Home News Page 2


Fixing the leak Council authorizes emergency roof repair and limits parking near Buchmuller Park

Senior citizens playing bingo, cards, or doing yoga at the Senior Center on Centre Avenue may not have to dodge dripping water much longer. The town council authorized $85,000 at its Nov. 27 meeting to...

To the rescue Secaucus fireboat offers protection throughout Hudson County

A federal matching grant has enabled the town of Secaucus to purchase a new fire boat that will offer protection to its own residents as well as a number of other towns along the...

Agreement will rebuild homeless shelter St. Lucy’s will see $15 M new building as...

St. Lucy's homeless shelter, which redevelopment in the northern section of Jersey City threatened to displace, will get a new $15 million building across Grove Street from its current home as a result of...

Secaucus Briefs

Secaucus ushers in holiday cheer On Dec 1, Secaucus residents came together in the center of town for the annual tree lighting ceremony. A holiday parade from Huber Street School to the Plaza area kicked...

SantaCon bar crawl returns to Hoboken

The pub crawl known as SantaCon will take place this Saturday, Dec. 15 in Hoboken starting at 10 a.m. People of drinking age dress in holiday costumes including Santa suits, reindeer, and elves, and drink...

Cantigas Women’s Choir to hold annual winter concert on Dec. 15

Hudson County’s Cantigas Women’s Choir will present its 17th annual winter concert titled “To My Mother, The Rose” on Saturday, Dec. 15, at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church. 440 Hoboken Ave., Jersey...

Elected BBOED trustee resigns before starting

Michael Mulcahy, recently elected to a one-year term on the Bayonne Board of Education (BBOED), has resigned his seat before he would have been sworn in on January 3. The timing of Mulcahy’s resignation...

Jersey City man arrested in Hoboken on gun-and-drug related charges

According to the Hoboken Police Department, Jersey City resident Jason Cabrera, age 33, was arrested by Hoboken police for alleged gun possession after officers noticed him asleep at the wheel of a damaged vehicle on...

Annual Jingle Bell 5K in Hoboken to raise funds for new ambulance

The Annual Hoboken Jingle Bell 5K is partnering with The Hoboken Volunteer Ambulance Corps to raise funds for a much-needed new ambulance that will cost $250,000. The race, a 5K run and one-mile fun run,...

Hotel workers union signs new contract in Hoboken

Workers at Hoboken’s only hotel, the W Hoboken, approved their first union contract on Monday, Dec. 10, alongside Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla. According to a press release from the Hotel Trades Council, the contract includes...
moderate rain
37.7 ° F
39.2 °
36 °
86 %
90 %
43 °
37 °
36 °
43 °
49 °


Our 2000-2016 digital archives are at archive.hudsonreporter.com