Traditionally, the Memorial High School baseball program has been one of the best teams in Hudson County. The Tigers have even reigned supreme in the state, having captured a fair share of NJSIAA Group...

West New York workers allege political retaliation

Municipal employees from several departments alleged during the public-comments portion of the Feb. 20 Board of Commissioners meeting that they are facing “harassment,” “retaliation,” and “bullying” related to the upcoming May 14 election. West New...


13 artists examine ‘The Human Condition’ at Gutenberg Arts The group exhibition ‘The Human Condition’ is currently on display at the Gutenberg Arts Gallery. It features prints from the recent portfolio of the same name...

Firefighter remembered 50 years later

Katheryn Gelchion remembers the smell of a building burning around the corner from her childhood home, on a snowy night on February 12, 1969. She and her four siblings went to sleep worried about...

The single greatest issue of our generation

Dear Editor: About a year ago, half on impulse, I decided to add a sustainable development minor to my mechanical engineering studies. Through doing so, I have come to realize just how vital it is...

Hudson 2018: in the eye of the ICE storm

Hudson County, like the Mexican border, was a focal point of the national conflict over federal immigration policies in 2018. Controversy over the housing of detainees in the county jail overshadowed some of the county’s...

Bayonne shakes up music programs

Parents and students have expressed disappointment and frustration over the Bayonne school district’s decision to cut the indoor percussion music program. The decision is part of a shift in Bayonne High School’s Department of...

Fixing the leak

Senior citizens playing bingo, cards, or doing yoga at the Senior Center on Centre Avenue may not have to dodge dripping water much longer. The town council authorized $85,000 at its Nov. 27 meeting to...


A mass of Christian burial was offered Nov. 21 at Assumption/All Saints Church in Jersey City for James John Tuzzo, 71, of Jersey City. He passed away peacefully at his residence on Nov. 16...


Help for homeless families; volunteers needed Congregation B’nai Jacob will shelter homeless families Sunday, Dec 9. through Sunday, Dec. 16. This is one of three weeks during the year dedicated to Family Promise of Hudson, which helps...
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