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Making stories with kids Secaucus teacher wins NJ PTA honors at convention

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’ movie premieres this Friday, March 31

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...

County plans to help immigrants Freeholders want to amend union contract to help supply...

Fearing that immigrants may run out of time to renew or gain legal status under threat from policies imposed by President Donald Trump, members of the Hudson County Board of Freeholders hope to amend...

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Fireman’s Auxiliary to hold fundraiser at local Wendy’s The Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Secaucus Exempt Fireman’s Association will be holding a fundraiser March 28 at the Secaucus Wendy’s, located at 16 Meadowlands Parkway, from 5...

Secaucus mayor responds to proposed federal cuts

SECAUCUS -- Last week, Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli briefly discussed President Trump’s federal budget proposal. Trump’s proposal would slash $3 billion from the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program that goes to community...

No sanctuary in Secaucus Mayor and local residents react to suggestion; two playgrounds to...

Two weeks ago, at the Feb. 14 council meeting, Secaucus resident Michele LaRue urged officials to adopt legislation making the town a “sanctuary city.” Sanctuary cities are municipalities that refuse to work with federal...

Learning from letters Secaucus police hold pizza party for students who wrote to them

Back in January, second-grade students at the Huber Street School wrote friendly letters to members of the Secaucus Police Department as part of a unit on how to write letters. On Feb. 28, the Secaucus...

After fire kills toddler, mayor targets response time Claims squad took 40 minutes to...

After a nearly-2-year-old boy died in a fire on Summit Avenue last Saturday, Mayor Brian Stack complained that it took the North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue squad over 40 minutes to put water...

On top of the news Reporter papers win 10 awards in statewide contest

The reporters, graphic artists, and advertising executives for the Hudson Reporter chain of newspapers recently won 10 awards in the prestigious Better Newspaper Contest run annually by the New Jersey Press Association. Members of the...

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Secaucus food pantry seeks donations The Secaucus food pantry needs pasta donations for March. Residents can drop off the items at the senior center, 101 Centre Ave., Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 3...
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