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July 8, 2020

HOBOKEN, NJ - Despite municipal budget concerns, construction will continue on Hoboken's 5-acre Northwest Resiliency Park this week. New Jersey’s largest so-called "resiliency park," the massive parcel of land—which had previously been an industrial site—will have above and below ground ...

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HOBOKEN - Residents taking in the "open street" along Sinatra Drive on Hoboken's Waterfront this weekend were greeted by the disturbing sight and smell of dead fish. Social media was abuzz with people asking why and how such a volume of fish could be washing up on the shoreline at the mouth of the ...

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HOBOKEN - The Hoboken City Council unanimously passed a resolution opposing the plan to build a massive new fracked gas power plant on the Hackensack River in Kearny. NJ Transit is seeking to use Superstorm Sandy recovery funds to build the new fracked gas power plant, claiming that it would be ...

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HUDSON COUNTY, NJ -The Hudson County Improvement Authority has launched an online order form for county residents to purchase compost bins and rain barrels. Each of these items are $40 and will be delivered directly to resident’s doorsteps.  The effort is part of the HCIA’s commitment to ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - A pair of White-tailed Deer took a gamble on a gambol through Hoboken early Sunday morning, as they were spotted heading southbound near 10th & Garden Streets. Resident James Aibel snapped a pic of the duo as they hoofed it around Hoboken. The City had made the move to open up ...

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