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Shrek musical performers honored As part of the “Showcase of Success” at the Secaucus Board of Education Meeting of May 11, the board recognized and honored the cast, crew, musicians, and staff members of the...

Secaucus goes blue for autism

Secaucus council members painted their faces blue at their most recent meeting, an effort to support a local job training and employment non-profit program for autistic teens. Spectrum Works, based in town, gives job...

BREAKING: Alligator spotted in Secaucus days before kids’ fishing event

SECAUCUS -- A local DPW worker spotted a two and a half foot alligator in the town’s Duck Pond on Wednesday, May 3, Mayor Michael Gonnelli confirmed today. The Duck Pond has no fence...

Let an umbrella be your umbrella

The Secaucus chapter of the People to People International—a worldwide organization that fosters peaceful relationships among different cultures—held its second annual International Festival in Buchmuller Park April 30. The theme for this year's event...

The nurse who needed 911

As a nurse who’d worked the ER at Hackensack University Medical Center, Adriana Riano never thought she would be the one needing to call 911. That changed in April 2016, when Riano was involved...

‘Great News’ comes to Secaucus

The latest NBC sitcom to grace your television sets is one set in Secaucus, although not filmed there. NBC’s “Great News,” which stars Briga Heelan, Tony Award winner Andrea Martin, and Nicole Richie, centers...

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Senior citizens enjoy prom This past week, on a beautiful spring evening, the students of the Secaucus Service, Activities, Involvement, and Leadership (SAIL) program hosted the eighth annual Spring Fling, a senior citizen prom, under...

Council swears in fireman who lost family on 9/11

The Secaucus Volunteer Fire Department has a new member on its roster, and he comes from a family of firefighting heroes. Jared Wetter, 18, officially took the oath to join the force at the...

A math genius in Secaucus

Assimilating to a new country is seldom a simple task. One thing that has helped Chaoyi “Joey” Liang learn the language was his skill at crunching numbers. “Mathematics teaches English, so the vocabulary helped make...

Unique businesses blossom here

Like a boom town in the Old West, Hudson County has seen a slew of big and boutique businesses flock here to take advantage of the location and amenities the area offers. “During the past...
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