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‘Not me, us’

The June primary will proceed in New Jersey via vote-by-mail amid the COVID-19 pandemic, after Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order mandating the changes. In Hudson County, the only major election this cycle is...

Massachusetts man charged in Hoboken robbery

Hoboken police officers arrested a Massachusetts man on May19 after he allegedly punched a Hoboken resident in the face and robbed him. On May 19, at about 1:16 p.m., Officer Joseph DiMartino responded to the...

Now providing ECMO

In its latest life saving measure, Christ Hospital  is now providing Extracorporal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) therapy for the treatment of COVID-19 patients who are experiencing respiratory failure. Many COVID-19 patients die of respiratory failure despite...

Is COVID-19 Testing Telling?

This column on COVID-19 testing was written by Michael Rosanoff, MPH, a member of the Bayonne COVID-19 Task Force and epidemiologist from Columbia University. To read the complete version, visit his blog at www.covid-19journal.com There...

Investing in tomorrow

Bank of America has signed on as a Founding Corporate Sponsor of SciTech Scity, Liberty Science Center’s planned 30-acre innovation campus. According to a press release from LSC, Bank of America donated $1 million to...

Keep your distance

Hoboken has had a total of 545 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and another fatality has been reported. According to Mayor Ravi Bhalla, a man in his early 90's died in April but the information...

Fleet Week goes virtual

Giant ships won't be sailing up the Hudson River this week as New York's Fleet Week has gone virtual, due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The U.S. Navy (USN), Marine Corps (USMC) and Coast Guard (USCG)...

Hoboken considers the future of the Office of Constituent Affairs and city engineer

On Wednesday, May 20, the Hoboken City Council will consider on second and final reading, an ordinance to eliminate the city's Office of Constituent Affairs as well as the City Engineer, both of which...

Hudson County overtakes Bergen County for most COVID-19 cases in the state

On May 15, Hudson County overtook Bergen County for the most cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey. Both counties have been considered epicenters for the virus in the state, with Bergen enduring the highest...

Virtual concert raises over $100,000 for Hoboken businesses and residents

On Saturday, May 16 Hoboken held a virtual relief concert to help raise money for the Hoboken Relief Fund. According to Councilman Phil Cohen, who co-chairs the fund with Council President Jen Giattino, the concert...
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