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Bayonne’s church organs get some TLC

The organ is little appreciated outside of churches, horror movies, and soap operas. Bayonne is rich in one of those categories, and a former resident, pianist, and organist who now lives in Pennsylvania came back...

Calling all cameras

The Bayonne Police Department encourages residents and business owners to register their surveillance cameras with the police department so that officials can more efficiently investigate crimes. “If we had an incident in a certain area,...


Jet skier stranded, rescued by Bayonne firefighters A man was stranded in the Newark Bay shipping channel on the afternoon of May 8 after his jet ski malfunctioned, according to Bayonne Fire Chief Keith Weaver....

Hudson County CASA is seeking volunteers

Learn how to become a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) volunteer and help foster children find safe and permanent homes. The next information session will be held at Little City Books at 100 Bloomfield...

Air pollution–Bayonne’s invisible threat

The public conversation about environmentalism has picked up steam in recent years as more empirical data emerges about the negative consequences of energy consumption and natural resource depletion. The issue is global and ideological....

Longest-serving city clerk to retire

Robert Sloan may be known to most as the guy who reads aloud the ordinances at Bayonne City Council meetings and chimes in with a joke or two when meetings get tense. For the past...

Wanted: uptown and downtown middle schools

The Bayonne school district, with nearly 10,000 students, is bursting at the seams. That’s not news. District officials in the facilities committee have been meeting regularly for more than two years, devising a long-term facilities plan...

Earth, Part 2: Green vs. grey infrastructure

Green infrastructure has gained popularity recently as a means for local communities to manage water in a way that protects and restores natural water cycles. It’s popular with many because it's visible and improves...


Italian shipping company lied to the Coast Guard in Bayonne and covered up pollution An Italy-based shipping company admitted to discharging oil waste and other pollutants into the ocean and lying about it, according to...

Hudson Reporter wins 13 awards from the Garden State Journalists Association

The reporters and graphic artists for The Hudson Reporter newspapers recently won ­ 13 awards in the Garden State Journalists Association’s 72nd Annual Memorial Journalism Awards Competition. The competition, “honoring the best in print, online...
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