Steve Strunsky is a reporter with NJ Advance Media, the principal content provider for The Star-Ledger and

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Gov-elect Phil Murphy demands NJ Transit postpone vote on controversial purchase of Hoboken ferry yard scheduled for MLK Day. Mayor Ravi Bhalla and his predecessor Dawn Zimmer, both Murphy allies, want a park on the site.
NJ Transit's controversial '11th hour' vote Wednesday on whether to spend $11.5M on a ferry maintenance yard in Hoboken was postponed to the 11:30th hour, i.e. Friday, for lack of a quorum. Hoboken officials have lobbied the governor-elect to let them create a park on the site.
Is it Hoboken v NJ Transit in a David v Goliath fight over control of waterfront land? The city wants a park, but the agency wants a ferry maintenance yard for NY Waterway and could vote to buy the site today.
In an alleged forced sex act at Hoboken High School, a 17-year-old student is charged with kidnapping and aggravated sexual assault, while an 18-year-old varsity basketball player faces child pornography charges after cops say he videotaped the incident.
Four male students at Hoboken High School have been charged with forcing a female student to perform a sex act on one of them in a room inside the school during school hours.
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