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Ed Daly takes readers on a Christmas journey Hoboken-based author goes into history...

Christmas comes once every year, but for one Hoboken resident, it’s been the holidays since last year. The reason? He’s been writing a book about the history of Christmas. Called “The Christmas Book: The Ultimate...

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...

Hoboken candidates compete for city council seats Ten candidates run for three at-large seats...

Hoboken’s municipal elections this year will be defined by the city council elections, with 10 candidates vying for three at-large seats that are up for grabs. The candidates, featuring two slates of three and 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...

Urban to nature: NJCU Earth Museum opens New museum at university teaches about earth...

What started out as a small library room at New Jersey City University has been transformed into a new museum, filled with exhibits and specimens such as rocks from New Jersey, environmental maps, a...

More than a month after Ida, FEMA teams coming back to Bayonne Mayor James...

Teams from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are coming back to Bayonne to help residents affected by Hurricane Ida to apply for federal assistance, according to Mayor James Davis. “Although Tropical Storm Ida was...

Pfizer and Moderna booster shots available in Bayonne People who live, work or study...

Bayonne is offering Pfizer vaccines on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Moderna vaccines are available on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Residents do not need appointments, and...

Bayonne school district outlines procedures for staff as state ‘vaccine mandate’ kicks in Unvaccinated...

As Gov. Phil Murphy’s 'vaccine mandate' executive order begins on Oct. 18, requiring all school employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to weekly testing, the Bayonne School District has issued guidance...

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...

North Bergen residents petition for community garden The idea is to give kids a...

North Bergen residents have asked the township to consider the creation of another community garden, for educational purposes. Jina Morano brought her son Lucas and other children to raise the idea at the Oct. 6...
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