Hoboken Battling Port Authority Over Paying For Repairs To Pier A ParkA beautiful waterfront park in Hoboken may be in danger of falling into the Hudson River -- and it wouldn't be the first time it happened.
Hoboken To Invest $5.2 Million To Upgrade Aging Water Main SystemMany Hoboken residents became frustrated after a series of water main breaks earlier this year and in 2015.
Hoboken Residents Split Over Flood Wall That Could Protect City From Storm SurgesDriving along Sinatra Drive it's easy to see why Hoboken residents love their view across the Hudson River to Manhattan, but you can also see how easily it floods.
Workers Installing New Water Valve In Hoboken After BreakWorkers have finally stopped the flow of water three days after a pipe and valve broke in Hoboken.
Hoboken Tapping Into Water From Weehawken As Crews Repair Broken Mains; Boil Advisory LiftedA boil water advisory has been temporarily lifted, but officials warned that it may be enacted again once the Jersey City main is repaired to ensure water was not contaminated.
Second Water Main Break Delays Full Water Restoration In HobokenHoboken residents can't catch a break from water main breaks. Standing water could still be seen in the street Monday, more than 24 hours after the first break.
Large Water Main Break Floods Hoboken StreetsHoboken police Chief Ken Ferrante sid that the water main break is at the southwest edge of the city and asked anyone entering or leaving the city to do so from the north end.
Hoboken Officially Launches New Bike Share ProgramCar parking is such a notorious pain in the city, Zimmer said bike sharing will help connect the city.
Hoboken To Roll Out New Bike Share Program Next MonthIt will only cost $75 for the year for Hoboken residents who sign up before the launch.
Who's Responsible For Cleaning Up NJ Shantytown?Nearly 50 homeless people are living there in shanties made of wood, mattresses and tree branches.
New Jersey Officials Call For Ban On Tourism HelicoptersThe ban would not effect private or corporate choppers, but supporters say it would greatly reduce helicopter traffic over the Hudson River.
NJ Lawmakers: Proposal To Eliminate Overnight PATH Service Put On HoldSenate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto said Port Authority Chairman John Degnan agreed to put the proposal on hold.