Police arrest seven for alleged robbery, weapon possession, and aggravated assault According to a media release from the Hoboken Police Department, seven individuals were arrested on Thursday, July 20 at 4 p.m. after a "suspected...


Parsippany woman rescued off coast of Hoboken At 4:01 p.m. Monday July 24, Officer Tyler Soto of the Hoboken Police Department’s Waterfront and Parks Unit helped rescue an unidentified woman in the Hudson River. Soto...

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On the second floor at a round table in the Hoboken Public Library, Mariacarla Bettocchi, a 10-year-old student at The Mustard Seed School on Willow Avenue, sits beaming at the latest edition of her...

Bits, bytes, and the arts

The Hoboken Housing Authority has partnered with local non-profits and with City Hall to teach adults about computer coding, and to teach teens about artistic expression and the environment. An organization called CODE IT is...

Water babies

Expectant mothers have a new option when deciding to deliver their baby, now that Hoboken University Medical Center offers water labors and water births. “It’s the reason I chose to have my baby at that...

Police Beat

Alleged bicycle thief was wanted in Florida, police say On Friday, July 14, at 1:09 p.m. the Hoboken Police Department arrested Jersey City resident Joseph Cacio, age 55, in Hoboken. Cacio was charged as a fugitive...


Acid leak near Hoboken/Weehawken border caused light rail delays The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail train was temporarily suspended Wednesday morning from Second Street in Hoboken all the way through Weehawken to the Port Imperial stop. The...

107 years of tradition

One of Hoboken’s most popular and most traditional events is back again, running from Saturday, July 22 through Wednesday, July 26. The 107-year-old St. Ann’s Italian Festival -- known colloquially as “The Feast of...

Another leadership change in the projects

Hoboken Housing Authority Commissioner Dana Wefer, who briefly toyed with running for governor earlier this year, is planning to move out of town and said a tearful goodbye Thursday night to the other members...
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