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  1. Business notes: Constant Contact to present workshop seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    The Hudson County Community College Culinary Arts Institute/Conference Center, located at 161 Newkirk St. in Jersey City, where Constant Contact, an online marketing firm, will have a workshop series on how businesses can more effectively market themselves digitally The Constant Contact online marketing firm will present a workshop series for businesses on how to increase their digital presence on Dec. 2 at Hudson County Community College 's Culinary Conference Center.

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  2. PHOTOS: 'Let's Share a Meal' event at Jersey City Sikh templeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | The Jersey Journal

    Members of Jersey City's Sikh community partnered with Mayor Steven Fulop's office for the fourth annual "Let's Share a Meal" event on Saturday, benefitting community members in shelters throughout Hudson County. At the event, which was organized by the Nanak Naam Jahaj Gurudwara temple in Jersey City, food was prepared at the community kitchen of the temple on 1080 West Side Ave. Volunteers then delivered the meals to 44 locations in Jersey City and Hoboken.

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  3. Political Insider: Was there a comet over the League of Municipalities convention?Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    Once, it was recorded in Ancient Rome that a comet augurs the arrival of Caesar . Now League of Municipalities convention parties herald possible future governors.

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  4. 5 things you need to know today in Hudson County, Nov. 20, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | NJ.com

    Bail has been set at $700,000 for the Jersey City felon charged with the April murder of a man who came to the aid of a woman in a Downtown deli, officials said today. On Nov. 12, Sammy K. Mixson, 31, was indicted on the charge of murdering Darren "Reese" Talington, 25, of Jersey City outside the now-closed A-Plus Deli deli near the Grove Street PATH Station, Hudson County Assistant Prosecutor Gene Rubino said today.

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  5. Jersey City's Congregation B'nai Jacob to honor local...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NJ.com

    Congregation B'nai Jacob in Jersey City will honor various organizations and community leaders on Sunday. Nov. 23, 2014.

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  6. Students to stage play in ScotlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Jersey Journal

    Students of North Bergen's High Tech School's Music Department have been invited through the AHSTF program by the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to perform in August 2015 at Church Hall Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland. High Tech is one of 20 U.S. schools that received the invitation.

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  7. 'The Power of LOL': Panel at N.J. municipal convention explores humor in governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Jersey Journal

    Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick , pictured in this file photo, today sat on a panel about humor in government in Atlantic City. That's the message a panel that included Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick today brought to a packed room of local officials at the Atlantic City Convention Center during a session named "The Power of LOL: Using Humor to Solve Municipal Issues" at the 99th annual New Jersey League of Municipalities convention.

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  8. 'The Taco Truck' restaurant plans fourth fixed location at Princeton Shopping CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Jersey Journal

    File photo: The Taco Truck will open in the Princeton Shopping Center next month five years after owners Chris Viola and Jason Scott started their first authentic Mexican food truck. PRINCETON - As customers bite into salsa-topped tacos and cinnamon-sprinkled churros from The Taco Truck next month, they won't believe they're eating inside a Princeton restaurant, co-owner Chris Viola said.

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  9. NJ Transit trains bypassing Secaucus Junction due to smoke condition at stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Jersey Journal

    NJ Transit announced this afternoon that trains will bypass the Frank Lautenberg Secaucus Junction transfer station because of a smoke condition at an escalator PATH is cross honoring NJ Transit train tickets for Hoboken, Newark Penn Station, and 33rd Street Station so that passengers can still get into Manhattan.

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  10. NJ Transit trains bypassing Secaucus station due to fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NJ.com

    The interior of NJ Transit Secaucus Junction station, which is being bypassed by trains due to fire department activity. Riders were advised by an alert sent out at 3:41 p.m. that the PATH will cross-honor NJ Transit rail tickets at Hoboken, Newark Penn Station and 33rd Street in New York.

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  11. Hoboken musicians banding together to recreate The Band's 'The Last Waltz' at Northern SoulRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Jersey Journal

    When The Band decided to retire from touring, the group performed a gala concert dubbed "The Last Waltz," featuring a who's who of Seventies superstars and filmed for posterity. On Thursday, November 20, a group of Hoboken musicians will recreate that event, both as a musical tribute and as a gesture of scene solidarity.

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  12. Former 'Cake Boss' assistant makes 'Buddy Behind Bars' cakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Jersey Journal

    A chocolate cake topper depicts Valastro peeking between prison bars, a design that plays on his arrest last week for allegedly driving drunk. Tony "The Pastryarch" Albanese, a Hackensack-based pastry chef who formerly worked as Valastro's assistant, posted a video on YouTube of how he made the cake topper.

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  13. Bayonne city employee files bias suit against city, former officialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | The Jersey Journal

    A Bayonne public works employee has filed a lawsuit against the city and former city officials alleging they sexually harassed and discriminated against her because she is a woman, according to court documents. Stacie Percella, represented by attorney Peter J. Cresci, filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court U.S. District Court of New Jersey against Bayonne's former director of municipal services, Joseph Waks, and former health official Richard Censullo in June.

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  14. PHOTOS: 'So You Think You Can Add' math bee held in HobokenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 16 | NJ.com

    Prizes were awarded by Silly on Sixth, Garden Street Music, Mathwizard of Hoboken, and other local service providers and stores. 2014 New Jersey On-Line LLC. All rights reserved .

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  15. Hollywood incentives fading to black, with N.J. film tax breaks set to expireRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 16 | NJ.com

    Independent producer and director Tony Glazer, in the brown T-shirt, on set of a recent film. Glazer is getting ready to shoot his next movie in New Jersey, with the help of a state film tax credit program that is about to come to an end.

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  16. Lincoln vs. Bernards: Coach Robert Hampton says bring your popcornRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | NJ.com

    It was a solid week of practice for the Lincoln Lions. The Jersey City squad will host Bernards at 4 p.m. on Saturday in the opening round of the NJSIAA/Sports Care Institute Football State Tournament.

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  17. Parish holds food drive as Sikh Temple prepares mealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | The Jersey Journal

    Two events are scheduled today to help the hungry in Hudson County. Our Lady of Sorrows Parish in Jersey City will hold a food drive to benefit its emergency food pantry from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Abre Latas Social Club, the church announced.

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  18. Students audition for spring musicalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | The Jersey Journal

    This was it. The one moment for students at Secaucus High/Middle School to prove they deserve a chance to be on stage, singing and dancing in the spring musical.

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  19. Reminder: Exchange Place, WTC Path stations to close again for weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | The Jersey Journal

    The weekend closure of the Exchange Place and World Trade Center PATH stations will continue this weekend -- and all weekends through the end of the year -- while construction to implement federal safety mandates and resume post-superstorm Sandy desalination continues. Riders can travel between New York and New Jersey from all other PATH stations on weekends using the Journal Square to 33rd Street line, but riders from Newark and Harrison will need to transfer at Journal Square for trips to New York.

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  20. Bakery customers mostly unfazed by 'Cake Boss' Buddy Valastro's DWI arrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | NJ.com

    HOBOKEN - Many customers outside Carlo's Bake Shop on Friday said they were disappointed that the business' famed owner was arrested on drunken driving charges - but not enough to keep them away from the Cake Boss' pastries. "I was kind of surprised by the whole thing," said Mary DePinto, of West New York.

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