Secaucus News

We got your kid!

Some residents of Secaucus have been getting calls claiming their kids, wives or other family members have been arrested, requesting money be wired for their release. The calls come in a variety of ways that...

A life on the river

When Martin Luther pinned up his proclamation on the doors of the Castle Church, Wittenberg, Germany in the 16th Century, he started one of the most fundamental religious revolutions in the history of civilization....

Berckes’ suit settled

The Secaucus Board of Education has settled a lawsuit filed against it by Robert Berckes, who was removed as the high school principal last April. While the details of the agreement remain hazy, the Board...

Paving the way for Gateway project

Two weeks after Gov. Phil Murphy announced in Jersey City that his administration would do everything it could to improve transportation in Northern New Jersey, U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, ranking member of the Senate’s...

Seeking relief

Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli has postponed a plan to protest the proposed opening of the American Dream recreation complex in neighboring East Rutherford in hopes of getting officials of the NJ Sports and Expedition Authority,...

A key piece in the transportation network

Jersey City is poised to sell 14 acres of land it owns in Secaucus as a key piece in the construction of a new Portal Bridge by NJ Transit. “The property had some deed restrictions,”...

Secaucus Briefs

Comedy night to benefit autism programs and Special Olympics The Secaucus Knights of Columbus will host a Comedy Night for Autism Programs and The NJ Special Olympics. The event will be February 23 at 6:30...

Summer of love?

Secaucus resident Summer Nawaz, a junior at Montclair State University, didn’t always know she could write. But once she found out, she couldn't stop. This has led to publication of a highly successful first novel,...

Changes at the top

The recent reorganization meeting was as much a family affair as an official governmental function, as town officials swore in newly elected council members, new fire chiefs, and new police recruits. A reorganization meeting generally...

Al Certo dies at 90

For all the rumors that circulated about Al Certo, legendary boxing manager and a tailor of champions, his life was even more colorful. Certo passed away on Dec. 26 at 90 years old, following complications...
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