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Shake Shack Truck In Hoboken This Weekend But Store On Hold
People in Hoboken and Jersey City can order from the popular burger joint via this link. ALSO see below for 3 other restaurant openings.
NJ School Official Has 92 Questions About Coronavirus Reopening
Garden State Coalition of Schools President David Aderhold said officials are already concerned about what next school year will look like.
Gov. Murphy: NJ Day Care, Sports, Camps Can Resume In Coronavirus
WATCH: Gov. Phil Murphy is allowing summer camps, child care and organized sports in the coronavirus outbreak. Here's the latest.
Secaucus Weekend Weather Forecast
What to expect from the weather this weekend in the Secaucus area.
Watch The Rutgers Virtual Graduation This Sunday
Starting at 2 p.m. this Sunday, watch the Rutgers graduation ceremony online. Sens. Booker and Menendez will speak, plus Lester Holt.
Gov. Murphy: NJ Backslides Slightly In Coronavirus Outbreak
WATCH: Gov. Phil Murphy addressed those calling for NJ to fully reopen after the state backslid slightly in the coronavirus outbreak.
Stevens Institute In Hoboken Says Fall Semester Will Be In Person
The engineering university in New Jersey may take measures like handing out masks and quarantining students on campus if they get the virus.
Secaucus Town Pool WILL Open, Will Be Free For Secaucus Residents
In dramatic news, the Secaucus town pool will be free this summer for town residents only. Summer camps are likely to resume also.
NJ Turnpike, Parkway Toll Hikes Approved Amid Coronavirus Crisis
The toll hikes will be used to pay for a $24 billion capital improvement plan. Some are accusing officials of “hiding behind the pandemic.”
Secaucus 4th Grader Honored For Art: 'Why I Love Hudson County'
In Secaucus, artwork from Arav Bajoria, a fourth grader at Huber Street School, was chosen as one of the winners.
'High Degree Of Confidence' NJ Summer Camps, Daycare Will Open
Gov. Phil Murphy said, much like graduations, he believes these programs will take place in the Garden State this summer.
Turn Facemasks Into Art For Hoboken Museum's Countywide Contest
The contest is open to all artists living in Hudson County, NJ.
Patriarch Of Popular Malibu Diner In Hoboken Passes Away
Konstantinos Babalis died on May 16 at age 80.
NJ Moving Toward Stage 2 Of Reopening: Here's What That Means
Restaurants with outdoor seating, limited personal care, and possibly indoor dining, museums, and libraries may be back soon.
Opioid Prescription Must Come With Narcan: Attorney General
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said that move is being made to curb fatal overdoses.
Coronavirus-Linked Child Inflammatory Illness On The Rise In NJ
Parents, grandparents and caregivers are being asked to look for symptoms and seek immediate care.
Secaucus Police Blotter, May 18 - May 24
Released by Secaucus police, all the arrests for that time period:
'Serious Children's Health Issue:' Vaccines Down In NJ
The need to protect children from serious childhood diseases doesn't disappear during the COVID-19 public health emergency, officials said.
This Man Broke Into Cars At Xchange, Stole Two, Said Secaucus PD
Secaucus police say from March - May, this man broke into 13 unlocked cars parked at Xchange, and drove off in two of them.