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A unique program at the Hoboken Public Library is encouraging children to read by providing them a captivating audience - dogs - is looking for certified therapy dog volunteers.
The Hoboken Zoning Board of Adjustments, which normally consists of nine members and two alternates, has been missing five members for nearly 12 months, and will be missing more after several members' terms expire at the end of December.
Facing a rare disease diagnosis wasn't easy for Mary Ann Farley of Hoboken, N.J. Family and friends had never heard of the disease, her doctor had never treated a patient with it, and with little information and resources available, Mary Ann felt alone.
Hoboken's "north end" - an area north of Fourteenth Street and west of Park Avenue - was designated an area in need of rehabilitation on Wednesday night, meaning the neighborhood could see drastic development changes in the coming years.
THERE'S AN APP FOR THAT - The Hoboken Police Department recently joined the nationwide TipSoft network, which uses a mobile app called TipSubmit, seen here, to make it easier for civilians to report crimes.
McLoone's Restaurants Announces a Spring 2014 Opening of "Pier House" in Hoboken, NJ - New venture marks McLoone's tenth restaurant is thrilled to announce that they will be opening a new "Pier House" restaurant at The Shipyard , a mixed-use community of luxury residences and upscale retail space located on Hoboken's northern waterfront facing ... (more)
Lincoln High School Class of 1964 will celebrate their 50th reunion with the classes of 1963, 1965 and any other Lincoln High classes interested in joining them.
SantaCon , the annual gathering of jolly revelers clad in Santa Claus costumes who parade from bar to bar spreading cheer and drinking beer, is returning to Hoboken this Saturday for a third year.
New Jersey Department of Transportation officials are trying to get motorists ready for next year's planned closing of the Pulaski Skyway's northbound lanes.
BigBelly Recycling receptacles were installed throughout Jersey City in 2011 to ease trash pickup and help the recycling process.
The board is seeking to replace Carmelo Garcia, who resigned after being elected to the state Assembly last month, said William Moffitt, board secretary.
Genova Burns Giantomasi Webster's employee benefits team will speak on "Making Sense of the Affordable Care Act" for the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce today.
From 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., mothers can not only shop, but also enjoy snacks and crafts with their kids *The Hoboken Family Association is teaming up with Preschool of Rock and the UFC Gym to host its Holiday Party on Friday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m at the UFC Gym, 316 Sinatra Drive.
The likelihood of a devastating storm surge and coastal flooding like that during Superstorm Sandy will increase as sea level is expected to rise significantly in New Jersey this century, according to a study published Thursday by researchers at Rutgers.