Sandy Caused at Least $1.6M in Damage to Hoboken Public Schools
The district is still working with insurance and FEMA to pay for repairs across the district.
Zimmer: A Walled Hoboken at Heart of Plan to Battle Flooding
In her third state of the city, Mayor Dawn Zimmer proposed a plan to combat flooding.
City Still in Process of Acquiring Land in Southwest
The city is in litigation with the owner of a piece of land in the southwest, to acquire it and make it a city park.
While rent control was upheld in November's referendum, a judge overturned the result of the election after 15 voters contested it.
Harlem Globetrotter Talks to Hoboken Public School Students about Bullying
Buckets Blakes spoke to a group of 300 elementary school students earlier in the week.
Hoboken District Looking to Introduce Junior-Senior High School Model
The school board and the superintendent of schools are considering moving the seventh grade into the high school.
Police Arrest High Schooler After Allegedly Assaulting Teachers
A 17-year-old was arrested during gym class and suspended for 10 days, police said.