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St. Patrick's Day Raffle

St. Patrick's Day Raffle

▶ Posted 03-01-2021, From Secaucus Township

Participate in a short survey at secaucuslibrary.org to win a $50 gift certificate.

Police Blotter 02/22/2021 - 02/28/2021

Police Blotter 02/22/2021 - 02/28/2021

▶ Posted 03-01-2021, From Secaucus Police

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

Accreditation Assessment Team Invites Public Comment

Accreditation Assessment Team Invites Public Comment

▶ Posted 02-25-2021, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding accreditation assessment.

Street Sweeping Resumes

Street Sweeping Resumes

▶ Posted 02-25-2021, From Secaucus Township

Street Sweeping resumes on Monday, March 15, 2021.

March Food Drive

March Food Drive

▶ Posted 02-22-2021, From Secaucus Township

Food donations are being collected on March 13th at the Community Center.

Heroin, Cocaine and MDMA Seized During Hotel Room Search in Secaucus

Heroin, Cocaine and MDMA Seized During Hotel Room Search in Secaucus

▶ Posted 02-22-2021, From Secaucus Police

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

Police Blotter 02/15/2021 - 02/21/2021

Police Blotter 02/15/2021 - 02/21/2021

▶ Posted 02-22-2021, From Secaucus Police

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

Secaucus Schools Reopening March 8th

Secaucus Schools Reopening March 8th

▶ Posted 02-19-2021, By Staff Writer

The Secaucus School Superintendent just announced that public schools will reopen on March 8th for in-person learning.

Secaucus Recreation Wrestling Registration

Secaucus Recreation Wrestling Registration

▶ Posted 02-19-2021, From Secaucus Recreation

Registration is now open for wrestling through Community Pass.

Secaucus Recreation Gymnastics Registration

Secaucus Recreation Gymnastics Registration

▶ Posted 02-19-2021, From Secaucus Recreation

Registration is now open for gymnastics through Community Pass.

Secaucus Recreation Softball Registration

Secaucus Recreation Softball Registration

▶ Posted 02-19-2021, From Secaucus Recreation

Registration is now open for softball through Community Pass.

Secaucus Recreation Spring Soccer Registration

Secaucus Recreation Spring Soccer Registration

▶ Posted 02-19-2021, From Secaucus Recreation

Registration is now open for spring soccer through Community Pass.

Rental Assistance Is Here

Rental Assistance Is Here

▶ Posted 02-19-2021, From Secaucus Township

Mayor Gonnelli and the Town Council invite eligible residents who are facing eviction and/or unable to pay rent to apply for rental assistance.

02/19 Update on Secaucus' Coronavirus Statistics

02/19 Update on Secaucus' Coronavirus Statistics

▶ Posted 02-19-2021, By Staff Writer

Like the rest of New Jersey, Secaucus is seeing a gradual decline in the COVID-19 infection rate, although there were two coronavirus-related deaths in the last two weeks.

Secaucus Crash Results in Two People Injured and One Driver Charged with Assault by Auto

Secaucus Crash Results in Two People Injured and One Driver Charged with Assault by Auto

▶ Posted 02-15-2021, From Secaucus Police

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

Health Department - 2021 Pet Tag Delivery

Health Department - 2021 Pet Tag Delivery

▶ Posted 02-12-2021, From Secaucus Township

Please be advised the Health Department is delayed in receiving the 2021 pet tags.

Two Loaded Handguns Seized During Motor Vehicle Stop In Secaucus

Two Loaded Handguns Seized During Motor Vehicle Stop In Secaucus

▶ Posted 02-11-2021, From Secaucus Police

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

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 02-08-2021, From Secaucus Township

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

Early Childhood Registration

Early Childhood Registration

▶ Posted 02-08-2021, From Secaucus Township

Enrollment for pre-kindergarten students will take place from February 22nd through February 26th.

Police Blotter 02/01/2021 - 02/07/2021

Police Blotter 02/01/2021 - 02/07/2021

▶ Posted 02-08-2021, From Secaucus Police

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

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