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NY Waterway to provide shuttle buses to American Dream mall

Shoppers and theme park enthusiasts hoping to take public transportation to the American Dream mega-mall, slated to open on Oct. 25, will have to take a bus on already traffic-choked roads, unless a private...

Secaucus Police Beat

Sept. 5 At 1:32 p.m., Secaucus Police responded to the Red Roof Inn at 15 Meadowlands Parkway on a report of credit card fraud. During the investigation, the officers arrested 21-year-old Jersey City resident Justice...

East Rutherford Fall Festival will draw Hudson County crowd

East Rutherford will be one of many ideal places to celebrate the crisp weather, seasonal treats, and harvests. At the East Rutherford Fall Festival, attendees will share in the excitement with thousands of others. The...

HCCC to host info sessions for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

The Hudson County Community College (HCCC) Information Technology Services Department will host a series of information sessions this month on cybersecurity. The events have been planned as part of the college’s commitment to National...


Hoboken council candidate forums scheduled The Hoboken Quality of Life Coalition will host two city council candidate forums before the Nov. 5 election in which six ward representatives will be elected. On Tuesday, Oct. 22 the...

“Doctor Faustus” comes to Hoboken and Secaucus Library

Now as we creep into the Halloween season, Hudson Shakespeare Company of Jersey City, returns with “Doctor Faustus” by Christopher Marlowe touring to South River Library. Admission is free. The performances are Thursday, Oct.17 at 7...

AG Grewal gives ICE the cold shoulder

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal has issued a directive to state, county, and local law enforcement agencies that prohibits them from participating in agreements with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), known as 287...


County fair and car show Freeholder Chair Anthony Vainieri and the North Bergen Education Foundation are hosting the 5th annual Hudson County Fair in James J. Braddock Park. The event will take place over two weekends,...

101 and having fun

Antoinette Veronica Scalzo was born two years after Secaucus was incorporated as a town, in 1917. Which makes her a supercentenarian. She remembers a time in the first half of the 20th century in which the...

Hate crime seminar held by NAACP, Hudson County Prosecutor, NJ Division of Criminal Justice

A seminar was held on Sept. 24 in the Bayonne Public Library to discuss hate crimes and bias incidents, including how to report them, and what’s being done to reduce the number of crimes...
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