HOBOKEN, NJ — As the state of New Jersey rolls out its coronavirus vaccine locations, and students anticipate a return to school after break (remotely at first in Hoboken and nearby towns), residents and officials look ahead to 2021 with hope and caution.
Here are some of the stories that will likely be most relevant in Hoboken in 2021:
Coronavirus vaccine rollout
The state has begun rolling out coronavirus vaccination sites and created a phased plan for who gets vaccinated first. Read on:
Hospital sales and announcements
CarePoint announced this week that their hospitals in Hoboken and Jersey City are being sold. Here are related stories that will continue into 2021.
Business openings and promotions
Hoboken saw several businesses announce their openings in 2020, and several more plan to open in 2021 or ramp up their offerings. Groups like the Hoboken Business Alliance will continue creative promotions to highlight their businesses.
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Remote school, and what's happening with summer camp options?
The rules around remote learning and school activities will continue to be at issue in 2021. And with kids cooped up, organizations and towns have started planning for summer camp and programs.
Deciding what to build is never easy, especially of parts of older towns transform. Here are some development stories that are likely to continue to make news in 2021:
Plan Approved For NJ Transit Development On Hoboken Border
Biggest stories of 2020
Did you miss our 2020 year in review stories? These were some of the top stories in Hudson County: Bruuuuce, ICE and COVID.
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