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Business Owners Still Struggling, Jim Doyle Removed from Council and More Top This Week's Headlines

What you missed in Hoboken this week.

Better late than never! Hoboken's ragamuffin parade was held this week.

City to Extend Deadline for Tax Payments in Wake of Sandy

Your property taxes for the fourth quarter of the year are now due on Dec. 3.

Councilman Jim Doyle Removed From Seat after Judge's Ruling

Jim Doyle was removed from the city council after a judge ruled that five votes were necessary to approve his appointment.

Technical Difficulties Plagued Hoboken Police Department During Sandy

No telephone lines, no power and hardly any communication after failed repeaters. The police and fire departments suffered technical difficulties during Hurricane Sandy.

Sandy Damaged Hoboken's Fire Houses

Among the heavy damage all over town are three out of four of the city's firehouses.

Hoboken's business community is still recovering from Sandy. While loans are available, most business owners agree that the only way to stimulate Hoboken's business owners is to shop locally.

Buddy Valastro looking back at Hoboken during the storm and looking ahead to his upcoming shows.

Manzo Brothers to Bartend for Charity

The reality stars are raising money for Sandy relief and handing you your drinks at the Village Pour House on Tuesday.

A look back at Hoboken's extensive volunteering effort during and after Sandy.

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