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Condos celebrate grand opening

Condo buyers searching for a cosmopolitan lifestyle with NYC views and landscaped outdoor space, at a fraction of the cost of Manhattan, have a new option. According to Coldwell Banker New Homes, a new...

Can’t get your birth certificate locally?

Gov. Christopher Christie recently gave a conditional veto to a bill that would allow birth certificates to be issued in all Hudson County municipalities, after a scandal stopped the practice years ago. But local legislators...

A hot night at the bookstore

One of the things that former Jersey City resident Rachel Kramer Bussel learned as she edited her latest book on women’s erotica is that exploring personal passion can be very liberating. Bussel, the editor of...

The father of modern Secaucus

“I’ve always been lucky to enjoy good health,” former Mayor Paul Amico said in 2013 when he celebrated his 100th birthday. But he was also born with a lot of good luck and political...

HOBOKEN BRIEFS

One cat killed, 1 officer injured, no residents hurt in Hoboken fire A fire broke out in Hoboken early Saturday Feb .4 at 10 a.m. at 57 and 59 Newark St. Police arrived on scene and...

JERSEY CITY BRIEFS

Hudson County CASA needs volunteers to help kids The National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association is seeking new community volunteers in Hudson County. The organization will be holding an information session Wednesday, Feb. 15, at...

NORTH BERGEN BRIEFS

Braddock Park renovations announced Hudson County freeholder Anthony Vanieri recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for lake renovations in James J. Braddock Park. Workers will completely replace the park’s lake during the nine-month project. It is...

SECAUCUS BRIEFS

Secaucus Middle School students learn about being presidential Students in Amanda Jones’ sixth grade American History class at Secaucus High School recently learned about the president’s responsibilities. “Throughout this unit, students applied their knowledge of the...

ON THE JOB WITH BLPThe Hudson Reporter

I’ve been writing for The Hudson Reporter for a few years, but not in the office. I do my part over email and telephone by pitching stories and doing interviews with notable locals for...

Seniors need a raise too

To the Editor: This letter is in regard to BTA President Mr. Alan D’Angelo’s remark in the Bayonne Community News on January 25: “No one can live with no raise for two years,” regarding teacher...
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