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Hoboken’s alleged stroller swiper apprehended

Hoboken police arrested city resident Jacquelin Dunleavy, 40, on Thursday for allegedly stealing baby strollers totaling a value of over $3,000. According to a press release from the Police Department, on Nov. 29 at 6:09...

Push for driver’s licenses Activists pressure state to modify ID regulations

Activists are determined to change state laws in order to make it easier for seniors, undocumented immigrants, and other marginalized groups to get drivers' licenses. They have recently conducted a series of educational protests...

Sharing the feast Secaucus mayor joins York Street kids for Thanksgiving feast

Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli has worn a number of hats during his over 40 years in municipal government – volunteer fire chief, Secaucus superintendent of public works, councilman, commissioner at the New Jersey Meadowlands...

Mayor and Stevens to discuss plans for waterfront property

Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla and Stevens Institute of Technology President Nariman Farvardin announced in a press release on Nov. 29 ongoing discussions regarding university-owned waterfront property. The property adjacent to  600 Sinatra Dr. is currently used...

Jersey City Briefs

Police Department promotes 20 to detective The Jersey City Police Department saw a new round of promotions with 20 officers made detective on Nov. 20. The ceremony included presentations by Mayor Steven Fulop, Public Safety Director...

Passing the buck Council approves payroll tax for non-residents

In a move designed to partially avoid a massive tax increase to fund local schools, a unanimous City Council voted 9-0 on Nov. 20 to establish a payroll tax that would affect only private...

Hoboken Briefs

Former Hoboken Mayor Cammarano, others fined $95K for election violations The New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC) has fined a former Hoboken mayor, his mayoral slate, and their campaign manager for allegedly not reporting more...

Holiday happenings North Bergen and Guttenberg gear up for a slew of holiday events

After handing out 1,200 turkeys and 300 bags of meal ingredients last week, North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco is preparing for December's holiday activities. So, too, are Guttenberg Mayor Wayne Zitt and other local officials. Below is a list...

Cooperative Hoboken gallery, hob’art, to close Another artistic collaboration falls victim to high rent,...

Since 2012, hob’art Cooperative Gallery has provided a space for local artists to showcase their work, but after membership has dwindled and rent has increased, the gallery has decided to close its doors by...

Bayonne basketball star commits to Rutgers Gill St. Bernard student honed his skills in...

Paul Mulcahy, a prep school basketball star from Bayonne, officially committed to Rutgers University, which offered him a full-ride basketball scholarship. Mulcahy towers over his 34th Street neighbors who watched him grow into the six-foot...
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