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You Are Invited: Feast of Saint Francis & Blessing of the Animals

You Are Invited: Feast of Saint Francis & Blessing of the Animals

▶ Posted 09-21-2021, From Secaucus Township

Service at 9:30 with blessings afterward in the church garden with treats for all.

Vaccine POD - Thursday 9/23/2021

Vaccine POD - Thursday 9/23/2021

▶ Posted 09-20-2021, From Secaucus Township

Pfizer vaccines will be available on Thursday, September 23rd at the Vaccination POD.

Part-Time Crossing Guard Opportunity Available

Part-Time Crossing Guard Opportunity Available

▶ Posted 09-20-2021, From Secaucus Township

The Town of Secaucus is looking for residents interested in working part-time as Crossing Guards for the Secaucus schools.

Public Notice

Public Notice

▶ Posted 09-20-2021, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this public notice regarding an on-site assessment of the department.

Police Blotter 09/13/2021 - 09/19/2021

Police Blotter 09/13/2021 - 09/19/2021

▶ Posted 09-20-2021, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

FEMA Center Opens TOMORROW

FEMA Center Opens TOMORROW

▶ Posted 09-17-2021, From Secaucus Township

If you need help regarding FEMA and U.S. SBA assistance, help is available at the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center.

Accreditation Assessment Team Invites Public Comment

Accreditation Assessment Team Invites Public Comment

▶ Posted 09-17-2021, From Secaucus Police

The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police is inviting the public to provide comments on the Secaucus Police Department.

Notice of Auction of Surplus Property No Longer Needed by The Town Of Secaucus

Notice of Auction of Surplus Property No Longer Needed by The Town Of Secaucus

▶ Posted 09-16-2021, From Secaucus Township

Secaucus is conducting a public auction sale of surplus property that is no longer needed for public use.

Storm Ida FEMA Assistance Information

Storm Ida FEMA Assistance Information

▶ Posted 09-16-2021, From Secaucus Township

Mayor Michael Gonnelli and Town Council Announce FEMA Assistance for Residents Impacted by Storm IDA.

Vaccine POD - Thursday 9/16/2021

Vaccine POD - Thursday 9/16/2021

▶ Posted 09-13-2021, From Secaucus Township

Pfizer vaccines will be available on Thursday, September 16th at the Vaccination POD.

Loaded Handgun Seized by Secaucus Police

Loaded Handgun Seized by Secaucus Police

▶ Posted 09-13-2021, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding the incident.

Police Blotter 09/06/2021 - 09/12/2021

Police Blotter 09/06/2021 - 09/12/2021

▶ Posted 09-13-2021, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Storm Ida Information Packet

Storm Ida Information Packet

▶ Posted 09-10-2021, From Secaucus Township

Secaucus has been approved to receive emergency assistance from FEMA for the impact from Hurricane Ida.

Vaccine POD - Thursday 9/9/2021

Vaccine POD - Thursday 9/9/2021

▶ Posted 09-07-2021, From Secaucus Township

The Town of Secaucus vaccination POD will be this Thursday for first, second, and third doses.

Police Blotter 08/30/2021 - 09/05/2021

Police Blotter 08/30/2021 - 09/05/2021

▶ Posted 09-07-2021, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Home Repair Permit Information

Home Repair Permit Information

▶ Posted 09-03-2021, From Secaucus Township

Construction department notice regarding home repairs.

Town-Wide Garage Sale

Town-Wide Garage Sale

▶ Posted 09-01-2021, From Secaucus Township

The Secaucus town wide garage sale will take place on Saturday, October 2, 2021. Register to participate.

Secaucus Street Fair

Secaucus Street Fair

▶ Posted 09-01-2021, From Secaucus Township

The Secaucus Street Fair will take place on October 1st through October 3rd.

Full-Time Deputy Clerk Opportunity Available

Full-Time Deputy Clerk Opportunity Available

▶ Posted 09-01-2021, From Secaucus Township

This position will assist the Town Clerk in all phases of work and is deputized to act for and on behalf of the Town Clerk.

Full-Time Administrative Assistant Opportunity Available

Full-Time Administrative Assistant Opportunity Available

▶ Posted 09-01-2021, From Secaucus Township

This position will administer existing programs for Beyond the Bell, EPOS and Teen Center, as well as developing additional programs as needed.

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Hoboken Police Arrest Lyndhurst Man In Overnight Stabbing

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COVID Outbreaks Grow To 23 In New Jersey Schools

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After Man Is Stabbed In Hoboken, Police Ask For Help

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Johnson & Johnson Says 2nd Vaccine Shot Boosts Protection To 94%

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4 Jersey City Men Charged With Sexual Assault Of 14-Year-Old

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Hoboken Resident's Video Catches World Trade Center Lightning

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Pfizer Says Low COVID Vaccine Dose Is Good For Kids 5 To 11

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Secaucus Police Blotter, Sept. 13 - Sept. 19

Released by Secaucus Police, all of last week's arrests:

NJ Child Care Workers Must Be Vaccinated Or Face Testing

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Secaucus Weekday Events: See What's Happening In The Area

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