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Refugees proclaimed welcome by Stevens student government

The Student Government Association at Stevens Institute of Technology passed a proclamation this week declaring that Stevens Institute of Technology welcomes refugees. The resolution states, “The 106th Senate of the Student Government Association and students...

Historical walking tour announced for Hoboken

The Hoboken Historical Museum will host a new series of architect and archivist led historical walking tours, as part of its “Greetings from Hudson County: A Postcard History Then and Now” exhibition. The tours...

WNY varsity baseball player allegedly hazed

Today, allegations of a hazing incident at a varsity baseball event surfaced, when West New York Mayor Felix Roque announced that a West New York teacher came to his office on Tuesday to inform...

State gives JC $2 M for Grand Street redevelopment

Jersey City has been selected to receive $2,079,331 from the New Jersey Department of Transportation fiscal year 2019 municipal aid program for the Grand Street improvements project, according to a letter issued to the...

Should inmates be allowed to vote?

State Sen. Sandra Cunningham sought support from the Jersey City municipal council at the March 27 meeting for a bill she and state Sen. Ronald Rice Sr. are sponsoring that would allow New Jersey...

What you need to know about the 2020 Census

The U.S. Census, conducted every 10 years, is a big deal this time around. Federal funding and political representation for New Jerseyeans may be at risk if the count is not accurate. That’s the...

Going up and up in Journal Square

When Mayor Steven Fulop told the New JSQ Community Association last August that development in Journal Square was still on track, some people may have questioned it. Legal issues involving other parcels along the historic...


JCMC receives hip and knee replacement certification  Jersey City Medical Center has been recognized as a DNV GL Healthcare certified Hip & Knee Replacement Program.  The certification, based on standards set forth by DNV...


City awarded $937,945 for transportation initiatives The New Jersey Department of Transportation has awarded Hoboken $937,945 for transportation funding through the state’s 2019 Municipal Aid Program. This funding will be used by the city for various...

Calabro conundrum

Facing increasing enrollment and a reduction in state aid, the Hoboken Board of Education will make a decision about whether the district should combine Calabro and Brandt elementary schools to help provide enough classroom...
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