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“You are affecting my kids”

Last week parents urged the Hoboken Board of Education to carefully consider all options before deciding whether to merge Calabro and Brandt elementary schools. The decision to possibly merge the two schools stems from increasing...

Street work will cause delays

The good news: a number of Secaucus streets will be repaved this summer. Some streets are in dire need, while others will be part of massive utility infrastructure improvements. The bad news: residents can expect...

Eight Hudson County residents detained by ICE

Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced on April 8 that it performed a nationwide sweep in which 123 immigrants in New Jersey were arrested. An ICE report said that officers in the Enforcement and Removal Operations...

Religious leaders condemn ‘scare tactics’ in election fliers

Political fliers circulating through North Bergen from mayoral candidate Larry Wainstein’s campaign have caused unanimous disapproval from the New Jersey Coalition of Latino Priests and Latino Ministers (NJCLPLM), which represents 400 faith leaders across...


North Bergen Prevention Coalition moves closer to receiving $1.25 million grant Members of North Bergen’s Drug Prevention Coalition attended a national training conference last week in San Antonio, Texas, which could help secure a...


High Tech High School students awarded $40,000 Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship Two seniors at High Tech High School will each received a $40,000 scholarship through Amazon’s competitive Future Engineer Program. Abakir Hanna and Fady Besada,...

Strength in Numbers

Hoboken property owners and business people raised questions about what could be the city’s first and only Special Improvement District after members of the SID steering committee presented a draft proposal last week. Attendees talked...

Farewell to Frank Theatres

Frank Theatres at South Cove Commons has officially closed, much to the disappointment of many residents of Bayonne and southern Jersey City who patronized the theater since 2005. It was the only movie theater within...

Rutgers studies solutions to storm runoff in North Bergen

The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission is setting the stage for a project that will likely cost hundreds of millions in areas of Hudson County. The goal is to reduce combined sewer overflow events from the...

Hoboken crashes lead to injured pedestrian and closed streets

According to the Hoboken Police Department, on Tuesday, April 16, just before 3 p.m. a vehicle-on-vehicle accident occurred on First and Bloomfield streets, sending one vehicle crashing into the fence of Little City Books....
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