Hoboken Mulling Proposal That Would Outlaw City Elected Leaders Blocking People On Social MediaWith so much negativity on social media, it's natural to want to block the people who are nasty to you. But should elected leaders be able to do that?
New Jersey Senator Proposes Palisades Protection Legislation Setting Height Restrictions For New ConstructionThe steep cliffs of the Palisades are dotted with homes with breathtaking views of the Hudson River and Manhattan, but more and more new construction is popping up.
Hoboken, NJ Mayor Issues Guidance Urging Residents To Avoid Traveling Out Of State Amid Rise In COVID CasesHoboken officials said they've seen an uptick in COVID cases, specifically linked to people going to places like Florida, Mexico and northern ski resorts.
Dating During Pandemic More Complicated As Singles Rely On Video Chats Before Meeting In PersonLove is in the air, but the coronavirus might be, too. That makes dating tricky.
New Models Show Cases Of COVID Surging Throughout Holidays, January And February In New JerseyHow bad could things get in New Jersey? Anyway you cut it, COVID-19 cases will continue to surge through the next few months.
Concerned Volunteers Build Pantry From Scratch To Address Hoboken's Food InsecurityWhen seniors and families in Hoboken started going hungry at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, a group of local volunteers decided to not let it continue.
Ho-Ho-No: Hoboken's Annual SantaCon CanceledEvent organizers pulled the plug due to the COVID pandemic.
Girl Scouts Lauded For Providing Some Of New Jersey's Homeless COVID-19 Preparedness KitsOn Giving Tuesday, Girl Scouts in Hudson County were being awarded for their thoughtfulness towards the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic.
New Jersey's Daily COVID-19 Case Number Rises Above 2,000 For First Time Since MayThe second wave is being linked to private indoor gatherings. The fear is that Halloween parties will lead to more.
Hoboken Lawmakers Consider Fine Of Up $1,000 For Indoor House PartiesThe ordinance comes as the mayor plans to sign an order that bars must close at midnight each night.
Man Arrested, Charged With Child Endangerment After Standoff In HobokenOfficers rescued a 5-year-old boy, who appeared to be unharmed, and arrested a 41-year-old man, who was taken away in an ambulance.
'We Looked Forward To It': Indoor Dining Resumes At New Jersey RestaurantsIt took nearly six months, but New Jersey restaurants can finally let people eat inside again.
Storms Take Down Trees, Leave Damage Behind After Sweeping Through Tri-State AreaJust as residents were recovering from Tropical Storm Isaias three weeks ago, once again roads are blocked by broken trees and downed wires.
Hoboken Considers $250 Fine For Citizens Not Wearing Masks Outside: 'I Just Think It's Gonna Be Unenforceable'Masks are already mandated in New Jersey, but one city is taking it a step further, saying if you don't wear one outside where you can't social distance, you could face a fine.
New Jersey Allows Yoga Studios To Reopen, But Guidelines Affecting Businesses DifferentlyYoga and pilates studios are back open in New Jersey after being shut down for months. That's good news for some, but bad for others.