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Hoboken kicks off 2020 Census push, seeking to encourage participation citywide

The City of Hoboken formally kicked off their 2020 U.S. Census push earlier this week, with the council approving a resolution seeking to encourage...

Hoboken council moves forward with increasing annual parking permit costs from...

The Hoboken City Council approved for the first reading of an ordinance that would raise residential parking permits from $15 to $52 annually at...

Hoboken could become first N.J. city to ask Congress to reunite...

The Hoboken City Council will vote on a resolution later this week that would make them the first city in the state, and the...

Projected $7M budget deficit could equate to 80 layoffs in Hoboken,...

An early projected budget deficit of $7 million for the upcoming fiscal year could potentially equate to 80 layoffs among municipal employees, Hoboken Business...

Hoboken council again appoints Giattino president, Falco takes over as VP

The Hoboken City Council again named 6th Ward Councilwoman Jen Giattino the president of the governing body, with Councilwoman-at-Large Vanessa Falco taking over as...

Hoboken council votes to have plaque memorialize fire victims from the...

The Hoboken City Council unanimously approved a measure (9-0) to have a plaque at Tom Olivieri Park memorialize arson fire victims who were killed...

75% of survey respondents want to keep Hoboken E-scooter program, city...

Despite the pilot program recently ending, a survey conducted by the city and released today says that nearly 75 percent of Hoboken residents want...

DeFusco, Falco, say latest version of Hoboken rail yard plan will...

Hoboken Council members Mike DeFusco and Vanessa Falco are indicating that the latest version of the rail yard redevelopment plan will include 20 percent...

Bhalla optimistic Hoboken’s E-scooter program will be back after pilot expires...

Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla sounds optimistic that the city's E-scooter program will eventually be back after their pilot arrangement expires next week. By John Heinis/Hudson...

Judge blisters Hoboken as eminent domain proceeding against Academy Bus intensifies

A judge recently blistered a land use attorney representing the City of Hoboken in a case that centers around using eminent domain to acquire...
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