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‘How are you doing at the North Pole?’ Post office responds to Hoboken kids’...

“Santa Claws 1 reindeer-Lane north pole Alaska,” reads an envelope in a child’s handwriting, sitting on top of several others like it in the Hoboken Post Office. “Dear Santa, I have been very good. How...

We’ll be watching you City revamps its security camera system

A three-phase, multi-year program will entirely revamp the city’s public safety camera system, according to Public Safety Director James Shea, who is seeking approval from the City Council for three funding resolutions. Shea said the...

Light up the night Residents enjoy annual tree lighting, parade, fireworks

Christmas lights filled Flanagan Way and floats rolled down the street for the town’s annual Holiday Bazaar and tree lighting last Saturday. Residents enjoyed a full day of food, crafts, music, and fireworks._____________“I liked...

Spreading peace through song Elementary school students perform for parents

Former Beatle John Lennon may be long gone, but his music was alive for two performances by the Robert Fulton Elementary School Choir on Thursday, Dec. 8 and Friday, Dec. 9. The first performance...

Memories of Ol’ Blue Eyes Locals share stories on Sinatra’s 101st birthday

On Monday, Dec. 12, one of Hoboken’s most famous former residents would have turned 101: Legendary crooner Frank “Ol’ Blue Eyes” Sinatra. To commemorate the special day, City Clerk James Farina, a big Sinatra...

Celebrating legends Hudson County Chamber of Commerce honors community leaders

In one of the premier social events of the year, the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce honored four local “Legends’’ for their impact on the community at its Dec. 8 Legends Ball in Jersey...

Things of beauty Secaucus jeweler opens gallery featuring international artists

For many people in Secaucus, the most notable thing about the new art gallery opening on Paterson Plank Road next year will be the seven-foot-tall replica of Cellini's bronze statue of Perseus with the...

Group expands to help needy people who need legal aid Moves from Hoboken to...

For those familiar with the classic movie “On the Waterfront,” they know the basement of St. Peter & Paul Church in Hoboken was originally a meeting place of people attempting to reform the crime-ridden...

Warming things up North Hudson Firefighters hold 17th annual Santa parade

With weather forecasters predicting the season’s first snowfall this past Sunday, local residents -- especially kids –were very much in the mood for the North Hudson Firefighters Association and Fire Officers’ 17th annual Santa...


Jersey City man charged in September murder Kenneth Barnes, 19, of Jersey City, was charged on Dec. 13 with murder, attempted murder, two counts of aggravated assault, possession of a firearm for an unlawful purpose,...
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