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Santa Claus is coming to Secaucus Jolly St. Nick will make his rounds throughout...

While the COVID-19 pandemic rages across Hudson County, and the holidays have come and gone with less vigor and cheer, the focus remains on stopping the virus and saving lives. Spreading holiday cheer Mayor Michael Gonnelli,...

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Hoboken offers Saturday discounted parking  Hoboken will offer discount parking on Saturdays to facilitate socially distanced shopping and dining. Residents and visitors can park in municipal parking garages at $5 for four hours. The rate applies to...

Governor signs body camera bills Legislation aims to provide more police transparency

Gov. Phil Murphy signed two pieces of legislation; one requiring that every patrol officer wear a body camera, and the other regulating the use of body cameras by law enforcement. The legislation aims to promote...

North Bergen closes town hall as COVID-19 cases rise North Hudson continues to cope...

With the number of COVID-19 cases increasing, North Bergen urges residents to refrain from unnecessary interactions, closing Town Hall to the public, starting Nov. 30. No office visits will be permitted, with the exception of...

Hudson County Freeholders adopt ICE contract Pleas to end immigrant detention brushed aside during...

Lawyers, doctors, immigrant advocates, elected officials, residents, and detainees past and present spent approximately nine hours of an almost 13-hour Hudson County Freeholder meeting urging their representatives not to renew a contract with U.S....

Hudson Regional Hospital distributes Thanksgiving dinners Second Annual Operation Give Thanks answers a need

More than 200 families received turkey dinners and fixings from Hudson Regional Hospital (HRH) on Nov. 23. The distribution is part of its Second Annual Operation Give Thanks. Operation Give Thanks is an alliance among...

Hindus seek public holiday on Diwali in New Jersey

Hindus are seeking public holiday in New Jersey on Diwali, the most popular of their festivals, starting in 2022. Hindu statesman Rajan Zed said that it was not fair with New Jersey Hindu community as...

Guttenberg Arts Gallery announces fall exhibit The works included in MADE HERE: Fall 2020...

Guttenberg Arts Gallery presents MADE HERE: Fall 2020 a group show of Fall Artists in Residence; Cheryl Hochberg, Tenjin Ikeda and Devon Stackonis. On view by appointment only December 5th - January 3rd. The works...

Rep. Pascrell Jr. seeks to disbar Giuliani and 22 other Trump lawyers He said...

Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. has filed letters with the bar authorities in five states seeking the disbarment of Rudolph Giuliani and 22 other lawyers representing President Donald Trump in his attempts to overturn the...

Secaucus town council makes it easier to become a cop The town also regulated...

The Secaucus town council adopted three ordinances at the Nov. 10 meeting. Lowering the passing grade Amid nationwide calls for increased scrutiny of police, Secaucus has made it easier to become a cop. At the Nov. 10...
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