Most Read in November: Sandy Aftermath, Elections, PATH Station Update and More

Looking back at the ten most widely read stories of November.

Some Confusion as Hoboken Heads to the Polls; Lines Form Past 8 p.m. [UPDATED]

Election day arrived in the direct wake of power outages and Sandy damage and some confusion arose in the morning when people headed to the polls.

While power was out earlier this month, FEMA and National Guard members remained in town the first couple of weeks of November.

Hurricane Sandy In Pictures: Hoboken

Looking back at the devastation, a slide show of Sandy in Hoboken .

Christie: I Did Not Embrace Obama

Gov. Chris Christie, a supporter of Gov. Mitt Romney, praised President Barack Obama for his help during and after the storm.

Hoboken's PATH Station Closed for Several More Weeks

The Hoboken PATH station is still closed and will likely not open for several more weeks.

The Vice President of the United States took a tour through the Hoboken Terminal earlier this month. After his tour, he enjoyed a slice of pizza at Benny Tudino's.

Commuting has become a real hassle for many Hobokenites since Sandy did her damage.

Kids First Win Machine Vote in Hoboken

The School Board elections were won by the three Kids First candidates.


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