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NJ TRANSIT TO HOST CUSTOMER FORUM AT HOBOKEN TERMINAL

NJT ticket machine

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Hoboken NJ, NJ TRANSIT is inviting customers to interact with senior management and operations personnel at the latest “We Are Listening” forum at Hoboken Terminal Thursday, October 11th from 4:30-6:30 p.m.

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Ridgewood Youth arrested on two 4th degree charges of False Public Alarm and False Reports to Police in Hoboken

Hoboken Police Rick Toscano

Hoboken Police photo by Rick Toscano

February 20,2018

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Hoboken NJ, Hoboken Police Chief and Vice-President of the Hudson County Chiefs of Police Association reported on twitter that , “Last night, an intoxicated male, 21 years old, from Ridgewood, was rejected admission to go into 1Republik in @CityofHoboken . He proceeded to call 911 to report that a rape was occurring in 1Republik’s bathroom causing an emergency response, a dangerous situation.”

Chief Ken Ferrante followed up , “Great work by @HobokenPD Sergeant Rino Binetti and Officer Anthony Rutkowski who through their immediate work, identified the caller and arrested him on two 4th degree charges of False Public Alarm and False Reports to Police. Sick behavior! “

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New ferry route between N.J. and midtown to begin this fall

NY Waterway

By Larry Higgs | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
on April 12, 2017 at 6:12 AM, updated April 12, 2017 at 9:48 AM

Last week, in the midst of the commuter chaos caused by the train derailment at Penn Station, NY Waterway set up an extra ferry route from Hoboken to mid-town Manhattan.

That service will now become a permanent later this year, NY Waterway officials said.

The new ferry service will run the same route between West 39th Street and Hoboken terminal, starting in September, said Arthur Imperatore Sr. NY Waterway president and founder.

That ferry service was launched as an emergency route during the height of last week’s commuting crisis caused by a derailment in Penn Station New York on April and four days of reduced rail service while track damage was repaired.

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