New Youth Center Donated, Hobokenite Mistaken for Newtown Shooter and More Top December's Headlines
These were the top ten stories last month.
Hobokenite Adam Lanza was wrongly named as the shooter in last month's Newtown massacre.
Lanza wrote on his Facebook that he wasn't in fact the gunman, but that he was on his way to his Hoboken apartment on that fateful Friday afternoon.
Hoboken's PATH station re-opened this month, after being closed for almost two months in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Hobokenites were happy to hear that the Shoprite will re-open as well. The store sustained heavy damage in a flood caused by Sandy.
It's still unclear when the vacant seat on the City Council will be filled. Jim Doyle was removed after a judge's ruling that his appointment did not have sufficient votes.
A brand new youth center was donated by the Katie Couric show in conjunction with million dollar contractor Stephen Fanuka.
A Hobokenite was arrested.
The much anticipated new playground equipment was met with some criticism.
One bike theft ring was uncovered by Hoboken police. Bike theft is rampant in Hoboken.
A major new development along Hoboken's downtown waterfront will be built over the next year and a half.