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The City of Hoboken, in conjunction with Hoboken University Medical Center , will be providing free seasonal flu vaccines on a first come, first served basis for adult Hoboken residents on Thursday, Oct. 2 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Assumption Hall at Hoboken University Medical Center, 308 Willow Avenue. Proof of residency is required.
The last letters of a newly hand-written Torah were inked in Hoboken today to mark the first opening of a synagogue in the Mile Square City in more than 100 years. Throughout the late morning, Rabbi Moshe Shapiro orchestrated a Torah ceremony at Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish Center, at 80 Park St., where children and adults contributed to writing the last of the 304,805 Hebrew letters in the sacred text.
Carlos Perez, the chief executive of the New Jersey Charter School Association, argues that racial segregation is a sign that conventional schools are failing to draw a cross-section of their communities. Whites in Hoboken have fled the district in droves, thanks to its long record of academic failure and racial imbalance.
A new documentary directed by Hoboken resident David Knappe explores the extraordinary characters who are drawn to man's other best friend, the honey bee, including a well-known New York City detective known as "Tony Bees." At a time when thousands of bee colonies are mysteriously dying out, Knappe's film argues that saving the crucial insects from a possible extinction could depend on regular people, even in densely urban areas like Hoboken, discovering the passion to become beekeepers.
Anyone who has ever gone out for a meal with me has learned that the beverage I almost exclusively drink is iced tea. I don't know if it's the Englishman in me and that famed British love of tea or what, but I do enjoy me a glass or three of iced tea .
Because of construction work, the Newark-Journal Square PATH line will operate on a 30-minute schedule between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Sunday, PATH officials said today. The Journal Square-33rd Street line will be on a 10-minute schedule on Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday, officials noted.
Year after year, leaving the summer months behind and welcoming another school year can be a difficult and stressful adjustment. After relaxing and enjoying the sun-filled months, it can be a struggle to retrain your brain to focus, study and learn everyday.
WESTFIELD - Hundreds of "Cake Boss" fans came out to the one-year anniversary of the Westfield location of Carlo's Bakery on Sunday, when the boss himself, Buddy Valastro, held a meet-and-greet. Valastro said he hopes area residents realize his shop offers a lot more than the extravagant cakes featured on the show.
Photo of Nicholas Costantino, founder of the Hoboken-based Empire Realty real-estate firm. Costantino was diagnosed with CF during his childhood, and has been getting treatment at the Cystic Fibrosis Center in New York City ever since.
Hundreds gathered at the tip of Hoboken's Pier A Park on the Hudson River tonight for an interfaith service to commemorating the 56 people the small city lost in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
The City of Hoboken invites the community to rediscover the revamped Hop shuttle bus system with free rides through the end of October. Beginning Monday, Sept.
Broken Silence is a new film, directed by Frank Gigante, inspired by the rising number of teenage suicides and self-harm incidents. The film uses real-life stories to convey the dangers and struggles that bullied individuals face.
In a letter recently released by the city, Interim Police Chief Edelmiro "Eddie" Garcia has responded to claims by a city councilwoman that "alarminga civil rights violations" occurred during the August Hoboken Housing Authority board special meeting at which Executive Director Carmelo Garcia was fired. Garcia was terminated at an Aug. 4 meeting in City Hall's council chambers that saw many more potential attendees that could fit in the room.
A Hoboken-based financial consultant has pleaded guilty to evading payment on taxes on income totaling around $273,000, according to a statement released by the office of U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey Paul Fishman. In a Newark federal court on Monday, John Twomey Booth admitted to willfully attempting to evade the payment of federal personal income tax for calendar year 2008.
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