Ruben Ramos Announces Mayoral Candidacy, City Council in Deadlock and More Top This Week's Headlines

What you missed in Hoboken this week.

Assemblyman Ruben Ramos To Run for Mayor

Ramos is the first to announce his candidacy against Mayor Dawn Zimmer this November.

Cigarette Butt Believed to be Cause of Madison Street Fire

A fire on Sunday afternoon heavily damaged two downtown buildings. A cigarette is believed to be the cause of the blaze.

What's Your Favorite Roast Beef Sandwich in Hoboken? The Village Voice Wants to Know

The Village Voice's food blog paid some attention this week to a Hoboken staple: the roast beef sub.

Infighting Over Attorney Contract Continues at Hoboken Housing Authority

Contention between the board of commissioners and the housing authority's executive director is at the heart of a dispute over who should be the legal counsel at the Hoboken Housing Authority.

Deadlocked City Council Unable to Approve Legal Bill

A resolution to pay a law firm $25,000 failed in a 4-4 stalemate.

City Has Spent $16K on Doyle Case So Far

Jim Doyle still can't take place on the dais as a councilman. The case is still in court.

NJ Sierra Club Says Hoboken Flood Wall Proposal 'Won't Work'

Jeff Tittel, director of the New Jersey Sierra Club, spoke out against the city's flood wall plan. Zimmer responded.

City Buys Four New Motorcycles for Hoboken Police Department

The city will be replacing four Harley Davidsons that were lost because of Sandy.


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