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Hoboken Public Library welcomes back visitors

The Hoboken Public Library officially has reopened after months of gradually reopening due to the ongoing pandemic. Library patrons can once again browse the stacks, use the public computers without an appointment, and visit the...

‘Hell Raiser’ fentanyl trafficker sentenced to 10 years in prison

A federal judge sentenced a Jersey City man to 120 months in prison for offenses pertaining to the possession of two firearms as well as fentanyl trafficking, according to U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito. Tyreek Martin,...

‘Coffee with a cop’

Police Chief Robert Geisler announced that the Bayonne Police Department is inviting residents to join them for coffee and conversation. The Coffee With A Cop event will take place on the lower level of 16th...

Mail-in ballots sent out ahead of school board election

As the November 3 General Election approaches, Bayonne prepares to vote for Board of Education Trustees. Nine candidates have filed to run for the Bayonne Board of Education election on November 3, according to the...

North Bergen celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Mayor Nicholas Sacco and the Township Commissioners wished all residents, neighbors, family, and friends a happy and healthy Hispanic Heritage Month. National Hispanic Heritage Week was established in 1968 and expanded to National Hispanic Heritage...

North Bergen plans for outdoor dining this winter

As the fall weather moves in and temperatures cool off, the Township of North Bergen is working with restaurants, bars, and other eating and drinking establishments to assist them in serving customers safely. Some local...

Hoboken completes 15 blocks of water main replacements

Hoboken has installed the final water main service line replacement, completing the installation of 15 blocks of brand new water mains. As a part of the water infrastructure project, the city replaced nearly 7,000 linear...

Secaucus Recreation Center hosts drive-in movies

For Secaucus moviegoers looking to avoid indoor movie theaters amid COVID-19, the town is hosting drive-in movies outside the Recreation Center at 1200 Koelle Boulevard. Drive-in movies have been held in the parking lot every...

Bayonne public schools remain virtual until November

Bayonne public schools will remain virtual until November. As part of the school district's continuing efforts to evaluate its learning plan, it's been determined that instruction will remain virtual until Wednesday, Nov. 4, according to...

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...
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