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Bayonne chooses ferry operator City crests the wave of river commuting

SeaStreak, a private ferry operator based in Atlantic Highlands that serves the NY/NJ, Long Island, and New England regions, may come to the former Military Ocean Terminal Base (MOTBY) if a resolution designating the...

Miracle dog rescued Owner praises altruistic searchers

Ken Adelung, 83, a retired printer, was hospitalized after a fall in his home. He was worried because his son, Jeff, hadn't visited for days; a search was underway for the family’s missing dog,...

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Bayonne Polish community marches in Pulaski Parade Members of the Bayonne’s Polish community marched in the Pulaski Day Parade on 5th Avenue in Manhattan on Saturday, October 6. A group of Polish residents celebrated in...

Packing heat School district to arm some security guards

Bayonne schools were panicked last year when a social media user threatened a school shooting at “BHS,” which was later discovered to have been an abbreviation for another school district. As a result of threats...

And the envelope please … Bayonne film company wins big at Golden Door

Seeing your face displayed on a screen in front a film festival audience can be stressful. The cast and crew of Yellow Scare, a black-and-white sci-fi comedy that takes place in an alternate reality...

Floods? Fires? Ferrante! OEM coordinator engages public

Edoardo “Junior” Ferrante scrambled through the flooded streets of Bayonne on September 25 during an unrelenting downpour in his all-wheel-drive SUV. His mission? To ensure flooded roads were closed, stranded citizens safe, and the...

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Puggle rescued after being trapped in underground tank at pump station Bayonne firefighters rescued a small dog from an underground holding tank at a pump station on 5th Street on Wednesday, October 3. The dog,...

Killer yellowjackets! Nest removed at playground

There was quite a commotion outside City Hall on Sept 17--not protesters, not the press, not a parade. It was a swarm of yellowjackets at Fitzpatrick Park on 27th Street and Avenue C. “We...

Wallace Temple A.M.E. marks a milestone Church celebrates 125 years of dignity and respect

In the 125-year history of Wallace Temple African Methodist Episcopal Zion, families have come and gone but the values the church espouses remain constant – treating everyone with “dignity and respect.” “We’re not going to...

Pay-to-play issue raised by local resident New political group calls for changes

A new political group called the Bayonne Center for Progress sent a letter to the Bayonne City Council last week requesting the city adopt a pay-to-play ordinance. “Pay-to-play legislation will help ensure that tax...
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