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  1. 1 World Trade Center design makes Slate's 'Worst Buildings' list of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | NJ.com

    No matter where you are in Hudson County - from Jersey City's Liberty State Park, the piers of Hoboken or the Waterfront Walkway in Weehawken - the views across the river now seem dominated by One World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. But that massive building, standing at 1,776-feet tall, recently made Slate's ignominious list of The 11 Worst Buildings of 2014 .

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  2. the Big ChillRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    The next time residents lace up their skates and take to the ice, they'll do so on a rink fit for an NHL team. That's what ice skaters and hockey players will get next month when a $2.1 million renovation project at the Secaucus Ice Rink is completed.

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  3. Elevator to Hoboken Light Rail station working; still no train service from West Side Avenue stationRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    Out of commission for more than a month, the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail elevator that transports commuters between the Congress Street Station in the Jersey City Heights and the Ninth Street Station in Hoboken is working again.

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  4. Light rail elevator working again, but service in section of Jersey City still not restoredRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    Out of commission for more than a month, the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail elevator that transports commuters between the Congress Street Station in the Jersey City Heights and the Ninth Street Station in Hoboken is working again.

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  5. 5 things you need to know today in Hudson County, Dec. 26, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | The Jersey Journal

    Police sirens lit up the sky over the Hackensack River as police gathered to honor Officers Shawn Carson and Robert Nguyen, who died tragically Christmas night 2005 on the bridge that is now named in their honor. "These were two of the nicest guys in the world, they would have given you the shirt right off their back," said Kevin O'Connell, a retired Jersey City lieutenant who was Carson and Nguyen's sergeant at the time.

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  6. Secaucus ice skating rink gets NHL-worthy makeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | The Jersey Journal

    SEACAUCUS - The next time Secaucus residents lace up their skates and take to the ice, they'll do so on a rink fit for an NHL team. That's what ice skaters and hockey players will get next month, when a $2.1 million renovation project at the Secaucus Ice Rink is completed.

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  7. Union City's Argentina Bakery named one of best bake shops in N.J.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | NJ.com

    Try stopping by Argentina Bakery in Union City, named by NJ Advance Media food writer Peter Genovese as one of the top 20 bakeries in N.J. Genovese trekked across the Garden State with his appetite and sweet tooth in tow, visiting 40 bakeries last week alone. Argentina Bakery , 1611 Bergenline Ave., was one of his favorite spots.

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  8. Journal Entries: Kiwanas Club honors Jersey City teacher of the yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | The Jersey Journal

    The Jersey City Kiwanis Club honored Joel Naatus as the Jersey City School District's Teacher of the Year, as part of a program sponsored by Liberty Savings Federal Credit Union . Naatus is a teacher at Jersey City's P.S. # 28. Joining in the celebration were Mary Boguszewicz of LSFCU, Kiwanis President Marleen O'Conner and Kiwanis program chairman Mark Rowan.

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    Tuesday Dec 23 | The Newark Star-Ledger

    St. Peter's Prep, from left: Sean Crowley, Mike Zdanowicz, Nick Gallo, Matt Koziel and Chris Picinic, helped deliver Christmas trees to a number of senior centers throughout Jersey City and Hoboken.

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  10. 'Housing First' stemming the tide of homelessnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | The Jersey Journal

    A Rutgers graduate with work experience in the healthcare industry, Zapata said a series of poor decisions led her to become homeless. After moving in with a man who turned out to be married, she spent a full year living at The Hoboken Shelter and suffered a nervous breakdown in March 2008.

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  11. Warming center handles overflow from sheltersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | The Jersey Journal

    Hudson County has opened a warming center in Kearny to help house homeless people during the winter months, but officials say more grants for shelters, beds and affordable housing are needed to help the thousands of homeless in Hudson County transition to homes. Located in an old Navy building on South Hackensack Avenue, the warming center takes overflow from the county's three shelters on frigid nights.

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  12. In the fight against homelessness, permanent housing proves vitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | NJ.com

    A Rutgers graduate with work experience in the healthcare industry, Zapata said a series of poor decisions led her to become homeless. After moving in with a man who turned out to be married, she spent a full year living at The Hoboken Shelter and suffered a nervous breakdown in March 2008.

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  13. Hoboken plans to curb flooding with $11.7 million storm pumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | NJ.com

    HOBOKEN - The Mile Square City has a long history of chronic flooding, and this spring, officials hope to target one of its most vulnerable sections. A second wet weather pump station is coming to Hoboken, with installation beginning sometime in March, according to officials.

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  14. Hoboken Police promotion swearing-in ceremony, Hoboken City Hall, Dec. 22, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | The Jersey Journal

    Lieutenant Charles Campbell takes the oath of office for Hoboken police captain at a ceremony at City Hall on the afternoon of Dec. 22, 2014, while holding a Bible. Campbell is seen with his daughter Michelle and his son Ryan .

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  15. 5 state songs? N.J. Senate passes bill aiming to make it soRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | NJ.com

    Red Mascara, who's been lobbying lawmakers to make his song the official state song since the early 1960s, is shown in this 1998 file photo. TRENTON - None of them were made famous by Hoboken's Frank Sinatra or written by Freehold's Bruce Springsteen.

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  16. Hoboken councilman again faces ethics violation for voting on legal contractRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | NJ.com

    HOBOKEN - The local finance board has reinstated an ethics charge against a Hoboken councilman, finding that he wrongfully voted to hire a lawyer with whom he shared an office. Councilman Ravinder Bhalla once again faces a charge filed in 2010, alleging that he wrongfully voted to continue a contract for Paul Condon, an attorney who shared a lease with Bhalla at an office on Newark Street.

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  17. Ice Hockey: St. Peter's prepping others with Christmas trees this Holiday SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 21 | NJ.com

    St. Peter's trip to Buffalo for the Canisius Hockey Tournament never came to fruition after "The Snowpocalypse" dumped more than seven feet of snow on Western New York last month. With whiteout conditions, roads to the city were closed and the Governor of New York State declared a National State of Emergency.

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  18. N.J. lawmakers drafting Uber and ride sharing regulations, as incidents reported nationallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 20 | The Jersey Journal

    A file picture taken on December 10, 2014 in Paris, shows the Uber smartphone app, used to book taxis using its service, is pictured on a smartphone in front of a taxi. Uber, the taxi app company under fire around the world, has filed an EU complaint against a French ban on amateur drivers doubling as chauffeurs, the European Union said on Dec. 17. New Jersey officials are attempting to regulate such ride-share services as Uber and Lyft, amid reports of sexual assaults in Boston and India.

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  19. Service honors Hudson's homeless who have died, offers lifeline to those still hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 20 | The Jersey Journal

    The homeless, hungry, and poor congregated inside Old Bergen Church in Jersey City with homeless advocates yesterday for the sixth annual Homeless Persons' Memorial Day interfaith service. Clergy from houses of worship across Hudson County read from Psalms as the homeless community came together to mourn their losses and pray for an end to homelessness.

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  20. PHOTOS: Hudson interfaith service honors homeless who have died, offers lifeline to those still hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | NJ.com

    The homeless, hungry, and poor congregated inside Old Bergen Church in Jersey City with homeless advocates today for the sixth annual Homeless Persons' Memorial Day interfaith service. Clergy from houses of worship across Hudson County read from psalms as the homeless community came together to mourn their losses and pray for an end to homelessness.

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