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Jersey City mass shooters had their eye on Bayonne

David Anderson, 47,  and Francine Graham,50, the shooters in the Dec. 10 mass attack at the JC Kosher Supermarket in Jersey City, also researched a Jewish Community Center in Bayonne, according to law enforcement...

New maternity wing opens

New mothers have a new place to convalesce after giving birth, now that Jersey City Medical Center officially opened the Lord Abbett Maternity Wing at a ribbon-cutting ceremony before hospital executives, donors, and elected...

Cost of parking could increase in Hoboken

The Hoboken City Council will vote on three ordinances next month that could increase the fees associated with owning a car within the mile-square city. The ordinances were introduced at the Jan. 15 council meeting. During...

Purple pickup on the horizon

Purple vans will hit the streets next month as Jersey City becomes the first municipality in the state to have an on-demand bus system, paid for by a $1.8 million partnership with Via, a...

Developers eye land neighboring 10-story Broadway tower

The L Group, developer of the building at the former site of Resnick’s hardware store, is interested in developing the adjacent land. An ordinance was adopted at the Jan. 15 Bayonne City Council meeting...

Nonprofit for youth has a new headquarters in North Bergen

The nonprofit organization Rose 2 Hope has secured a location for its first office headquarters on Bergenline Avenue in North Bergen. The new office, above restaurant Café Per Tutti, will be the main office...

Labor union protests new Fraternity Meadows high-rise in Secaucus

Purple-shirt-wearing protesters pointed to an influx of “poverty jobs” as a reason to deny the height variance to the developers of the Xchange at Secaucus Junction. At the Jan. 13 Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting,...


Hoboken urges residents to get counted The Hoboken City Council adopted a resolution on Jan. 15 recognizing the importance of the 2020 Census. The resolution supports Hoboken’s Complete Count Committee. The committee will host a...

Hackensack Meridian Palisades Medical Center Employees Donate Pajamas for Local Children

Team members at Hackensack Meridian Palisades Medical Center organized a Winter Pajama Drive to collect new donated pajamas for infants, children and teens in need in our local communities. The drive was a big success...


Court date set for former Assemblyman O’Donnell in alleged bribery case A Feb. 14 court date has been set for former Bayonne Assemblyman Jason O’Donnell regarding his alleged involvement in a bribery deal during his...
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