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Secaucus, New Jersey is located in Hudson County. Zip codes in Secaucus, NJ include 07096, and 07094. The median home price in Secaucus is $379,900 which is roughly $239/per square foot. More Secaucus information.

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7 hrs ago | The Item

Robotic dinosaurs awaken for Secaucus exhibition

Guy Gsell's dinosaurs are pretty tough. Predators cannot eat them. They are highly resistant to rain, screaming children and bugs.

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18 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Star-Ledger columnist says Prieto handing Christie political life raft

Just when the Gov. Christie's political ship was sinking, Democrat Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto of Secaucus, is handing the governor a political life raft by not allowing a vote to renew the 2 percent cap on firefighter and police contracts, according to Star-Ledger columnist Tom Moran.

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Yesterday | The Hudson Reporter

A bicycle of their own CarePoint teams up with Emerald Financial and...

Most kids, rich or poor, city or suburb, want a bicycle of their own. Bicycle enthusiast groups say kids get their first taste of real independence when they get their own bike.

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Sat Apr 19, 2014

The Hudson Reporter

India comes to Secaucus Colorful spring festival of Holi celebrated around town

For one lively and exciting weekend, Secaucus became a suburb of India. A celebration of Holi, the Indian "festival of colors" that welcomes spring, took place in two locations during the first weekend of April.

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The Hudson Reporter

The high price of car ownership North Bergen auto insurance among NJ's most expensive

The website ValuePenguin recently posted an article asking the question, "Which cities have the cheapest car insurance in New Jersey?" In case you're wondering, North Bergen is not among them.

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NJ.com

NJ needs a Department of Health that puts patients first: Opinion

The health care system we encounter as patients has changed dramatically in the past decade.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

NJ.com

Secaucus man critically injured, flown to hospital after Mahwah wreck

A man was in critical condition after a crash on Route 287, near Route 17, in Mahwah Thursday, according to state police.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

Roselle Park News

Bus Service Substitution For NJ Transit Trains April 26-27

On Saturday, April 26th and Sunday, April 27th, between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., NJ Transit buses will replace Raritan Valley Line trains between Cranford, Roselle Park and Union stations due to Conrail and NJ Transit signal modernization work.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

The Item

Star-Ledger parent seeking lease space in Secaucus, sources say

Following a reorganization at the parent of The Star-Ledger, the company is looking to lease space in Secaucus to house consolidated support services for some of the newspapers it owns throughout the state.

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Daily Record

Havana Koi brings Cuban cuisine with a twist to Morristown

Morristown's newest ethnic eatery, Havana Koi, opened on Valentine's Day after winter construction delays.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Group demanding $$ for factory collapse victims demonstrates at...

The activist group 99 Pickets demonstrates outside the home of Jane Elfers, the CEO of The Children's Place, in Allendale on Saturday.

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Bloomberg

Christie Says N.J. Towns Risk Cuts Without 2% Cap on Awards

New Jersey towns and counties risk service cuts if the Democrat-led state Assembly fails to renew a 2 percent cap on negotiated salary awards to unionized police and firefighters, Governor Chris Christie said.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Hudson County track and field championships

Secaucus' Mehek Parikh hands the baton to teammate Lauren Sarmiento in the 4x1600 girls relay at the Hudson County track and field championships on Saturday, April 12, 2014, at Lincoln Park in Jersey City.

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The Jersey Journal

Jersey Journal front and back page news: Saturday, April 12, 2014

Rapper Anthony "Treach" Criss of the hip hop group Naughty by Nature was arrested in Union City yesterday after a short high-speed chase, police say.

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The Jersey Journal

Reunions

The Ladies of Lincoln are holding a reunion for all squads of the Lincoln High School Strutters, past and present, on April 26 at 7 p.m. The reunion, which is semi-formal, will take place at Casino in the Park, 1 Lincoln Park, Jersey City.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Victim of Bangladesh factory collapse in demonstration at Secaucus retailer

A garment worker who was trapped in the rubble of a collapsed Bangladesh factory last year joined about four-dozen labor activists Friday in urging Secaucus-based The Children's Place to increase its payments to victims of the disaster that killed more than 1,100 people.

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The Jersey Journal

Things to do

The Freshly Baked Gallery will host Green Village, a Brooklyn-based recording artist, who will hold its first label showcase on April 19 from 4 to 10 p.m. The event will offer open river horse kegs for $10 and drinks for $5 each.

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The Jersey Journal

Survivor of Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh joins...

Aklima Khanam, a survivor of the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh, which killed at least 1,138 workers and injured 2,500 more on April 24, 2013, joins a demonstration outside the Children's Place headquarters and the adjacent Walmart Supercenter in Secaucus to call on the companies to pay full and fair compensation to the injured workers ... (more)

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The Jersey Journal

Business News and Notes

The group will host an Administrative Professionals Luncheon on April 23 at 1 p.m. and the New Jersey State Bar Night on May 8 at 6 p.m. The luncheon, which is $65 per person and includes an assortment of dishes and desserts, will take place at 200 Mill Creek Drive, Secaucus.

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The Jersey Journal

Secaucus meatball benefit to raise funds to fight spinal muscular atrophy

This weekend the Cevallo's family is offering unlimited meatballs to help fight the disease known as spinal musclar atrophy.

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