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Final Elections Results are in, Charter School Students Produce 'Healing Wall' and More Top This Week's Headlines

What you missed in Hoboken this week.

Port Authority Estimates Sandy Damage at $300M

Sandy did extensive damage to the entire PATH system.

The city approved emergency appropriations to pay for the immediate damage.

Kids First Officially Win School Board Elections

After all the votes have been counted, the Kids First candidates are officially the winnders of this year's school board elections.

Hobokenites are encouraged to apply.

Doyle's Seat to Remain Vacant for At Least Two More Meetings

After a judge ruled that the appointment of Jim Doyle needed five votes, the seat has been vacated.

Parking Could Be Free for the Month of December

The proposal will be voted on at the next city council meeting on December 2.

Rent Control Upheld in Hoboken After All Votes Are Counted

Hoboken will not change to a vacancy de-control model, as was decided in last month's referendum.

Hoboken Charter School Students Capture Sandy Stories in 'Healing Wall'

Hobokenites can view the project in the lobby of City Hall.

Christie to Seek Re-Election

The governor announced he will be running for a second term.

Hoboken PATH Station Closed for Several More Weeks; Exchange Place and WTC Open

Hoboken's station is now the only one that is still closed since Hurricane Sandy.

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