KNOCKING IT OUT: Bayonne Cal Ripken team member Julian Gonzalez watches the flight of the ball he hit for a grand slam against the Edison squad.  (Photo courtesy of Jen Lapinski)
KNOCKING IT OUT: Bayonne Cal Ripken team member Julian Gonzalez watches the flight of the ball he hit for a grand slam against the Edison squad. (Photo courtesy of Jen Lapinski)
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14th Street, Hoboken, after a recent thunderstorm
14th Street, Hoboken, after a recent thunderstorm
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FULLER CHAMBER – More residents came out than usual for the first regular council meeting of the administration of Mayor James Davis.
FULLER CHAMBER – More residents came out than usual for the first regular council meeting of the administration of Mayor James Davis.
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LEADER OF THE PACK -- John Bauer of Bayonne, president of HPAE Local 5185, leads the way in the protest outside of the Bayonne Medical Center.
LEADER OF THE PACK -- John Bauer of Bayonne, president of HPAE Local 5185, leads the way in the protest outside of the Bayonne Medical Center.
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LEADER OF THE PACK -- John Bauer of Bayonne, president of HPAE Local 5185, leads the way in the protest outside of the Bayonne Medical Center.
LEADER OF THE PACK -- John Bauer of Bayonne, president of HPAE Local 5185, leads the way in the protest outside of the Bayonne Medical Center.
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SEEKING HELP – Joanne Tassone-Dost, assistant executive director, said helping hands are always welcomed at Windmill.
SEEKING HELP – Joanne Tassone-Dost, assistant executive director, said helping hands are always welcomed at Windmill.
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FRIEND OF BAYONNE – U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez visited the Bayonne Fire Department on July 21 to announce a $295,000 federal grant for the department. The money will fund the purchase of new gear and allow city firefighters to better handle high-angle rescues at tall buildings and industrial sites. Mayor James Davis and Fire Chief Gregory Rogers joined Menendez for the check presentation.
FRIEND OF BAYONNE – U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez visited the Bayonne Fire Department on July 21 to announce a $295,000 federal grant for the department. The money will fund the purchase of new gear and allow city firefighters to better handle high-angle rescues at tall buildings and industrial sites. Mayor James Davis and Fire Chief Gregory Rogers joined Menendez for the check presentation.
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A protest in May at the Alaris Health facility in Guttenberg, which workers allege may be closed to make way for luxury high-rise.
A protest in May at the Alaris Health facility in Guttenberg, which workers allege may be closed to make way for luxury high-rise.
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