Body Found, Ramos Announces Mayoral Run and More Top This Month's Headlines
Looking back at the month of February.
Hobokenites most widely read the breaking story of a fire on Madison Street. Two buildings were heavily damaged.
Assemblyman Ruben Ramos was the first to announce a run against incumbent Mayor Dawn Zimmer this month.
An elderly man was found dead in the water close to the Hoboken Terminal.
The proceeds of the fancy event earlier in the month went toward Sandy recovery.
Mayor Dawn Zimmer held her state of the city address earlier in the month, announcing a plan to combat flooding.
A 17-year-old was arrested after he allegedly assaulted two gym teachers.
Six teenagers were arrested and charged with assaulting a man over new year's.
The first real snow of the season fell earlier in the month. About eight inches blanketed Hoboken.
A heated meeting resulted in the reappointment of the HHA's attorney.
The discussion continued after the meeting, resulting in a power struggle between the chairman of the board and the executive director of the Hoboken Housing Authority.