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Discover Hoboken History With Hudson County Fair

Discover Hoboken History With Hudson County Fair

The free, family friendly event will take place on Oct. 18, at New Jersey City University. Check out the video below to step back in time.
Jewish Center Becomes First Synagogue to Open in Hoboken in 100 Years

Jewish Center Becomes First Synagogue to Open in Hoboken in 100 Years

Mayor Zimmer joined the 250 supporters who marked the historic opening of the Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish Center with ceremonies and a parade.

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Jewish Center Becomes First Synagogue to Open in Hoboken in 100 Years

Jewish Center Becomes First Synagogue to Open in Hoboken in 100 Years

Mayor Zimmer joined the 250 supporters who marked the historic opening of the Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish Center with ceremonies and a parade.
Belleville High School Teacher Awarded Unsung Heroes Grant

Belleville High School Teacher Awarded Unsung Heroes Grant

Joy Alfano was one of only two teachers in New Jersey and 100 educators nationwide to receive a $2,000 grant from Voya Financial.
Discover Hoboken History With Hudson County Fair

Discover Hoboken History With Hudson County Fair

The free, family friendly event will take place on Oct. 18, at New Jersey City University. Check out the video below to step back in time.
City of Hoboken to Offer Free Seasonal Flu Vaccines

City of Hoboken to Offer Free Seasonal Flu Vaccines

Beginning Oct. 2, the city will be offering free flu vaccines in Assumption Hall at Hoboken University Medical Center.
Hoboken Foodie Returns With Recipe to Cure the Back to School Blues

Hoboken Foodie Returns With Recipe to Cure the Back to School Blues

Hoboken resident and home cook, Laura Denby, plates a dish full of Omega-3s to improve brain focus to help kids study hard from the start.
Revamped Hoboken Shuttle Bus Offering Free Rides Through October

Revamped Hoboken Shuttle Bus Offering Free Rides Through October

Starting Monday, Sept. 15, riders can rediscover the Hop shuttle bus system by riding for no charge as often as they wish.
Hoboken Bar Leads the Way With New Nightlife Mobile App

Hoboken Bar Leads the Way With New Nightlife Mobile App

Texas Arizona Bar Grill is now using HouseTab, an app that lets customers pay with their phones, send drinks, and more friendly features.
Runaway Bridesmaids Hit Hoboken Streets to Fight Human Trafficking

Runaway Bridesmaids Hit Hoboken Streets to Fight Human Trafficking

Runners will hit the streets in a 1-mile fun run around the Mile square in their gowns to raise funds for an anti-trafficking program.
Reminder: Parking Master Plan Committee Meets Tonight, Local Input Needed

Reminder: Parking Master Plan Committee Meets Tonight, Local Input Needed

The Committee seeks the public's input on redesigns to parking, Sinatra Park, and Washington Street. The meeting is Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
Dangerous Water Contamination Affecting Hudson County Seafood

Dangerous Water Contamination Affecting Hudson County Seafood

The DEP has found serious water contamination in the Newark River by Bayonne, warning locals to steer clear of fishing in the area.
POLL: Atlantic County Prosecutor Silent on Handling of Rice Case - What's Your Take?

POLL: Atlantic County Prosecutor Silent on Handling of Rice Case - What's Your Take?

What do you think of the way the Ray Rice prosecution case was handled? Do you think the punishment fit the crime? Let us know in the poll.
Steven's Ranked 76th Best University in the Nation: US News & World Report

Steven's Ranked 76th Best University in the Nation: US News & World Report

The Hoboken University ranks 76th out of 200 national universities that offer a wide range of undergraduate, master's and doctoral programs.
Hoboken Financial Consultant Admits Evading Taxes

Hoboken Financial Consultant Admits Evading Taxes

John Twomey Booth worked with an insurance broker who served the Weehawken Board of Education and the Union City Board of Education.
City to Host Memorial for 57 Hoboken Lives Lost on 9/11

City to Host Memorial for 57 Hoboken Lives Lost on 9/11

The 13th annual memorial service will be held on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Plans for an official 9/11 memorial are still being made.
88th Hoboken Italian Festival Wows Locals on Opening Day in Sinatra Park

88th Hoboken Italian Festival Wows Locals on Opening Day in Sinatra Park

The annual Italian festival will run through Sunday, bringing live music, scrumptious foodie favorites, and family fun to Sinatra Park.
Hoboken Students Receive Back to School Supplies from Assemblyman Garcia

Hoboken Students Receive Back to School Supplies from Assemblyman Garcia

Assemblyman Carmelo G. Garcia joined Councilwoman Beth Mason and the Civic League to give back to Hoboken students in need.
Father of 9-Year-Old Girl Who Killed Gun Instructor Is High-Profile Hudson County Banker

Father of 9-Year-Old Girl Who Killed Gun Instructor Is High-Profile Hudson County Banker

Alex MacLachlan, the girl's father, manages $1.5 billion for an investment firm. The native Australians moved to North Jersey last year.
Local Hoboken Foodie Shares Sweet and Spicy End of Summer Recipes

Local Hoboken Foodie Shares Sweet and Spicy End of Summer Recipes

Hoboken resident and home cook, Laura Denby, serves up a mouthwatering recipe for Chili Rubbed Blackened Salmon with Habanero Mango relish.
Go Green: Learn How to Install Rain Barrels at City Workshop

Go Green: Learn How to Install Rain Barrels at City Workshop

The City of Hoboken Green Team will be holding its third annual Rain Barrel Installation Training and Giveaway on Sept. 18.
Hoboken Theater Company Investigates

Hoboken Theater Company Investigates "Unknown" Shakespeare with Pizza and Wine

The Hudson Shakespeare Company will explore the world of Shakespeare outside the traditional canon in new performances.