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We stand corrected Two recent columns and one news story that appeared in The Hudson Reporter contained factual errors. The columns and story were about an alleged rape by a campaign worker in Phil Murphy’s...

A ‘Shark Tank’ of their own Explore Middle School students pursue innovation solutions

Using the ABC prime time show “Shark Tank” as a model, students from Explore Middle School recently presented their second quarter projects to administrators at Hudson County Schools of Technology. The presentations all provided...

Prosecutor’s office: public assistance needed in fatal North Bergen hit and run

Woman killed in North Bergen hit and run On Feb. 18, at approximately 8:15 p.m., the North Bergen Police Department received a 911 call reporting a body lying in the roadway on 43rd Street in...

Early dismissal for Hoboken schools

According to the Hoboken school district’s website, Hoboken public school students will be dismissed at 1 p.m. on Feb. 20 due to forecasted inclement weather, as will all other Hudson County public schools. According to...

Hudson County is a happening place DeGise accentuates the positive in annual address

Maintaining that his administration has lived up to many of the promises made in 2018, Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise focused on the positive in his annual State of the County address. Each year, the...

No barriers to beauty Rebuild by Design team hosts public workshop

Planters, seating, and signs that show the way are all possible features that could be included in a northern section of the Rebuild by Design project, which aims to protect the city from flooding. The...

Firefighter remembered 50 years later Family legacy lives on

Katheryn Gelchion remembers the smell of a building burning around the corner from her childhood home, on a snowy night on February 12, 1969. She and her four siblings went to sleep worried about...

Is there a Mocco/Wainstein connection? A picture's worth ...

When is a photograph just a picture, and when is it a "smoking gun?" Recently, photos were published in the New Jersey Globe website depicting former North Bergen township clerk Joe Mocco entering the campaign headquarters...

Remembering Nevaeh Hernandez One year later, locals mark a tragic loss

When Nevaeh Hernandez arrived home from school on Feb. 9 of last year with a headache and fever, her parents took her to an area hospital to be examined. According to the Hernandez family, Nevaeh...

We got your kid! Telephone scams claim family members are being held hostage

Some residents of Secaucus have been getting calls claiming their kids, wives or other family members have been arrested, requesting money be wired for their release. The calls come in a variety of ways that...
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