Secaucus News

Secaucus commends pillars of the community

Two Secaucus police officers who helped rescue a woman poised to leap off the Route 3 East Bridge were honored by the city council at the April 23 meeting. According to Police Captain Dennis Miller,...

Challenging the political machine

In announcing their candidacy for the Democratic primary in the 32nd Assembly District, Roger Quesada and Mahmoud Mahmoud say they are doing more than just sending a message to mainstream Democrats. The two men want...

A friendly visit to 7th Street fire house

Although known professionally for his red hot temper that matches his fiery colored hair, Sheamus, four-time World Wrestling Entertainment World Heavyweight Champion wrestler, looked more than a little humbled when he stepped into the...

Street work will cause delays

The good news: a number of Secaucus streets will be repaved this summer. Some streets are in dire need, while others will be part of massive utility infrastructure improvements. The bad news: residents can expect...


High Tech High School students awarded $40,000 Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship Two seniors at High Tech High School will each received a $40,000 scholarship through Amazon’s competitive Future Engineer Program. Abakir Hanna and Fady Besada,...

Should inmates be allowed to vote?

State Sen. Sandra Cunningham sought support from the Jersey City municipal council at the March 27 meeting for a bill she and state Sen. Ronald Rice Sr. are sponsoring that would allow New Jersey...

Green advocates gear up for public hearings on NBLG plant

A cluster of environmental organizations calling themselves the “Don’t Gas the Meadowlands” coalition gathered at the Ridgefield Community Center on March 21 to speak with a few hundred Hudson and Bergen County residents opposing...

Thousands stranded after Wrestlemania Monday

Thousands of fans exiting Metlife Stadium after Wrestlemannia 35 in the early hours of April 8 found themselves stranded in the Meadowlands because of a lack of trains. The event, which has been dubbed “The...


Little League opening day is April 6 In what is a certain sign of spring, the 2019 season of the Secaucus Little League will hold its annual opening day ceremony on April 6 at 1:30...

Fall flood still haunts Secaucus residents

In one day last September, a massive downpour of seven inches of rain caused a surge of muddy liquid that engulfed Secaucus yards, parking lots, and basements, and damaged more than 70 homes in...
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