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LETTER: Doyle is off the mark regarding Hoboken hotel plan, development

In a letter to the editor, Hoboken 2nd Ward Councilwoman Tiffanie Fisher refutes some claims made by her council colleague James Doyle regarding the...

LETTER: Hoboken’s Doyle says Bhalla slate best choice for smart development

In a letter to the editor, Hoboken Councilman-at-Large James Doyle explains why he feels Ravi Bhalla's ticket is the best choice to leader the...

Hoboken Councilman-at-Large Bhalla’s mayoral team files 2,796 petitions

Hoboken Councilman-at-Large Ravi Bhalla's mayoral ticket filed a combined 2,796 petitions for nomination with the city clerk's office before today's deadline. By John Heinis/Hudson...

At fundraiser, Bhalla vows to protect Hoboken from developers if elected...

Hoboken Councilman-at-Large Ravi Bhalla vowed to protect the Mile Square City from developers if elected mayor during a fundraiser at City Bistro last night....

Hoboken Councilman Mello kicks off re-election campaign as an independent

During his campaign kickoff on Tuesday night, Hoboken Councilman-at-Large Dave Mello announced that he would be seeking re-election as an independent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqtAjHUeHPI&feature=youtu.be "I've been honored to...

LETTER: Doyle says Bhalla will ‘hit the ground running’ if elected...

In a letter to the editor, Hoboken Councilman-at-Large James Doyle says his colleague Ravi Bhalla "will hit the ground running on Day 1" if...

Hoboken mayoral hopeful Bhalla unveils council ticket of Doyle, Jabbour, Allen

Hoboken Councilman-at-Large/mayoral hopeful Ravi Bhalla has unveiled his running mates for the November 7th election: Council colleague James Doyle, gun safety advocate Emily Jabbour...

Sources: Hoboken Councilman Doyle to run on Bhalla’s mayoral ticket

Hoboken Councilman-at-Large James Doyle, who was appointed to the governing body in 2012, will be seeking re-election on Councilman-at-Large Ravi Bhalla's mayoral ticket, sources...

Hoboken council votes to repeal ’500 foot rule’ for bars and...

The Hoboken City Council voted to repeal a controversial, decades old "500 foot rule" for bars and restaurants at last night's meeting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ie4QbePqLgg&feature=youtu.be The 500...

Hoboken takes another step towards building a new hotel at Pier...

With representatives of the hospitality industry in attendance at last night's Hoboken City Council hearing, the board unanimously approved (9-0) a planning board review...
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