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Weehawken has vaccinated more than half of adults Restrictions continue to be lifted as...

Weehawken has vaccinated 55 percent of its adults, according to a COVID-19 update, administering doses to eligible residents at a joint site with Union City and the North Hudson Community Action Corp. "We can do...

Hudson County vaccine site open on a Saturday so kids don’t miss school

Hudson County will open its vaccination center in Kearny on Saturday, May 15, to administer the Pfizer vaccine to anyone 12 or older who lives, works, or studies in Hudson County. The decision to add...

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NBHS volunteer opportunity As a Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS partner school, North Bergen High School seeks technical volunteers to help bring outside experience to the classroom. Email Dr. Bacha at fbacha@northbergen.k12.nj.us or apply at Microsoft.com/TEALS. Jersey City's new vaccine site The site...

Bill expands protection for former and current judges Legislation would tackle an uptick in...

Proposed legislation to provide greater protection for current and former judges by establishing an order of protection for judges experiencing harassment was advanced by the Assembly Judiciary Committee on May 12. The legislation was sponsored...

County partners to provide vaccines at Lincoln Park May 13

The Hudson County Vaccine Task Force and the Hudson Regional Health Commission are partnering with The Islamic Council of Hudson County to bring a pop-up vaccination site to Lincoln Park on Thursday, May 13. The...

Officials break ground on Rebuild By Design Project aims to protect Hoboken, Weehawken, and...

United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Marcia Fudge, Governor Phil Murphy, legislators, and local officials broke ground on the Rebuild by Design Hudson River Project in Hoboken this week. The resilient infrastructure project,...

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North Bergen marks AAPI Heritage Month The township celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islanders and pledges its “commitment to combating racism, violence, and xenophobia in all their forms.” Hoboken daycare worker charged with abusing infant Diana Camacho...

‘For this targeted group … speech is no longer free’ ACLU-NJ seeks dismissal of...

Freedom of speech and the right to peacefully assemble are at the center of a new brief filed by the ACLU-NJ on behalf of protesters who were issued temporary restraining orders and arrested after...

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Coach Bob Hurley is Alive and Kicking In the Spring, 2021, issue of Jersey City Magazine, we made a serious error. We mistakenly reported that legendary coach and beloved Jersey City native Bob Hurley had...

Still grappling over eliminating mandatory minimum sentences Gov. Murphy has taken action, but many...

Gov. Phil Murphy has conditionally vetoed a bill that would have eliminated mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent offenses. The governor’s conditional veto on April 19 removes provisions that would have weakened penalties associated with public...
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