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Districts expanding and evolving Local schools change programs, add buildings to grow with county...

Education is supposed to be the “great equalizer” among people from different areas and backgrounds, said education reformer Horace Mann in the 18th century. New Jersey’s public schools rely on a combination of local...

Bringing a 1643 farcical play to 2017 Local high school students modernize French comedy

A young man wearing a green beret and jester outfit dashed onto the stage. He quickly greeted the empty auditorium with cries of “All cellphones off! We're set! We've sexted.” These lines officially launched...

SCOREBOARD Weehawken softball team: Going all in Senior-dominated Indians know this might be best...

For the last four years, the heart and soul, the core, the lifeline of the Weehawken High School softball team has remained the same. For four years, the pitcher and catcher have remained the same...

Hoboken had historic role in the war Officials commemorate WWI centennial

At a ceremony on Wednesday to mark the 100th anniversary of the United States entering World War I, various officials and veterans remembered Hoboken’s important role in the conflict._____________All German-born residents were required to...

Awards for valor Local public safety heroes get recognition for efforts in 2016

When Hoboken police received the first report on Sept. 29, 2016, they were told that a Hudson Bergen Light Rail train had struck a vehicle near the crossing at Paterson Plank Road. That was...

Rising all around New residences underway throughout Hudson County

Both along the waterfront and on the western edges of Hudson County, new housing is rising for those who want to take advantage of the area’s beauty, parks, culture, and six forms of public...

Healthcare in Hudson Amid national health care debate, local hospitals still adding services

In the nation’s ongoing struggle over healthcare, 2016 proved to be an unstable period. Donald Trump promised he would immediately repeal and replace “Obamacare,” although that hasn’t quite happened yet. The New Jersey Policy...

Baseball season opens with festive parade

This year’s Baseball Parade marched down Bergenline Avenue and across town to 76th Street Field on April 18, led by North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco, Guttenberg Mayor Gerald Drasheff, and commissioners and councilpeople from...


Trader Joe’s grand opening announced Trader Joe’s newest location will officially open on Friday, May 19, at 9 a.m. at the corner of Fourteenth Street and Willow Avenue, representatives said. Opening day will include food demonstrations,...


Main city library to reopen on May 1 Library Director Priscilla Gardner has announced the reopening of the Main Library on Monday, May 1 on its regular operating schedule of 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays...
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