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From brooms to brushes North Bergen janitor becomes star painter

Robert Sundholm was a man on a mission. In the kitchen of his co-op overlooking Braddock Park in North Bergen, he leaned over the blank paper on his naked canvas, smoothly etching it with...

‘Thank you for catching the bad guys’ Secaucus students write letters to local police

Last month, a second grader at the Huber Street School wrote to Police Det. Aniello Schaffer,“How does it feel being a cop? Is the head of the Police Department nice to you? You must...

A place for homeless veterans American Legion needs to raise $1.2M for new five-story...

In April, there will be an empty space at 308 Second St. where American Legion Post 107 now stands. It’s not disbanding, but rather expanding after demolition. Their new building will contain five floors...

An Army veteran, a mayor, and a police standoff Nearby incident with police raises...

After standing behind an armored vehicle on 57th Street for nearly 12 hours last Saturday, Feb. 5, West New York Mayor Felix Roque had a lot of time to think about the harrowing event...

The ‘Power List’ Our annual ranking of Hudson County’s most influential

The status of each of Hudson County’s most influential people rises and falls from year to year. Influence can mean different things, not only political power. Artists, activists, and not-for-profits influence the lives of...

You’re a good play, Charlie Brown Mile Square Theater shines in production that’s not...

There are some things that just make you feel really, really good, no matter what else is happening in your life or in the world. Mile Square Theatre’s production of You’re A Good...

Everybody’s a star Artistic characters come out for annual Snowball

The 2017 version of Art House Productions’ annual Snow Ball was a moment to remember. Organizers said the turnout of several hundred people was larger than any previous year. At the event, Christine Goodman,...

A man in full A review of two books that puncture Chris Christie’s mythology

Before Gov. Chris Christie fell out of favor along the Trump administration’s path toward the White House, he had a chance to become the 2016 Republican candidate for president. He had national visibility and high-level...

Condos celebrate grand opening 801 Palisade Avenue features open design

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? Legislators will attempt to rectify situation

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...
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