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Should inmates be allowed to vote?

State Sen. Sandra Cunningham sought support from the Jersey City municipal council at the March 27 meeting for a bill she and state Sen. Ronald Rice Sr. are sponsoring that would allow New Jersey...

What you need to know about the 2020 Census

The U.S. Census, conducted every 10 years, is a big deal this time around. Federal funding and political representation for New Jerseyeans may be at risk if the count is not accurate. That’s the...


22-year-old charged with allegedly beating a dog A 10-year-old Cocker Spaniel named “Biggy” was still under the care of a veterinarian this weekend after a 22-year-old Bayonne resident living in the same apartment complex allegedly...

Plans for ferry terminal floated

In April of 2018, Bayonne officials formally announced that SeaStreak, a private ferry operator based in Atlantic Highlands, would soon be making stops on the southern shore of the former Military Ocean Terminal on...

Bayonne Magazine is here!

This special issue Of "Bayonne: Life on the Peninsula" honors 150 years of Bayonne history, with stunning pictures and informative stories about the town then and now. The magazine is published twice yearly by the...

Bayonne Briefs

NJ Transit Police perform massive active shooter drill at 8th St. Dozens of heavily armed police swarmed the 8th Street light rail station on Saturday, March 30, as the NJ Transit Police Department’s Office...

Wanted: green infrastructure in Bayonne

Local governments like Bayonne’s have been working for decades to address a problem worsening by the year: too much water running off into surrounding waters through its 23 combined sewage outflows (CSOs). The 18th...

Time marches on

When the Bayonne Bridgemen in their iconic yellow jackets appeared marching in the St. Patty’s Day Parade on March 17, the crowd’s cheers would have overwhelmed a movie star. The Bridgemen, once a world-renowned group...

Investigations commission calls for stricter hospital oversight

The state Department of Health (DOH) is ill-equipped to keep track of complex corporate transactions conducted by for-profit hospitals, according to a report issued by the State Commission of Investigation (SCI) on March 19. As...

Bayonne Briefs

Bayonne attorney, former business administrator, disbarred Longtime Bayonne attorney Peter J. Cresci was permanently disbarred from practicing law in the State of New Jersey on March 21, according to a ruling by the New Jersey...
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