A bridge too far?
Meeting with Port Authority leaves many residents unhappy
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The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey held its latest public information session on Sept. 29 regarding its Raise the Roadway Bayonne Bridge project, but many of the city residents affected ...
Jersey City’s unemployment declines again
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JERSEY CITY – August U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics show that Jersey City’s unemployment rate continues to plunge downward, even while the State of New Jersey saw an increase in its unemployment r...
Re-creating recreation
Mayor holds town hall meeting for suggestions
by Joseph Passantino
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Proclaiming the city needs a strong program of recreational activities for its youth and adults, Mayor James Davis held a town-hall meeting on Sept. 30 at Bayonne High School to elicit suggestions ...
National TV personality to lecture about information age
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BAYONNE – Author Judith Valente, a Bayonne native who is Midwest correspondent for PBS-TV, will speak on Friday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. at St. Andrew Parish in Bayonne, 4th Street and Broadway. Her pres...
60 is sensational
Marist celebrates six decades of excellence educating young minds
by Joseph Passantino
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Marist High School is throwing an anniversary party, and you’re invited to attend. The Catholic, coed, college preparatory high school on Kennedy Boulevard near the Bayonne-Jersey City line is cele...
When life gives you lemons …
Local residents hope to kick off countywide program to fight cancer
by Al Sullivan
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September was Children’s Cancer Month, and that is why several Bayonne residents deeply involved in raising funds for cancer research in several towns in Hudson County expanded their efforts throug...
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Longtime city servant Brigid Breivogel, dies Brigid Marie Conaghan Breivogel, a retired Bayonne health director and community activist, died on Oct. 1. Breivogel was retired. She had been employed ...
Palisades Medical Center honored for stroke and heart failure treatment
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NORTH BERGEN – The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association have recognized Palisades Medical Center with their Get With The Guidelines® Gold-Plus Quality Achievement Awards for the M...
”….. medical trials — the basis by which a drug’s effectiveness, dosing, and adverse effects are determined — often fail to include older participants.”
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A recent Boston Globe article http://www.bostonglobe.com * noted for older patients the “cardiologist must develop a treatment plan despite little published evidence to guide his clinical decisions...
Hoboken school board candidates to appear at Elks Lodge forum
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HOBOKEN — On Wednesday, Hoboken voters will have a chance to hear from at least some of the candidates in the upcoming election for three Board of Education seats. All of the candidates have been i...