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COVID-19 counts countywide remain low

Six months ago, the COVID-19 pandemic began to spread across Hudson County. Throughout that time, there have been 19,607 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 with 1,335 confirmed COVID-19-related deaths. Currently, municipal averages remain relatively flat...

Bayonne City Council adopts 2020 budget

The Bayonne City Council adopted the 2020 city budget at the July 15 meeting, totaling $143,250,995.64. It met via TetherView. No residents spoke at the public hearing. The $143.2 million budget was an increase over the...


Bayonne man arrested after alleged knife attack  On July 31, officers responded to the Bayonne Medical Center ER on a report of a security guard cut with a knife, allegedly by Saladin Blunt, 48, according...

Only 9 active COVID-19 cases remaining in Bayonne

As Phase 2 of reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic comes to a halt due to the increasing rate of transmission in the state, some municipalities like Bayonne continue to see a decline in the...

Jersey City students to begin school virtually

Jersey City Public School students will attend classes virtually this fall after the Jersey City Board of Education approved of the remote learning plan at a nearly five-and-a-half-hour virtual meeting on Aug. 6. According to...

Jersey City officer-involved shooting under investigation

The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating an Officer-Involved Shooting that occurred Aug. 7 on Hopkins Ave. in Jersey City. According to a press release from the Hudson County' Prosecutor's Office, on Aug. 7 shortly...


Hoboken provides popup testing Hoboken will provide free COVID-19 testing for residents only at the Jackson Street Gymnasium Aug. 17 and 18. When registering, residents must provide a driver’s license or government-issued identification with a Hoboken...

Man found fatally shot in Hoboken

On August 7,  just after 10:30 p.m., members of the Hoboken Police Department responded to an apartment on the 300 block of Grand Street on a report of a deceased male, according to a...

Do small restaurants need their own COVID-19 guidelines?

With New Jersey stuck in Phase 2 of reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic, small businesses, especially local restaurants, have been struggling to stay afloat. One North Bergen family restaurant is on life support. Catherine Licata is...

A day in the life of a contact tracer

As New Jersey remains stuck in Phase 2 of reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic, contact tracers are working to mitigate the spread of the virus. Contact tracers identify residents who have tested positive and...
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