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Hoboken to host special council meeting on the budget Sept. 23

The Hoboken City Council will host a special council meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 6 p.m. virtually to discuss the municipal budget. The agenda for tonight's meeting includes amendments to the $117.8 million introduced...

Jersey City residents to decide fate of Arts and Culture Trust Fund

As ballots begin to get mailed in Hudson County, Mayor Steven Fulop reaffirmed his support for a “YES” vote on Municipal Question #1 which would support Jersey City’s arts community. If approved by the voters...

Alleged price-gouging continues across the state

A Jersey City merchant has been fined $1,750 after allegedly price-gouging essential supplies during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General. The Jersey City merchant is one of...

Hoboken police charge man with robbery

Hoboken police officers arrested a Jersey city man after he allegedly robbed a woman of her purse on Sept. 22 in western Hoboken, according to a press release from the Hoboken Police Department. At about...

Man shot numerous times in Bayonne

Police are investigating the shooting of a man in Bayonne, according to Captain Eric Amato. Officers responded to West 28th Street on a report of shots fired. The investigation confirmed that a man,38, had been shot...

Sacco joins new truckers’ union for kickoff event

North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco spoke at the kickoff event for the NJ United Truckers, also known as Camioneros Unidos. The union's first event was held at Braddock Park on Saturday, Sept. 19. NJ United Truckers The...

North Bergen hosts Halloween Home Decoration Contest

Mayor Nicholas Sacco and the Township Commissioners are pleased to announce a Halloween Home Decoration Contest for North Bergen residents. All residents are invited to participate by dressing up their homes in their "Halloween spookiest." Residents...

Classic cars on Bergenline

North Bergen’s 5th Annual Classic Car and Bike Show took over the north end of Bergenline Avenue on Sept. 19. The crowd ranged from toddlers on tricycles to seniors reminiscing about their vintage rides. Reinvented...

Chiaravalloti legislation to benefit deaf community

Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti (D-Hudson) encourages awareness of the needs of the deaf and hard of hearing community in recognition of International Deaf Awareness Week. He proposed legislation aimed at improving the lives of New Jersey residents...

Bayonne Fire Department to receive 74k federal grant

The Bayonne Fire Department will receive a federal grant for $74,090.91 to help with COVID-19 costs. "The City of Bayonne welcomes this federal grant, which will help the Fire Department cover expenses during the Coronavirus...
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