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Holiday Lights - Home Decorating Contest

Holiday Lights - Home Decorating Contest

▶ Posted 11-29-2022, From Secaucus Township

The Mayor and Town Council invite all residents to participate in the 2022 Holiday Lights Contest.

Toy Drive - Now Through 12/14/22

Toy Drive - Now Through 12/14/22

▶ Posted 11-29-2022, From Secaucus Township

New, unwrapped toys are needed for less fortunate children between the ages of 1 to 14 years old.

COVID 19 & RSV Vaccine Info

COVID 19 & RSV Vaccine Info

▶ Posted 11-28-2022, From Secaucus Township

HUdson County's COVID-19 Vaccination Team is offering all COVID-19 vaccines and boosters to eligible individuals.

Police Blotter 11/21/2022 - 11/27/2022

Police Blotter 11/21/2022 - 11/27/2022

▶ Posted 11-28-2022, From Secaucus Police

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

Notice of Sale of Surplus Property

Notice of Sale of Surplus Property

▶ Posted 11-23-2022, From Secaucus Township

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

Full-Time Registered Environmental Health Specialist Opportunity Available

Full-Time Registered Environmental Health Specialist Opportunity Available

▶ Posted 11-23-2022, From Secaucus Township

The purpose of this position is to perform sanitary inspection and environmental health work involving sanitary, environmental, and public health laws and rules.

Secaucus Police Make Second Round of Arrests at AJ’s Go-Go Bar

Secaucus Police Make Second Round of Arrests at AJ’s Go-Go Bar

▶ Posted 11-17-2022, From Secaucus Police

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

Secaucus Police Arrest New York Man with Drugs and Handgun

Secaucus Police Arrest New York Man with Drugs and Handgun

▶ Posted 11-15-2022, From Secaucus Police

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

No Garbage Pickup on 11/24

No Garbage Pickup on 11/24

▶ Posted 11-14-2022, From Secaucus Township

There will be NO garbage pickup on Thursday, November 24, 2022, (Thanksgiving Day).

Police Blotter 11/07/2022 - 11/13/2022

Police Blotter 11/07/2022 - 11/13/2022

▶ Posted 11-14-2022, From Secaucus Police

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

Food Pantry / Toy Drive

Food Pantry / Toy Drive

▶ Posted 11-12-2022, From Secaucus Township

Food and toy donations are being collected on November 19th at the Senior Center.

Part-Time Dispatcher Opportunity Available

Part-Time Dispatcher Opportunity Available

▶ Posted 11-09-2022, From Secaucus Township

The purpose of this position is the daily operations associated with the Police Department’s dispatch section.

Police Blotter 10/31/2022 - 11/06/2022

Police Blotter 10/31/2022 - 11/06/2022

▶ Posted 11-07-2022, From Secaucus Police

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

Arrest Made after Stolen Car Crashes into Police Cars in Secaucus

Arrest Made after Stolen Car Crashes into Police Cars in Secaucus

▶ Posted 11-02-2022, From Secaucus Police

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

Secaucus School District Superintendent Search Survey

Secaucus School District Superintendent Search Survey

▶ Posted 10-31-2022, From Secaucus Township

Assist with the Secaucus School District Superintendent Search by filling out a brief survey.

Police Blotter 10/23/2022 - 10/30/2022

Police Blotter 10/23/2022 - 10/30/2022

▶ Posted 10-31-2022, From Secaucus Police

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

Board of Education Candidate's Forum

Board of Education Candidate's Forum

▶ Posted 10-28-2022, From Secaucus Township

The Board of Education Candidate's Forum will be held on November 1, 2022.

Final-Day-of-Concession-Stand

Final-Day-of-Concession-Stand

▶ Posted 10-26-2022, From Secaucus Township

The Concession Stand at the Baseball field at Buchmuller Park will be open one last day for the Halloween Parade on October 30.

