Hobokenite Could Lose Eye, Jim Doyle Can Return to the Council and More Top This Week's Headlines
What you missed in Hoboken this week.
Six teenagers were arrested by Hoboken police after allegedly assaulting a man on New Year's Eve. The victim could permanently lose his sight in one eye.
A judge ruled that Doyle is allowed to return to the city council after he was removed in November 2012.
A homeless man took $25 from a poor box at the Church of Sts. Peter and Paul.
The art teacher has worked at the school for four years.
A bill sponsored by Assemblyman Ruben Ramos Jr. made its way through the Assembly and will go before the senate next.
A center is still open in nearby Jersey City.
The pianist headlined the event on Saturday night.
For the first time since Sandy, full weekday service was in effect this week.
The money will pay for the soccer field at 1600 Park and Hoboken Cove.