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Residential building slated for old Resnick’s site A groundbreaking ceremony was held to celebrate the start of construction for a ten-story, 91-unit residential building on 46th Street and Broadway that is expected to be completed...

Bayonne Bike Share near the finish line Program could lure young professionals

Bayonne’s bike share program is almost ready for installation. “Bayonne Bike Share” signs are beginning to pop up around town with maps indicating the locations of seven stations dispersed evenly throughout the city. Bayonne...

All-day pre-k program expanded Lottery system to place students

The Bayonne School District is expanding pre-k this year to dozens of students starting on November 1 after it applied for and was awarded a Preschool Education Expansion Aid (PEEA) grant of $770,982. The...

Pizza acrobat throws dough for celebrities Local pizzeria owner featured on The Gong Show

When professional pizza-thrower Giuseppe “Joe” Montuori, owner of Pizzalino’s on Avenue A in Bayonne, stepped onto ABC’s “The Gong Show” in September, actors Courtney Cox, Will Arnett, and Isla Fisher watched in amazement as...

From chromate cleanup to (someday) development Torricelli discusses challenges in removing contamination to create...

Fifteen years after setting aside his career in politics, former Sen. Robert Torricelli still looks pretty much the same. His hair has gone gray, but he still has the same bearing of someone still...

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Petition to rescind residency ordinance Residents are collecting signatures for a petition to reverse an amendment to the city’s residency ordinance passed by the City Council in August. The amendment exempts city employees hired prior...

That’s a lot of cargo Bayonne Bridge can now handle huge container ships

A crowd gathered along Dennis Collins Park on Thursday morning to watch one of the new behemoth container ships, the CMA CGM Theodore Roosevelt, navigate the newly-deepened Kill Van Kull and under the newly-raised...

The Bridge Arts Festival kicks off with a bang Food, entertainment, and art at...

Two stages of music and dance performances, food trucks, and artist tents packed into Dennis Collins Park on Saturday, September 9, for the Bridge Arts Festival, sponsored in part by the Bayonne Community News. At...

Residents to help curb feral cat population Trap, neuter, spay certification held at city...

“There’s a feral cat problem in Bayonne. We all know that,” said Bayonne Health Officer, Vinnie Revelli in front of a crowd of Bayonne residents who came to city hall for a certification course...

Video monitors may come to light rail NJ Transit launches a pilot program

Riders of the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail (HBLR) may have noticed a new feature on the rail cars in recent months. As part of a pilot program by NJ Transit, video monitors, one on each...
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