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Suez Water to hold discussions on lead contamination in North Bergen

Suez Water announced that it will hold an information session about lead in drinking water for its customers in Hudson County. The event will be held on June 19 at 6 p.m. at The Boulevard,...

Weehawken moves forward on funding new park

The Weehawken Township Council has authorized the sale of over $4 million in bonds, supplemented by $6 million in grants, to start developing a 3.5-acre waterfront park complex. The township will finance the project in...

North Bergen taps Hudson County’s first Latina police captain

On June 12, the North Bergen Police Department promoted 15 veteran officers to new supervisory positions, at a swearing-in ceremony overseen by Chief Robert Dowd and Public Safety Commissioner Allen Pascual. Among three women who...

Kennedy Dancers announce 2019 Summer Performances

The Kennedy Dancers Inc., located at 79 Central Avenue, Jersey City, have announced their summer performance line up for the month of July. Performances will be on July 17th, 24th, and 31st in various areas...


Weehawken Weekenders planning trips The Weehawken Weekenders have two upcoming trips in the planning stages. The Weekenders will visit the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, for six days and five nights, from July 28 to Aug. 2. A...

Union City secures another $6 million loan from NJ

According to this year’s municipal budget adopted in April, Union City received a $20 million grant of transitional aid last October through a program run by the state’s Department of Community Affairs. Just eight...

A thing of beauty?

Dan O'Connor was walking along the Hackensack River in Secaucus one day when he noticed bits of litter. Although he's an artist, originally he hadn't thought he could use the litter to create a work...

eSports gaming center opens for housing authority residents

Bayonne’s first gaming academy opened in a renovated basement meeting room at Centerville Gardens on East 26th Street on June 6. The Bayonne Housing Authority equipped the room with high speed internet while 514...

Secaucus Kiddie Academy earns national accreditation

Kiddie Academy of Secaucus recently received national accreditation by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the nation’s leading organization of early childhood professionals. Less than 10 percent of all childcare centers,...

Supporting the arts

More than 150 people attended the second annual Hoboken Waterfront Arts Gala last week. The gala, held under tents along the northern waterfront on Sinatra Drive, raised money for programming done by the city’s...
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