Police Blotter 10/17/2022 - 10/23/2022

Police Blotter 10/17/2022 - 10/23/2022

▶ Posted 10-24-2022, From Secaucus Police

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

Application Period Open for Home Energy Assistance Program to Help with Winter Heating Bills

Application Period Open for Home Energy Assistance Program to Help with Winter Heating Bills

▶ Posted 10-18-2022, From Secaucus Township

the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is now accepting applications for the 2022-2023 heating season.

RECENT NEWS HEADLINES

Arrest Made In Death Of Man Run Over In Old Bridge Parking Lot

Police say the two men argued in an Old Bridge parking lot, and one then ran over the other several times, killing him. An arrest was made:

NJ Has More Soil Fungi Causing Lung Infections Than Previously Thought

The CDC last revised its maps of disease-causing fungi in 1969, meaning doctors may have missed signs of fungal lung infection in patients.

Secaucus Police Launch Drunk Driving Patrols

Beginning now through Jan. 1, police across the state will do saturation patrols and be on increased lookout for drunk/buzzed drivers.

Ripley's Believe It Or Not Closing In Atlantic City

After more than 26 years of displaying oddities on the Boardwalk, the iconic Ripley's Believe It Or Not! museum is closing on Dec. 31.

Newest Restaurant On Hoboken's Washington Street Helps You Eat Healthy

This restaurant on Washington Street in Hoboken opened just before Thanksgiving, and is offering grand opening deals through Tuesday.

Two Fires Burn In Hudson County Thursday Night

Residents in Hudson County towns smelled smoke from two separate fires in the county on Thursday night.

Tenants Ask: Why Aren't Hudson County Towns Enforcing Rent Control?

Tenants at a Jersey City meeting spoke of rent increases of 34 percent or more, asking why the city isn't better enforcing rent control.

Check Out The Asbury Park Holiday Bazaar Every Sunday This December

Hosted inside the chic Asbury Hotel, this bazaar has workshops, food and drink, photos with Santa, Frosty and the Grinch and local vendors:

If Sandra Cunningham Leaves, Black Woman Should Replace Her: Activists

If NJ Senate President Pro Temp Sandra Cunningham of Jersey City resigns, a Black woman should replace her, a NJ coalition says.

Investigation Into MTA's Congestion Pricing Called For By NJ Rep

Rep. Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) called for an investigation into MTA‘s alleged mismanagement of tax dollars.

Secaucus Holiday Parade And Tree Lighting Is This Saturday

The Christmas season begins Saturday in Secaucus! Meet Santa and shop a holiday bazaar at the Rec Center; parade starts at 7 from library:

New Show 'Sinatra The Musical' Will Start With Singer's NJ Roots

Tina Sinatra is working with a production team on a new play, "Sinatra The Musical," focusing on the Hoboken native's life story.

5 North Jersey Restaurants To Try That Opened In November 2022

From a sushi conveyor belt in Jersey City to Indian fusion in Parsippany to a French café in Downtown Newark, here are 5 new eateries.

Armed Robbery Suspect In Montclair Pointed Gun At Cop, Police Say

A Montclair police officer heard someone scream, then saw a man take off running. Here’s what happened next, authorities said.

Health Issues May Cause State Sen. Cunningham To Leave Politics

One report this week said NJ Senate President Pro Tempore Sandra Cunningham of Jersey City has been hospitalized for 54 days.

Secaucus Police Blotter, Nov. 21 - Nov. 27

A man is accused of pulling out a knife in an argument that broke out over a car collision last Tuesday night near the Harper apartments:

44 MPH Wind Gusts Expected In Hudson County

One local city advised residents to bring in loose objects. Showers and wind gusts are expected before the evening.

Tickets Remain For Taylor Swift Laser Show Coming To Jersey City

Liberty Science Center in Jersey City says their Taylor Swift laser show includes music from all eras, in advance of the 2023 Eras Tour.

Sushi Via Conveyor Belt: Kura Restaurant Opens In Jersey City

Kura Sushi opened in Jersey City on Sunday, featuring a conveyor belt, revolving sushi bar, and a drink-delivering robot.

Private Backyard, Space To Entertain In This Secaucus Home

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