Bayonne News

Hudson County refused to cooperate with ICE raids

A tweet posted by President Donald Trump in early July claiming massive immigration raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement would take place throughout the nation between July 13 to 15 sent protesters to the...

Bayonne condemns symbols of hate

Bayonne Police recently arrested three teenagers, including a juvenile, and charged them with several counts of criminal mischief, bias intimidation, and conspiracy after swastikas were painted at three locations earlier this month across Bayonne...

Some funds for Route 440 pedestrian walkway put on hold

The prospective pedestrian walkway that would extend over Route 440 from the 34th Street light rail station is needed more than ever as more residential and commercial development on the former Military Ocean Terminal,...


Fire rips through 22nd Street building on July 15 In the early afternoon on July 15, the Bayonne Fire Department responded to a heavy fire on the second floor of a three-story commercial building at...

Bayonne man charged with alleged sexual assault

On July 15, members of the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit arrested Xavier Patten, age 21, of Bayonne, without incident at the Prosecutor’s Office in Jersey City, according to Hudson County Prosecutor...

‘Paper’ street to become pedestrian plaza

A "paper" street between Kennedy Boulevard and Avenue A where Second Street should extend under the Bayonne Bridge will soon become a pedestrian mall. The street appears on maps but is not a finished...


9/11 first responder saves teen from jumping off bridge A 19-year-old from Tottenville apparently ready to jump off the Outerbridge Crossing decided to back away when retired FDNY paramedic Gary Smiley, driving from Staten Island...

Bayonne summer recreation program continues to grow

When school is out for the summer, hundreds of kids take to the fields in Bayonne. The Bayonne Department of Recreation, led by its director, Pete Amadeo, organizes five camps across the city where outdoor...

Environmentalists question the safety of oil-by-rail shipments

Six years ago, the Quebecois town of Lac-Megantic went up in flames after a 72-car train carrying crude oil from North Dakota’s Bakken region derailed and incinerated a small downtown area, killing 47 people...

Bayonne introduces 2019 budget

The Bayonne City Council introduced a $141.3 million budget, representing a gradual increase from the $139.7 million budget in 2018, $136.4 million in 2017, and $135.4 million in 2016. The council will hear public comments...
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