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Mental health outreach project kicks off

North Hudson Partnership, composed of several state-funded community nonprofits in northern Hudson County, kicked off its latest project on June 5, dubbed "Mental Health Meet and Greets." All summer, meetings will be held in...

June 4 primaries a decisive win for county and state incumbents

In the June 4th primaries, Hudson County saw only two contested races among Democratic candidates vying for legislative positions. Political outsiders ran unsuccessful grassroots campaigns to unseat County Executive Tom DeGise and Assembly members...

Be prepared!

The Boy Scouts, which was founded in 1909 by British Army Officer Robert Baden-Powell, isn’t the old boys’ club it used to be. In Weehawken, several girls didn’t think twice about joining Scouts BSA. At an...

Americans at last

On May 25, 30 Hudson County residents were sworn in as U.S. citizens on the lawn of Weehawken's American Legion Post 18, which organized the event. Becoming a naturalized citizen is a lengthy process that...


Weehawken Girl Scouts help the homeless Weehawken’s Daisy Girl Scouts recently held a cookie sale. They used the proceeds to go on a grocery shopping trip, and deliver food to the Hoboken Shelter at 300...

Correctional center death leads to lawsuit

The family of Carlos Bonilla, 47, a father of four who died as a result of internal bleeding in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention, has filed a lawsuit against Hudson County and those...

Another senseless tragedy grips Prep athletic community

When someone dies at a very young age, it’s without question a tragedy, both for the person’s immediate loved ones and for the friends who were left behind. When the person is an athlete or...

Forro For All gives free concert at Lincoln Harbor

The UBS Atrium Series will close its seasonal series of free midday concerts with a performance by Rob Curto’s Forro For All on Wednesday, June 5, at 12:30 p.m. The concert will take place...

Hudson County OEM warns of dangerous winds and potential rain May 23

According to an alert sent Thursday, May 23, from the Hudson County Office of Emergency Management, damaging winds of as much as 60 mph could cause scattered power outages, downed trees, and property damage...


NY Waterway crew rescues pilot of downed helicopter A NY Waterway ferry crew aboard the “Gov. Thomas Kean” rescued a helicopter pilot from a crash landing in the Hudson River on May 15. Captain Adam Sciaino...
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