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Hoboken Preps for Sandy, School Board Candidates Debate the Issues and More Top This Week's Headlines

The top headlines in Hoboken this week.

Hoboken Mayor on Hurricane Sandy: 'Absolutely Preparing for the Worst'

Much like the rest of the state, Hoboken is battening down the hatches for the arrival of hurricane Sandy.

Hoboken Walks Together for Breast Cancer Awareness

The Tutu project was one of the events in town promoting breast cancer awareness.

Hoboken to Receive Recycling Grant

$37,000 will be awarded to the city.

The Move Forward School Board slate was asked to return a $7,000 donation that it received from Councilwoman Beth Mason.

The seven school board candidates participated in a forum at the Demarest School on Thursday night.

Council Minority Sues City to Remove New Councilman; Mayor Zimmer Says Suit Will Lead to 'Gridlock'

The four council minority members are suing the city for the removal of newly appointed councilman Jim Doyle.

U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Frank Lautenberg came to town to announce the grant that will pay for a study to determine if a new light rail stop is needed.

Elizabeth Markevitch is running for the board of education in November's election.

Bloomberg Names Hoboken No.1 Best Place for Singles

Are you young and looking for love? Chances you'll find it in Hoboken.

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