LepreCon Returns, PATH Service Resumes Top Hoboken Patch Headlines this Month
These are the most widely read stories in Hoboken this month.
For the first time since Sandy, the PATH schedule between Manhattan and Hoboken as well as Newark has been restored fully. Hobokenites were pleased to see around the clock service as well as the WTC-Hoboken line resume.
The Louisiana themed bar closed its doors this month. Construction for the new restaurant — which will serve Tex Mex — has started.
The popular women's clothing store is coming to Hoboken and moving into the former Blockbuster site for a long term lease.
The Hoboken Housing Authority board is contemplating hiring a number 2 on a consulting basis. The idea received criticism from some commissioners as well as Executive Director Carmelo Garcia.
Hoboken has long been known for its mozzarella. For the first time this month, the cheese was celebrated in a special event.
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LepreCon is coming back this year, as announced on Facebook. This will be LepreCon's second year. LepreCon takes place on the first Saturday in March, traditionally known as "Parade Day." The St. Patrick's Day Parade was cancelled in 2011.
Kim Guadagno paid a visit to Hoboken to help promote small businesses and encourage people to shop locally.
Local celebs as well as television personalities: anybody who's anybody is coming to the Gala to Rebuild Hoboken on Saturday February 2.
A new law bans smoking on public playgrounds and dog runs. The measure was passed unanimously by the city council.