Campaign 2021: Early Voting Begins In New Jersey And New York CityTen days before Election Day, voters are already eager to have their voices heard.
Boil Water Advisories Lifted In Jersey City, HobokenOfficials said residents should run their faucets for 3-5 minutes to flush out any remaining contaminated water.
Boil Water Advisory Remains In Effect For Jersey City, HobokenSUEZ Water said Friday that emergency crews have completed repairs to the aqueduct, but the boil water advisory still remains in effect until further notice.
Boil Water Advisory Issued For Jersey City, HobokenThe advisory was issued after heavy rains from the remnants of Hurricane Ida caused damage to the aqueduct in Cedar Grove Township.
Tracking Henri: Drivers Rescued From Flash Floods, Power Outages Reported In New JerseyNew Jersey is dealing with power outages and severe flooding associated with Henri.
Delta Variant Spread Has Some Questioning Safety Of Even Outdoor EventsWhether tailgating, celebrating at a big event or dancing at a concert, some wonder how safe it is to attend with no mask mandates and no social distancing.
Road To Reopening: Hoboken Senior Center Welcomes Back Thankful Visitors After 14-Month ClosureMayor Ravi Bhalla says now 95% of seniors are vaccinated and it's safe to gather again.
COVID Vaccine In New Jersey: Vaccination Clinic For Children Ages 12 And Up Opens In HobokenThe clinic for ages 12 and up will also be open Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, by appointment only.
NJ Transit Reaches Settlements Nearly 5 Years After Deadly Crash At Hoboken TerminalFabiola Bittar de Kroon, 34, was standing on the platform when the train failed to stop and crashed. She was hit by falling debris and killed.
COVID Restrictions: New York City Restaurants Can Increase Capacity, New Jersey Raises Gathering LimitsIt's the next step as businesses prepare for May 19, when New York, New Jersey and Connecticut will lift most capacity restrictions altogether.
Hoboken Day Care Worker Diana Camacho Arrested For Allegedly Abusing 9-Month-Old GirlDiana Camacho, 52, worked at Kiddie Academy of Hoboken and turned herself in on May 4.
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.