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  1. Commuters heed early getaway advice from the blizzard, but was mass transit prepared?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    These plows and spreaders were staged at the Colonia service area Monday in advance of an approaching blizzard. They are among 301 plows and 228 spreaders from contractors augmenting close to 600 pieces of NJ Turnpike Authority snow fighting equipment.

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  2. Jersey City man charged shoplifting for 3rd time in 6 weeksRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    A city resident lent a helping hand to a Bayonne department store on Friday when he chased down serial shoplifter accused of filching eight packages of bedsheets from the store, according to police. BAYONNE -- A city resident lent a helping hand to a Bayonne department store on Friday when he chased down an alleged serial shoplifter accused of filching eight packages of bed sheets from the store, according to police.

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  3. Blizzard already impacting Hudson County transportation servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    SECAUCUS - The impending snowstorm that is barreling down on the Northeast will have an effect on this evening's commute in Hudson County. Here is how local transportation services are preparing to deal with the weather: According to updates from the Port Authority , PATH trains are preparing to run on a normal schedule until 9 p.m. After that, the trains will run on a weekend schedule between Newark and World Trade Center, and the Journal Square to 33rd Street line.

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  4. Hoboken declares snow emergency ahead of potential blizzardRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    The city's Office of Emergency Management has declared a snow emergency and will open an emergency operations center on Monday at 3 p.m., the city said in a release. The city has also implemented parking restrictions to allow emergency vehicles to travel through the harsh weather conditions.

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  5. Youth NotesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    Application opportunity for "Summer STEM Program," those eligible can apply for this program, which is run by midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy, and is for youths entering the 9th through 11th grades - the program, themed as "Land, Air and Sea: Exploring Navy Technology on all Fronts," gives youths the opportunity to experience real-life applications of math and science concepts through hands-on learning under the guidance of Naval Academy professors, and the mentorship of the midshipmen - for more information visit the program's website, deadline March 2 United States Naval Academy, 121 Blake Road. $425 per student .

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  6. PHOTOS: Hudson County digs out from snow SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | NJ.com

    Residents living along the Hudson River - as well as others throughout New Jersey - were digging themselves out from the snow this morning. And while crews from Hudson County cities worked to plow the roads and salt the streets, not all of them received the same amount of snowfall: Hoboken received 2.8 inches; Harrison got upwards of 5 inches; and North Bergen received 4.1 inches, according to NJ Advance Media.

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  7. Secaucus school board votes to move elections from April to NovemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | The Jersey Journal

    Secaucus school board president Gary Riebesell and board member Lance Bartletta at Jan. 22, 2015 meeting at Huber Street School. Patrick McGovern The Secaucus Board of Education voted unanimously at Thursday night's meeting to move the annual school board elections from April to November.

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  8. SHS teacher up for 'Life Changer of Year' AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | The Jersey Journal

    At the beginning of his first social studies class of each new school year, Michael Gehm gives his students his three rules of history: 1. History is open to interpretation. 2. History has the potential to repeat itself.

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  9. Hoboken girls basketball team downs Dickinson with late three-pointerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | The Jersey Journal

    A clutch 3-pointer from senior Samantha Tirado gave Hoboken a 32-30 lead, and the defense held on from there to steal a win from the Rams yesterday at Dickinson. "I don't think we played our best basketball today, but we came out with the win, " Hoboken head coach Ryan Sorafine said.

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  10. Shoplifters stole cold medicine, bags of shrimp, Hoboken police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | The Jersey Journal

    Hoboken police arrested two Jersey City men who allegedly tried to steal shrimp and cough medicine from two different stores. Andre Pierce, 52, of Jersey City, took 12 bottles of DayQuil from the CVS on Newark Street, said Sgt.

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  11. Stevens family topic of museum exhibitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | The Jersey Journal

    The legacy of one of New Jersey's first families is the subject of a new exhibit opening this weekend at the Hoboken Historical Museum. The exhibit focuses on the lives and careers of two generations of the Stevens Family and includes many documents never before publicly displayed.

