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Menendez to be retried, says Politico
HUDSON COUNTY – In a report broken by Politico, federal prosecutors announced that they will retry U.S. Senator Robert Menendez, after a deadlocked jury in November resulted in a mistrial. Annalou ...
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Court rules LSP marina plan can proceed
JERSEY CITY – A lawsuit brought by Jersey City to halt a plan to construct “millionaires’ marina” at the south end of Liberty State Park was rejected by a Superior Court on Jan. 19. The court ruled...
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Secaucus charges retail workers in alleged Ebates scheme
SECAUCUS – Police have arrested five employees from a local clothing store warehouse in connection with an alleged fraud scheme. According to a town police report, the employees would allegedly pro...
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​Newark on list of possible sites for Amazon headquarters, Bayonne and JC left out
HUDSON COUNTY – Amazon, Inc. included Newark on a list of 20 “candidate cities” in consideration for its second headquarters, which it calls “ HQ2 .” Jersey City and Bayonne were left off the list,...
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Fulop will seek a third term as mayor
JERSEY CITY – In a tweet posted on Saturday night, Jan. 13, Mayor Steven Fulop reversed his campaign promise to only serve two terms. “I assure u I’m running for mayor for another term to fight for...
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Time to sign up for Hoboken's Little League and recreation baseball
HOBOKEN -- Registration for the Hoboken Little League is now open on a Little League website, although those with younger children who want to sign up for recreation baseball have to use a separate...
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Biggest city in the state?
JERSEY CITY – Mayor Steven Fulop today tweeted that Jersey City is the biggest city in the state. “Well, look at this.... I think the data is pretty clear here that #JerseyCity will certainly be fo...
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West New York to vote on ordinance banning short-term rentals in town
WEST NEW YORK – West New York officials will hold a public hearing this week on an ordinance that would ban short-term vacation rentals in town. The hearing will take place at the Jan. 18 Board of ...
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Sharma Montgomery to run for Bayonne City Council
BAYONNE – Former Board of Education candidate and Air Force veteran, Sharma Montgomery, will run for the First Ward Bayonne City Council seat on mayoral candidate Jason O’Donnell’s ticket in the mu...
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County's homeless hotline AGAIN doesn't pick up when we call -- days after homeless man freezes to death in portable potty
HUDSON COUNTY -- Eight days after construction workers in Union City found a homeless man's body in a local port-o-potty, the county's homeless hotline is again not working. Two reporters called th...
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Hoboken Board of Education swears in new trustee
HOBOKEN -- After conducting interviews in executive session during Tuesday night, the Hoboken Board of Education unanimously appointed lifelong resident Elizabeth Walker to the board. She was sworn...
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ANUSZEWSKI, THERESA B.
71, a lifelong resident of Bayonne, passed away on December 27, 2017, with her family by her side. Theresa was employed as a clerical secretary for the Equiserve Corporation of Jersey City, a posit...
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BAILEY, JOYCE
of Bayonne passed away on January 4, 2018. She was the mother of James, William, Clarence, Gladys Bryant and Vanessa Bryant-Dale; sister of Lawrence and Doris; 10 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildr...
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CANCRO, ARTHUR P.
"Artie," 94; passed away surrounded by family on December 26 at the Bayonne Medical Center, after a brief illness. Arthur was born in Bayonne and lived there all his life. He was a retired Foreman ...
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CASAIS, MANUEL
80, of Bayonne, passed away on January 7, 2018, at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, NJ with his family by his side. Born in El-Pindo, Spain, Manuel immigrated to the United States in 1965...
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DOWNES, PATRICIA
passed away at Bayonne Medical Center on January 9, 2018. She was born in Jersey City and resided in Bayonne for most of her life. Patricia worked at the Stevens Institute of Technology for 50 year...
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GABLE, JOSEPH F., JR.
83, of Barnegat passed January 7, 2018. A US Army Veteran, he formerly resided in Bayonne where he was a communicant of O.L. of Mt. Carmel Church, the Mt. Carmel Lyceum, and Scout Leader for the Bo...
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MECCA, PATRICIA ANN
63, passed away at her home in Bayonne surrounded by her family after suffering a long illness. Patricia was born and lived most her life in Hoboken; before moving to Bayonne almost 20 years ago. S...
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MULEWSKI, LORI J.
55, passed away on January 5, 2018. She was born and raised in Bayonne and was a graduate of Bayonne High School. She attended Jersey City State University and the Fashion Institute of Technology i...
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Former Mayor Mark Smith rumored to run again
Union labor at issue as Davis and O’Donnell spar

Former Bayonne Mayor and Hudson County Democratic Chairman Mark Smith, who lost his mayoral bid against Mayor James Davis in 2014 by a close margin, is rumored to be running again. If true, he will...
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