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Another special improvement district on MOTBY

A new special improvement district (SID) is planned at Harbour Place on the former Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne, where multiple large-scale real estate developments are currently under construction. The Bayonne City Council is...

New apartment building opens on 19 East 19th Street

A contemporary residential apartment building, called “19 East” after its address on 19 East 19th Street, officially opened on March 19 after two years of construction. The new building is one of many new...

Missing Bayonne cat!

On March 5, our cat, Papi, went missing after our house fire at 86 West 13th Street, Bayonne. If you see him, please contact (201) 779-8344 or (201) 284-1888

Bayonne makes room for 585 pre-k students

The Bayonne school district will soon be able to accommodate 585 pre-k students after it received more than $6.7 million from the NJ Department of Education to expand its full-day pre-k program in September...

Bayonne troublemaker turned research fellow

Ridged metal sliced through Youssef Kousa’s thigh as he hopped a fence chasing a soccer ball in Egypt where he grew up in the late 1980s. Medical schools and doctors were hard to come by...

Bayonne Briefs

Former payroll clerk arrested for allegedly stealing $34,000 in employee pay A Lyndhurst man was arrested in February on forgery and theft charges after an investigation by the Bayonne Police Department showed evidence that he...

BBOED punts on property sale

The Bayonne Board of Education (BBOED) rejected a bid for a small piece of property on 9th St. once used to repair buses and store shop materials. A local entity bid $160,000; three of...

Bayonne Briefs

Bayonne house and condo sales jump in third quarter The average sale price for condos and co-ops hit an all-time high of $247,000 in Bayonne in the third quarter of 2018, up 57 percent...

Should courts charge a fee for a public defender?

Hudson County municipalities are going in different directions on a municipal court policy and Sixth Amendment issue. Bayonne and Secaucus councils are planning to raise the municipal courts’ public defender “user fees,” charged to...

Youth lobby Bayonne City Council to endorse Green New Deal

A group of young Bayonne residents is lobbying the Bayonne City Council to endorse the Green New Deal. The students, all Bayonne residents who attend High Tech High School in Secaucus, are part of...
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