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Mayor Davis addresses the Class of 2021. Photos via Mayor James Davis social media

Bayonne students graduate

The Bayonne High School Class of 2021 graduated on June 24, the last graduation ceremony in the city.

Principal Richard Baccarella, BHS Class of 1971, marked his 50th anniversary, and Mayor James Davis, BHS Class of 1981, marked his 40th.

“You have worked so hard to achieve this accomplishment!” Davis said. “Remember to keep learning, work hard and chase your goals!”

New juice bar opens

City officials took part in an opening ceremony for The Squeeze Juice Bar, at 791 Broadway.

Historic trail

Three Bayonne High School students and Social Studies teacher Kelly Sweeney worked on an interactive program about the histories of the Bayonne Public Library, the Elco Boatworks, and the Bayonne Bridge.

The project produced a booklet, a QR code, and website https://sites.google.com/students.bboed.org/history- heritage-trail/home.

Officers and victim identified in shooting

The Attorney General’s Office has released more information regarding the fatal officer-involved shooting on June 7. The Bayonne victim is Lee Waskiewicz, 47, who lived where the shooting occurred. The BPD officers are Timothy Ballance, Jr. and Edward Taveras.

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