Secaucus News

Vainieri named again as freeholder chair

Leadership on the Hudson County Board of Freeholders remains unchanged from 2018. The board voted on Jan. 2 to retain Anthony Vainieri of North Bergen as chairman, Bill O’Dea from Jersey City as vice...

No risk at Hudson Regional?

Officials at Hudson Regional Hospital in Secaucus say their patients do not need to be concerned about exposure to life-threatening viruses that a state report claims may have happened at the HealthPlus Surgery Center...

Water, water everywhere

More than 70 homes in the center of Secaucus flooded during a series of rain storms in early December, and Mayor Michael Gonnelli has begun to crack down on corporations responsible for maintaining drainage...

Secaucus Briefs

Newspaper Media Group taps veteran editor for Hudson County papers As part of Newspaper Media Group’s ongoing commitment to serving Hudson County’s thriving communities, NMG has tapped Bruce Moran as Department Editor. Moran, a veteran...

More than just a small town

2018 was a year that reminded its residents how much Secaucus is a small town at heart dealing with many of the problems that urban communities face. Secaucus was once a suburban community to which...

North Hudson Year in Review

The greater North Hudson area was the scene of some major stories in 2018. Major shifts in the housing market are underway as a development boom has led to the construction of thousands of residential...

A year to remember, unhappily

Hudson County politics made history in 2018, but not in a positive way, and local events reflected some of the broader conflicts unsettling the nation. U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez fended off a well-heeled Republican challenger...

Hudson 2018: in the eye of the ICE storm

Hudson County, like the Mexican border, was a focal point of the national conflict over federal immigration policies in 2018. Controversy over the housing of detainees in the county jail overshadowed some of the county’s...

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

In what has become a classic holiday tune, the progressive rock band Emerson, Lake and Palmer once sang about getting rain instead of snow for Christmas. Many Seacucus residents who came out for the official...

Fixing the leak

Senior citizens playing bingo, cards, or doing yoga at the Senior Center on Centre Avenue may not have to dodge dripping water much longer. The town council authorized $85,000 at its Nov. 27 meeting to...
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