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  12. Co-working spaces get $731K from state to growRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | The Jersey Journal

    Co-working spaces in Jersey City and Hoboken were selected to receive funds for expansion from the state's Economic Development Authority, state officials said. Indiegrove, at 121 Newark Ave. in Jersey City, and Mission 50, at 50 Harrison St. in Hoboken, will receive a total of $731,000 in loans to improve office space.

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  13. Community NotesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | The Jersey Journal

    HOBOKEN "Teens for Jeans" drive by County Prep High School, part of a national campaign, donate of pairs of jeans, new or gently used, to benefit youth in homeless shelters nationwide; for more information, call Dmitri Rodriguez, or email him at dimitrimr@gmail.com, through January, Hoboken City Hall, 94 Washington St. 201-233-4773. JERSEY CITY "Teens for Jeans" drive by County Prep High School, part of a national campaign, donate of pairs of jeans, new or gently used, to benefit youth in homeless shelters nationwide; for information, call Dmitri Rodriguez, or email him at dimitrimr@gmail.com, through January, City Hall of Jersey City, 280 Grove St. 201-233-4773.

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  14. Secaucus teacher's inspirational story recognized with nomination for national awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | The Jersey Journal

    SECAUCUS - At the beginning of his first social studies class of each new school year, Michael Gehm gives his students his three rules of history: For Gehm, the series of dots that led him to being nominated for National "LifeChanger of the Year" - an award that recognizes kindergarten and grade school educators or employees who make a profound difference in students lives - is an unlikely one. "If you told me in high school I would become a teacher I would have laughed you out of town," said Gehm, 54, in a drawl that gives away his southern roots.

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  15. Most Excellent Way helps inmates find right pathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | The Jersey Journal

    Most of us can find our way in life. A few can even say it's excellent. But it takes an extraordinary person to call it the most excellent way.

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  16. Local bands help launch a new era at Maxwell's TavernRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Jersey Journal

    Singer/songwriter Rob Nicholas will headline a night of local bands including The Fave and Davey & The Trainwreck at Maxwell's on Saturday, January 24. There will be some familiar faces at Maxwell's on Saturday, January 24, as three local favorties - The Fave, Davey & The Trainwreck, and singer/songwriter Rob Nicholas - help introduce Hoboken promoter Dave Entwistle as the club's new booker. Saturday's show will celebrate the birthdays of Jaime Della Fave and Rob Tumulty of the Fave and Rob Nicholas, but more importantly it will also introduce Entwistle's vision for what he'd like to see happen with his new position at Maxwell's.

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  17. The Most Excellent Way helps inmates find the right pathRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | NJ.com

    Most of us can find our way in life. A few can even say it's excellent. But it takes an extraordinary person to call it the most excellent way.

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  18. Group tried to buy $2K in ShopRite gift cards with fake cash, Hoboken police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | NJ.com

    HOBOKEN - Four men conspired to use counterfeit money to buy $2,000 worth of gift cards at a Hoboken grocery store, police said. Shaquan McPherson, 19, of Jersey City, allegedly went into the Madison Street store on Friday and tried to buy the gift cards while three others waited in a car in the parking lot, Sgt.

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  19. 5 things you need to know today in Hudson County, Jan. 21, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | The Jersey Journal

    Jersey City may soon be home to the tallest building in the state, a 95-story residential tower that will stand at 950 feet , city officials announced. China Overseas America is looking to build 760 condo units and about 18,000 square feet of commercial and retail space, plus a 7,000-square-foot park, at 99 Hudson St., according to Mayor Steve Fulop.

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  20. Jersey Journal front and back page news: Wednesday Jan. 21Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | NJ.com

    President Obama pushed for higher taxes for the wealthy in his State of the Union address. The Hoboken American Legion post is back in its old headquarters, which were badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

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