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An overturned vehicle in Weehawken on the eastbound helix of the Lincoln Tunnel has been cleared, allowing traffic to once again flow smoothly, Port Authority police spokesman Joe Pentangelo said.
Despite the end-of-summer, chilly evening weather, nearly 20 of Hoboken's Community Emergency Response Team could not have looked happier to be soaked to the bone after tackling the ice bucket challenge.
Hitching a ride in Hoboken should be as simple as tapping a button but as of now, mobile apps like Uber that connect users with drivers through the use of GPS technology are currently illegal in Hoboken.
The Hudson County Board of Freeholders approved the County of Hudson to apply for $288,566 from the 2014 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program to allow local municipalities to support activities to prevent and control crime.
More than 200 volunteers met in Hoboken's Church Square Park at 10 a.m. on Aug. 23 to take part in Hoboken Grace Community Church's "1Day Hoboken -- Make Hoboken Better" project.
Street scene in Morristown, one of four north Jersey downtowns vying for bragging rights in a state contest.
On a night in early August, Uber driver Joseph Broytman had just picked up a customer in Hoboken, when a police officer stopped him and knocked on his window.
Does baby sign language work? Experts say it's simple and easy to teach an older baby some sign language.
The fourth Lackawanna Music Festival had the crowd at Pier A Park on Saturday swaying to the sound of indie rock.
Summer reading wasn't just for students this year - the Hoboken Board of Education has had its own assignments to catch up on.
The Lackawanna Music Festival is back in Hoboken for its fourth year with ice cream, family fun and, of course, great tunes.
It looks and acts like a subway, albeit one with cleaner stations. Yet the Port Authority's PATH train is almost three times as expensive per hour to operate than New York 's City's rail system.
New Jersey farmers Rich and Sue Sisti of Catalpa Ridge Farm in rural Wantage Township will be back at the Hoboken Historical Museum Sunday with over a dozen varieties of heirloom tomatoes, freshly picked and ready for sampling at the 13th annual Heirloom Tomato-Tasting Festival from 1 to 5 p.m. Heirlooms are varieties that gardeners have saved by ... (more)
A review of the procurement practices by the Hoboken Housing Authority under former Executive Director Carmelo Garcia was completed by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, which funds and oversees the agency.
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