Secaucus Business Breakfast & Brainstorm on June 11
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SECAUCUS – Mayor Michael Gonnelli and the town council invite Secaucus businesses, restaurants, and organizations to participate in an exchange of ideas addressing the concerns of the Secaucus busi...
Body found in Braddock Park
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NORTH BERGEN – A man appearing to be in his 50s was found dead in a wooded area near the lake in James J. Braddock Park on Monday between 7:30 and 8 a.m. The body was discovered in what the authori...
Union City is #6 ‘best small city for women in the workforce’
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UNION CITY – Consumer advocacy site NerdWallet recently researched and ranked locations across the country and named Union City the number 6 best small city for women in the workforce. The overall ...
“…hand-hygiene compliance… has proven to be extremely effective at preventing MRSA infections…”
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Recently Fox News * reported the importance of hand washing in the ICU. “Gloves and gowns don't appear to protect against MRSA, VRE infections in hospitals. Researchers anal...
Stinky fish gets stuck on edge of Weehawken waterfront
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WEEHAWKEN -- Like a sturgeon. Washing up in Weehawken for the very first time. Like a stur-ur-ur-urgeoooon. Last week, the Reporter newspaper chain got a call from a gentleman who said that a "preh...
Students excel despite hardships
Some find hard road to successes
by Joseph Passantino
Reporter staff writer
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More than 120 Marist High School students were honored at the school’s 21st Annual Academic Awards Banquet on May 1, but probably no student was more pleased than junior Matthew Cabrera. Cabrera wa...
Bayonne municipal runoffs on Tuesday, June 10 to decide five seats
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BAYONNE – The campaign for Bayonne mayor – and for four council posts – will come to an end on Tuesday, June 10, as city voters have their final say. Bayonne’s municipal election runoffs will settl...
New York Giant takes Bayonne girl to prom
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BAYONNE – New York Giant football player Steve Weatherford made good on his promise to take Bayonne High School senior Lauren Delbert to her prom, appearing at the high school red carpet festivitie...
Medical practice in Bayonne joins Barnabas Health Medical Group
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BAYONNE – Local officials, physicians, and members of Barnabas Health’s executive leadership team gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the addition of United Medical PC, 988 Broadway,...
Viewing for former Hoboken tenant advocate Tom Olivieri
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HOBOKEN -- In the 1980s and 1990s, Hoboken was changing so quickly that City Hall needed a person whose job was to deal with tenant concerns and rents. Teofilo Olivieri ("Tom"), was that person. Fo...