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HCCC donates protective gear to Hudson County OEM Gov. Phil Murphy issued an executive order on March 23 that called for businesses and non-hospital sites, including institutions of higher learning, to contribute personal protective equipment...

Bayonne Board of Education introduces tentative $164 million dollar budget

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bayonne Board of Education met to handle the most important items on their agenda, primarily the introduction of the budget for the 2020 to 2021 school year. The meeting, held...

Bayonne continues efforts to help local businesses during COVID-19 closures

As Bayonne copes with COVID-19 repercussions, the city is trying to help local businesses survive the pandemic by any means possible, from advertising what business are still open, to parking regulation changes. Mayor James Davis...

Bayonne Democrats postpone party elections in response to COVID-19 pandemic

As the COVID-19 crisis escalates, further postponement of events have become routine across Hudson County. Now, even some elections are being pushed back to adhere to social distancing efforts to stop the spread of...

CarePoint inks deal with Bayonne hospital operator as eminent domain looms

CarePoint Health has announced that a hospital operator has been found for Bayonne Medical Center, removing concerns that have clouded the future of the hospital for months. CarePoint Health and BMC Hospital LLC announced that...

COVID-19 spreads to Bayonne

COVID-19 has spread to Bayonne, and the city is bracing for the virus’s impact. Mayor Davis announced on March 20 that the city has confirmed that five additional residents had tested positive for COVID-19 bringing...

Bayonne approves bond ordinance for Route 440 pedestrian bridges

To address the safety issue plaguing residents crossing Route 440, the Bayonne City Council has adopted an ordinance bonding $10 million for the construction of pedestrian bridges over Route 440 and East 25th Street. The...

Bayonne City Council defends new Business Administrator’s qualifications

Melissa Mathews will serve as Bayonne’s Business Administrator, effective May 1, following her nomination to the position by Mayor James Davis. The City Council approved the nomination unanimously at its meeting on March 18. Mathews...


Memorial Day Parade Grand Marshall announced The Memorial Day Parade Committee has chosen Mike Wilson Commander of American Legion Post 19, as the 101st Grand Marshall for the 2020 Memorial Day Parade. Mike was presented...

Bayonne moves to help local businesses still open to the public

The Bayonne Urban Enterprise Zone has a plan to promote local businesses still open to the public amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The UEZ coordinates the use of Community Block Grant funds, Special Improvement District funds,...
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