Laptops Stolen, A Re-Vote For Jim Doyle, And More Top This Week's Headlines
What you've missed in Hoboken this week.
There is currently no plan for when reconstructon will begin on Hoboken's community center, or how it will rebuild.
Thousands of dollars worth of laptops and electronics were stolen from three apartment buildings.
A visit from Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno highlighted one of Hoboken's biggest post-Sandy challenges: attracting customers to small businesses, while advocating for more help.
Residents, businesses and non-profits that suffered losses during Sandy now have until February 9 to apply.
Doyle will not be sworn in until Hudson County Assignment Judge Peter Bariso has approved the 5-2-2 vote.
An issue with the school's boiler system forced the evacuation of more than 650 elementary school students.