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Bayonne is no longer involved in purchase of Marist High School The city assigned...

Bayonne has exited negotiations to purchase the former Marist High School, which closed in 2020 due to declining enrollment and financial strain. The Bayonne City Council voted to approve a resolution cancelling the previously adopted...

North Bergen issues vaccine mandate for municipal employees Unvaccinated employees must be tested regularly...

The North Bergen Board of Commissioners has approved a resolution issuing a vaccine mandate for township employees. The board unanimously approved the resolution at its Oct. 20 meeting requiring North Bergen municipal employees to either...

Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office investigating alleged Oath Keepers in county law enforcement News report...

The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating whether individuals within county law enforcement are members of the Oath Keepers, a right wing extremist group. The revelations about the Oath Keepers, a far-right anti-government militia connected...

Hoboken Business Alliance and the city reveal new mural The image by Beau Stanton...

Hoboken and the Hoboken Business Alliance have revealed a new mural at 51 Newark St., depicting the city’s history and architecture as part of the HBA’s new Mural Arts Program. The new 70’ x 45’...

Man charged with DWI after six injured in collision in North Bergen The Prosecutor's...

A man has been arrested following a motor vehicle accident which left six injured in North Bergen, according to Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez. On Oct. 17 at approximately 10:45 p.m., the North Bergen Police...

Prosecutor’s Office probing hit-and-run in WNY A mid-size sedan struck a male pedestrian and...

Authorities are investigating a hit-and-run that occurred in West New York over the weekend, according to Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez. On Oct. 16 shortly before 8 p.m., the West New York Police Department responded...

Bayonne Planning Board approves 797 unit Bayview project The final plans for three residential...

The Bayonne Planning Board has approved a massive redevelopment, dubbed “Bayview,” at the 17-acre site of the former A & P. At its October meeting, the board approved preliminary and final site plans for four...

Gary Chmielewski named Bayonne’s new Director of Municipal Services He fills the position left...

Gary Chmielewski has been named by Bayonne Mayor James Davis to fill the vacant position of Director of the Department of Municipal Services. "Gary Chmielewski is well-prepared for his new role as Director of the...

NJ Transit awards $1.599 billion contract for new Portal Bridge Skanska/Traylor Bros Joint Venture...

NJ Transit has awarded a contract to replace the over 110-year-old Portal Bridge that spans the Hackensack River from Kearny to Secaucus. The decrepit, swing-style bridge is notorious for breaking down and getting stuck in...

Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office swears in new Chief of Detectives James Parker will take...

Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez has appointed the agency’s new Chief of Detectives, James A. Parker. Parker was sworn in by the Honorable Jeffrey R. Jablonski, A.J.S.C. during a small ceremony. Past law enforcement experience Parker comes to the...
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