Bayonne News


Interfaith memorial service held at Teardrop Memorial Bayonne residents, public officials, and faith leaders from various religious organizations gathered at the Teardrop Memorial at Harbor View Park for an Interfaith Memorial Service and Candlelight Vigil...

Curtains for cabs Ride-sharing companies stealing the show

The taxi industry in Bayonne, like anywhere with widespread internet access on smartphones, is changing dramatically. This was most recently evident when Yellow Taxi, one of Bayonne’s legacy taxi companies, absorbed another, CampbellTaxi. Some...

Another casualty of the Information Age Bayonne public access TV studio to close

Flip to Channel 19 on cable, and you’ll find local programming that was established by a 1999 franchise agreement between the City of Bayonne and Cablevision (now Altice USA). The agreement required that the...

A new event comes to Bergen Point The Bridge Arts Festival to rock Collins...

The newest art gallery in town will be hosting the newest festival in town. The Bridge Arts Festival, named for the eponymous Bridge Art Gallery, will take place at the newly renovated Dennis P....


BHS graduate now working on Helicopter Maritime Squadron Steven Ramos, a 2014 Bayonne High School graduate, has been active since joining the Navy after high school. Now a 3rd Class Petty Officer, Ramos is working...

New school year, new policies Students to benefit from stimulating learning environment

Classes at Bayonne’s public schools start on September 6 with shortened schedules through Friday, with elementary school students dismissed at 12:30 and Bayonne High School students at 1:11. Regular schedules resume the following Monday....

Opening doors to employment Training programs that work

“A little over a year ago, I was laid off from my job of nine years,” said Robert Austin, the valedictorian of the National Career Institute (NCI) employment and training program in a speech...

Trial of Menendez begins Convicting top Dem lawmaker could consolidate Republican control of the...

U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez’s corruption trial, which started on Aug. 22, will be one of the most closely-watched political trials in the nation. Nothing less than a change in the political balance of power...


Drive-By The Jersey City Police Department arrested two people in Bayonne on Thursday, August 24 who were wanted in connection with a shooting that took place earlier in the day on Martin Luther King Boulevard...

City Council revises residency ordinance Crude oratory follows

All city employees hired after October 1, 2017, are now required to live in Bayonne, except for positionsthat are statutorily exempt, after the Bayonne City Council revised the city’s residency ordinance at a meeting...
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