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The Bayonne chainsaw massacre Will trees be cut down to make way for development?

Open space is in short supply in Bayonne. In the existing open space, shade and the fully-grown trees that create it seem to be dwindling. That’s why a group of uptown residents is rallying...

‘Christmas Miracle’ turns to tragedy Priest succumbs to injuries

A local priest suffered a heart attack on Dec. 22 while driving and crashed his car just hundreds of feet from the Bayonne Medical Center. He was a stone’s throw from the emergency room when...

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Newspaper Media Group taps veteran editor for Hudson County papers As part of Newspaper Media Group’s ongoing commitment to serving Hudson County’s thriving communities, NMG has tapped Bruce Moran as Department Editor. Moran, a...

Generation of veterans slowly fading, never forgotten Beloved resident Frank Perrucci was one of...

The “Greatest Generation” that fought in World War II and the Korean War, lived through the Great Depression of the 1930s, and the economic expansion of the post-war years and the New Deal is...

Classical Indian dancers perform in Bayonne Traditional Hindu stories told through dance

The holiday season is a time of sharing and giving, both within families and among cultures. In ethnically diverse Hudson County, a trio of classical Indian dancers performed “Bharatanatyam” at the Bayonne Public Library...

1,400 teddy bears given away BCB Bank and Bayonne Education Foundation team up

Over 1,400 pre-k students in Bayonne received teddy bears and visits from representatives of the Bayonne Community Bank (BCB) and the Bayonne Education Foundation (BEF), who read students the children’s book, “Bear Stays Up...

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Frank Perrucci remembered as beloved citizen When Frank Perrucci passed away on Dec. 27, Bayonne lost a man who cared deeply about his community and his country. Mayor James Davis spoke for us all when...

The year in review 2018, when development and controversy came to Bayonne

2018 has been a year of transition in Bayonne, when local events sometimes reflected national concerns, like danger from guns and the rights of Muslims to worship, while others like traffic and road improvements...

A year to remember, unhappily Division and change fractured Hudson politics in 2018

Hudson County politics made history in 2018, but not in a positive way, and local events reflected some of the broader conflicts unsettling the nation. U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez fended off a well-heeled Republican challenger...

Hudson 2018: in the eye of the ICE storm Immigration was the top story...

Hudson County, like the Mexican border, was a focal point of the national conflict over federal immigration policies in 2018. Controversy over the housing of detainees in the county jail overshadowed some of the county’s...
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