Hoboken Week in Review – 12/13/2009
Nothing surprising this week!
More city trouble, lonely pets, bad drivers, and new dry cleaners – a typical week in Hoboken!
Here’s a recap of some noteworthy entries for the week ending Sunday, December 13, 2009…
- 25 CENT!
State Attorney General Anne Milgram hands out indictments to former Hoboken Parking Director John Corea and his guilty-pleading business partner. Over $600k stolen from city coffers!
Former Councilman Chris Campos’ work in the past may have positive results for Hoboken flooding in the future!
A local Hoboken businessman gets charged with some sick crimes – and denies any wrongdoing.
- ADOPT MIKE!
An adorable dog needs a loving home – are you ready for the commitment?
A giant 18-wheeler ends up on the waterfront walkway – how’d that happen?
A retro photo of a now-defunct hospital in Hudson County reminds one reader about our open sore of a “Medical Center.”
Most car accidents in Hoboken don’t involve brownstone apartment buildings!
A very cool retro photo of what the tube trains looked like over 100 years ago!
Some updates about what retail may be coming soon over at Maxwell Place…
Hoboken411 stumbles across the sign for the Malibu Diner that was auctioned off on eBay – only $70 bucks!
- COMING SOON: A new takeout Indian Restaurant “Anika’s Kati Roll Grill” – hooray!
- NOW OPEN: Stacks Pancake House is very well received, and in much less exciting news – a new AT&T Cell Phone store…
- UPDATED: The upcoming 7-Eleven on Washington Street – is part of over 10 stores in the owner’s franchise collection.
- Adopt Dogs and Cats TODAY and next Sunday – down by the Barnes and Noble!
- The lighting of the City Hall Menorah at 5pm tonight!
- Crafts fairs at both the Hoboken Museum and at City Hall today!
- Lovelight: Christmas at Our Lady of Grace (today)
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“Hate is too great a burden to bear. It injures the hater more than it injures the hated.”– Coretta Scott King