Secaucus News


Check out Impact annual economic Progress Report inside the newspaper Hudson County’s culture, amenities, views, and transportation make it a great place to live and work. In fact, a bevy of unique new businesses have landed...

Secaucus introduces $54.7M budget

The town’s proposed $54.7 million budget, which covers spending from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, will be up for a final hearing of vote on April 25 after being introduced by the Town Council...

Saving lives

The Secaucus Police Department hosted an awards ceremony at Town Hall on March 31, honoring more than two dozen officers for their exceptional bravery and professionalism in 2016. “In the nature of police work,...

Statute of limitations on a hit-and-run?

Omar Monroig was on course to become a professional bodybuilder. The 5'11, 256 pound strongman had already racked up multiple trophies in national bodybuilding competitions. But weeks before his latest challenge, the Garden State...

Can’t get your birth certificate locally?

Gov. Christopher Christie recently gave a conditional veto to a bill that would allow birth certificates to be issued in all Hudson County municipalities, after a scandal stopped the practice years ago. But local legislators...

Can I see your I.D.?

Over the last four years, the Hudson County Coalition for a Drug-Free Community (HCCDFC) has chosen a day, geared around a popular holiday or time of celebration/parties, to conduct a study on liquor store...


First ever town-wide Earth-Day cleanup The Environmental Department will be hosting its first ever “townwide” cleanup this Earth Day. Join the team on Saturday, April 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mill Creek...

Tracking abandoned homes

Secaucus took a step towards joining Hudson County’s efforts to track properties in foreclosure and provide services to their owners at the Town Council meeting on March 14. “The Hudson County Division of Housing...

Making stories with kids

Thiago Leite knows firsthand the grip a tale can have on someone. As a child growing up in Brazil, his mother would frequently read his favorite book ,”The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry,...

Local resident’s book hits big screen

Carrie Pilby, a movie based on the offbeat novel of the same name written by Hoboken-based author (and former Weehawken resident) Caren Lissner, opens the weekend of March 31 in theaters in New York...
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