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The 14th Street Viaduct will be closed Thursday starting at 9 a.m. to construct the northern bridge deck.
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The 2014 Bayonne mayoral candidates posed for a photograph during a break in the Hudson Reporter debate.
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It's April and more than 80% of those who joined the gym after New Year's have already stopped going.
A drunken Middlesex County man who was with a half-naked woman assaulted a police officer last week on Hudson Place, Hoboken Police said.
CIO - Hoboken, N.J., is a 1-square-mile city tightly packed with row houses. It's home to more than 40,000 residents, and parking is one of the city's major challenges.
The Hoboken Board of Education and Sodexo Presents: Hoboken Health & Wellness Fair.
Mark Mautone, a special education teacher who leads the Hoboken Public School District's Applied Behavior Analysis Program for children with autism at the Wallace Elementary School, has been named the Hudson County Teacher of the Year.
Seabrook injected a little Jersey flair in its latest way to honor staff who make such a difference in the lives of residents at the continuing care retirement community.
Mayor of Jersey City Steven Fulop, the Municipal Council and the Department of Health and Human Services will hold a conference for healthcare providers with a focus on improving behavioral outcomes in the community today at 8 a.m. The event will be hosted by the Jersey City Medical Center and feature discussions involving addiction, youth health ... (more)
Featuring over 300 artists, sculptors, photographers and local crafters, as well as rides, games, face painting, local businesses, restaurants, food vendors, and much more, the 20th Anniversary Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival is set to kick off on Sunday, May 4 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is free.
This portrait of the Israeli exodus from Egypt was painted by artist David Roberts.
The northbound lanes of the Pulaski Skyway are closed for two years as the bridge is reconstructed.
A small memorial on the north end of Hoboken's waterfront marks the spot where two Newark men drowned in the Hudson River this weekend.
Governor Christie's campaign staff and his administration coordinated efforts to win endorsements for his reelection, according to documents created as part of an internal investigation into the George Washington Bridge investigation.
New Jersey and baseball have a long history together. Did you know that: * On June 19, 1846, the first officially recorded, organized baseball match was played under Alexander Joy Cartwright's rules on Elysian Fields in Hoboken.
The NJCU Galleries will have Mimi Smith's gallery, titled "Constructing Art About Life", on display through April 24. An artist's talk will take place Thursday at 4:30 p.m. Since the 1960's Smith has been fashioning clothing as an art form.