Hudson Regional Hospital is set to hold its annual Fall Festival on Sunday, October 23. The festival will feature car seat installations by the Secaucus Police Department’s Certified Child Safety Seat Technician Michael Bronowich. In addition, there will be health screenings, a petting zoo, craft and food vendors, children’s activities, entertainment, and more. All activities… Continue reading Hudson Regional Hospital to host annual Fall Festival on October 23
Mochinut, popular for its combination of Japanese mochi and American doughnuts, is expanding in New Jersey. The company will open another location on Oct. 17 at 871 Cooper Landing Rd. in Cherry Hill. Eleven more Mochinut spots are slated to open in the Garden State soon, according to the company’s website. They will be located in… Continue reading Specialty doughnut shop opening new N.J. locations
Leasing to Kick off this Summer for Acclaimed Brand’s Newest Community in Downtown Newark Leasing to Kick off this Summer for Acclaimed Brand’s Newest Community in Downtown Newark Newark, NJ — Construction is nearing completion on Newark Urby, paving the way for leasing to officially launch this summer. In anticipation of the opening, Urby and… Continue reading Urby and LMXD Announce Priority Waitlist for Newark Urby
The township is gearing up to bring back a sense of normalcy for the summer of 2022 As summer begins, the township of North Bergen is preparing to offer its residents a season of fun featuring a slew of events hosted in conjunction with the Recreation Department writes Daniel Israel. The Hudson Reporter spoke with Parks and… Continue reading North Bergen is ready for a fun-filled summer of recreation
WHAT’S GOING ON? Patrick O'Shea of NJ.com compiled a small sample of area happenings you may want to check out in the coming days. Check ahead, for some events are being postponed or canceled over COVID-19 concerns. Visit venue websites to learn about COVID-19 safety precautions in effect. See the full list here.
Officials from Urby and the Town of Harrison cut the ribbon on new 381-unit building at Harrison Urby. From L to R: Jesus Huranga, Harrison 1st Ward Councilmember; Larry Bennett, Harrison 3rd Ward Councilmember; David Barry, Founder and CEO of Urby; James A. Fife, Mayor of Harrison; Richard Miller, CEO of The Pegasus Group; James Doran, Harrison 4th Ward Councilmember; Eleanor Villalta, Harrison 2nd Ward Councilmember; Ellen Mendoza, Harrison 2nd Ward Councilmember.
Newark Symphony Hall (NSH), New Jersey’s largest Black-led arts and entertainment venue, announced that the exclusive fireside chat with Tina Knowles Lawson it hosted last fall is broadcasting on NWK-TV, as well as streaming on NSH’s Facebook and YouTube pages, on Feb. 28 at 9 p.m. Click here to see what it’s all about!