Anthropologie Coming to Town, PATH resumes 24/7 and More Top This Week's Headlines
What you've missed in Hoboken this week.
The popular women's clothing chain is coming to Hoboken. Anthropologie will occupy the former Blockbuster site on Washington Street.
A car was wrecked early Wednesday morning when it was caught on fire at Third and Garden.
For the first time since Hurricane Sandy hit the region, PATH trains resumed 24/7 service this week.
U.S. Senators Frank Lautenberg and Bob Menendez announced that the Hoboken fire department will received more than $35,000 in federal funds.
A Hobokenite allegedly punched a police officer in the chest.
The city will pay its bills the first quarter of the year after Corporation Counsel Melissa Longo ruled last week's vote legal.
Leon Gold will be taking over the gavel from Rose Marie Markle, who has been president for the past three years.
The Manzo Brothers and other local stars will be in attendance on February 2. There is still time to buy a ticket.
A new event is coming to Hoboken: Muzz Fest!