Hoboken is taking a “proactive” role in protecting its community from water woes caused by floods and its aging infrastructure.
The American Eskimo dog named Sparky ran away from home in Garfield and wound up stuck on the tracks in front of a Hoboken-bound train.
In 2012, Sandy filled the streets and basements of Hoboken with water, that was followed by a slew of water-main breaks, and finally a series of flash floods brought on by heavy rain, that left many residents pumping out their homes once again.
Rain in New York City appears to have broken the previous record for this date, set in 1886, when the Big Apple got 2.33 inches.
Crews were in the process Saturday morning of fixing a major water main break in Hoboken.
Frosty Pooch is a new food truck — for dogs! Created by husband and wife team Angela and Raymond Meyers, the new truck offers cold doggie treats, dog toys and water for your pooch.
When the storm washed through Hoboken six months ago, the gym at the Hudson County kids center was destroyed. Money for the repairs came from the NFL and the New York/New Jersey Super Bowl Committee.
A judge has ruled that the executive director of the Hoboken Housing Authority has will not be permitted to seek the Democratic nomination for a state assembly seat, because he leads an agency that receives federal funds.
It’s perfectly legal, but to some, big pension payouts to public employees are outrageous and unaffordable, and they’re only growing.
Federal officials announced those using federal dollars for major renovations to homes or businesses will now have to follow new uniform rules.
Dawn Zimmer said Wednesday that the city’s aging water infrastructure has been neglected for decades.
Hoboken City Councilman Ravi Bhalla said the city council will be looking at short-term remedies as well as long-term capital infrastructure improvements.
A boil water advisory was lifted Saturday at Hoboken, after multiple mains and bursts over two days sent water spewing.
Friday’s leak happened at Park Avenue and 14th Street around the corner from where the 30-inch pipe was broken by a construction crew at around 11 a.m. Thursday.
Much of Hoboken was without water earlier Thursday after a contractor struck a 30-inch water main.