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Hoboken, New Jersey December 05, 2013 Though businesses have many hardware and software technology options today, choosing the right ones can be challenging.
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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.
If you're in the market for a unique gift for that special someone this holiday season, stop by City Hall this weekend to peruse a diverse mix of homemade items at the Hoboken Holiday Craft Fair.
HOBOKEN - For more than 30 years, two Hoboken women regularly ordered the same lunches from a neighborhood "joint" on Washington Street: an egg salad sandwich and a hamburger.
On Sept. 22, 1873, Newton suffered its worst fire in history. The blaze started in George L. Smith's drug store on Main Street, and rapidly spread, swallowing and destroying an estimated $65,000 worth of property.
Hoboken's Fourth Ward Councilman Tim Occhipinto will hold his fourth annual Pasta, Politics and Sinatra campaign fundraiser next week and the event will honor former Hoboken Councilman and Hudson County Freeholder Maurice Fitzgibbons.
The night featured carols and dancing, with Elvis the Elf - known in other contexts as Polka Dot the clown - as the master of ceremonies.
Everybody enjoys a good game of tag. The premise is simple: Run around and hit unsuspecting players so that they are then "it."
A pair of community workshops at the Multi Service Center later this month will provide residents a chance to weigh in on the first phase of a proposed Southwest Park and a redesign of Washington Street, the city announced Tuesday.
The Hoboken Police Department is harnessing the power of technology to make it simpler for residents to submit anonymous tips as part of its ongoing effort to prevent, reduce and solve crimes.
New Jersey employers are concerned about the rising cost of health insurance - and they worry that federal healthcare changes will make it worse.
Whether it's from the economy, the courts or the government, America's family-run small businesses are taking it on the chin these days.
HOBOKEN - Cracks in the pavement, outdated traffic lights and a lack of pedestrian signals point to one thing for some city officials: Washington Street needs a makeover.
Drug bust nets alleged crack, prescriptions Members of the Hoboken Police Department's anti-vice unit executed a search warrant on a Hudson Street apartment last weekend that resulted in two arrests and the seizure of significant amounts of alleged crack cocaine, prescription medications, and marijuana, according to a police report.