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Hoboken mandates vaccine or regular testing for all city employees Mayor Bhalla encourages Hoboken...

Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla has signed an Executive Order requiring that all municipal employees in the City of Hoboken be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by August 9, or submit to regular testing. Employees who are...

Four mixed-use residential buildings proposed The Bayonne Planning Board will hold a public hearing...

The Bayonne Planning Board is set to hold a public hearing on final site plans for the former A&P site at its August meeting. Located downtown, off Avenue A and just south of North...

Who doesn’t hate going to Motor Vehicles? MVC mobile unit coming to Secaucus

Instead of waiting in line at the Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC), Secaucus is bringing the MVC to residents. On Aug. 4, the town will host a NJMVC mobile unit at the Recreation Center parking lot...

Small business grants available for Bayonne establishments A new round of federal funding has...

Thanks to a new round of federal funding, more small business grants are available to qualified local businesses, Bayonne Mayor James Davis announced. To be eligible, a business must have no more than 25 fulltime employees, and it must...

Board of Education tables revision to ‘controversial issues’ policy Teachers' union president argued there...

The Bayonne Board of Education has voted to table part of a resolution that would revise a board policy regarding “controversial issues.” The move came at the request of Bayonne Education Association (BEA) President...

Man charged with sexually assaulting teen in North Bergen Massachusetts man faces multiple charges...

Wolide Yessuf, 18, has been arrested by members of the Arlington, Massachusetts, Police Department on Hudson County charges that he sexually assaulted a girl, 14, in North Bergen, according to Hudson County Prosecutor Esther...

HCCC expunges millions in student debt The $4.8 million in forgiven debt seeks to...

Hudson County Community College (HCCC) has expunged $4,861,188 in outstanding financial balances for approximately 4,800 students. The forgiven debt covers all outstanding balances for the Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters during 2020, and the...

Bayonne firefighters make quick work of Sunday blaze No injuries were reported

Bayonne firefighters quickly dealt with a one-alarm fire, according to Deputy Fire Chief Bill Bartos. Firefighters were dispatched to 8 Roosevelt Terrace at 10:59 a.m. on a report of smoke alarms. Due to numerous 9-1-1...

Black in Bayonne advocates police reform Group calls for better de-escalation tactics and mental...

Black in Bayonne is calling for a better police response to mental health and substance abuse crises following a recent fatal officer-involved shooting in Bayonne. Black in Bayonne co-founder, Camille High, called for the Bayonne...

Next steps taken to declare Lower Hackensack River a federal Superfund site The NJDEP...

The state will pursue the cleanup of the Lower Hackensack River as a federal Superfund site, according to New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Shawn LaTourette. Twenty municipalities line the Lower Hackensack River: Secaucus, Jersey...
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