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It’s hard to keep up with everything happening in Hudson County, but a look at the list of the top stories of the year may bring you up to date. We’re here to help you...

Former Hudson Reporter account executive Barbara Dillon passes away

Catherine “Barbara” Dillon (nee Pereira), 71, of Weehawken, a beloved mother, grandmother, wife, and a former longtime senior account executive at the Hudson Reporter, passed away peacefully on Dec. 21 at Hoboken University Medical...

Sports Year in Review: 2016

So what were the top sports stories for 2016? We had the crowning of champions and the farewells to major legends. We had dreams fulfilled and other thoughts curtailed. More importantly, we had another year...

Expecting the unexpected

Anyone trying to predict what might happen in politics in 2016 could not possibly have foreseen the strange and sometimes miraculous events that took place over the past year. With the aftermath of Bridgegate trailing...

BRIEFS

Arrests of Jersey City police on alleged corruption appear imminent In a probe initiated by Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and Public Safety Director James Shea, as many as a dozen Jersey City police officers...

Fraud alert!

Internet, mail, phone, and door-to-door scammers are all around, trying to con people out of their money. They may tell a victim that they have their family members in custody, or say that if...

Light up the night

Christmas lights filled Flanagan Way and floats rolled down the street for the town’s annual Holiday Bazaar and tree lighting last Saturday. Residents enjoyed a full day of food, crafts, music, and fireworks._____________“I liked...

Things of beauty

For many people in Secaucus, the most notable thing about the new art gallery opening on Paterson Plank Road next year will be the seven-foot-tall replica of Cellini's bronze statue of Perseus with the...

SECAUCUS BRIEFS

Middle School students create board games in class Secaucus Middle School students in Amanda Jones’ world history class created interactive board games based on the Epic of Gilgamesh, an epic poem from ancient Mesopotamia that is often regarded as...
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