Hoboken News

How should Hoboken be developed?

The Hoboken Chamber of Commerce hosted a roundtable breakfast June 21 to introduce members and residents to professional planner Paul Grygiel of the firm Phillips Preiss Grygiel. The chamber has retained Grygiel to prepare...


HoLa charter school gets to keep its eighth grade The HoLa charter school can keep its eighth grade class, the state Superior Court has ruled. The appellate division ruled in favor of the New Jersey...

Hoboken election shakeup

Hoboken residents will have several more mayoral candidates to consider this November after Mayor Dawn Zimmer made a surprise announcement Tuesday that she will not run for re-election in November. At a press conference...

Redwings off to new heights

A hundred and eighteen Hoboken High School seniors were together for one last time for their graduation ceremony Thursday evening at JFK Stadium. Caps with quotes like “just did it “ “stay gold” and “thank...

How to develop residential units at Neumann Leathers factory

During a five-hour City Council meeting on Wednesday, officials and residents listened to a long presentation by a city planner on several development options for the Neumann Leathers factory complex near the city’s southern...

A book publisher, author, and new Hobokenite

Jason Pinter, a novelist and new Hoboken resident who runs an independent publishing company, will release his sixth thriller novel this Monday, June 26, entitled The Castle. The book – which he says was partly...


Former Council President Campos found guilty of fraud Thursday Joon H. Kim, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced in a press release that a federal jury had found former Hoboken Council President...

Should the city buy Union Dry Dock & Repair Co. on the waterfront?

The Fund for a Better Waterfront, a Hoboken-based nonprofit activist group that has protected the waterfront from overdevelopment, launched an online petition two weeks ago to urge the city to buy private land on...

Singing Sinatras

Jerry Pearce of Clifton, N.J.  was crowned winner last Thursday at the 11th Annual Sinatra Idol contest, in which 15 men from all over the world – from England to Texas—competed in Hoboken’s Sinatra...

A community of support

The Hoboken Public Education Foundation (HPEF) is a local volunteer group that tries to raise awareness about the quality of the Hoboken public schools and raises funds to provide support for new initiatives and...
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