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City council meetings to keep virtual option Residents can view virtually for the foreseeable...

The Bayonne City Council will continue to use a hybrid meeting format, so residents can attend in-person or virtually. After the recent lifting of state COVID-19 restrictions, the council held its first in-person meeting...

Produce vouchers available for low-income seniors Qualified seniors can purchase New Jersey-grown fresh fruits...

Produce market vouchers are available for low-income seniors through the Bayonne Office On Aging, Mayor James Davis has announced. The vouchers enable qualified seniors to purchase New Jersey-grown fresh fruit and vegetables at the Bayonne...

Graduation will be in-person and remote The prom will be outdoors for the first...

The Bayonne school district has announced plans for graduation and prom. Despite heading back to the classroom in May under hybrid instruction, the district will again hold two graduation ceremonies for each school: one...

Legislation would expand research on Tourette Syndrome The bill would fund research and advance...

To kick off Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month, Congressman Albio Sires (D-NJ) reintroduced the Collaborative Academic Research Efforts (CARE) for Tourette Syndrome Act of 2021 to expand and increase the coordination of Tourette syndrome research...

School district receives funding for new technical education facility Bayonne Academy, on the BHS...

Bayonne Academy, on the Bayonne High School campus, is set to receive over $9 million in funding from the Securing Our Children’s Future Bond Act (SOCFBA). The state funding, allocated for county vocational schools,...

Appellate court reinstates ‘sexting’ lawsuit Stacie Percella is suing Mayor James Davis and the...

The Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division has reinstated a lawsuit by former Bayonne City Hall employee Stacie Percella against Mayor James Davis and the city. The suit alleges that Percella was fired in...

Great Summer Camps and Activities

This summer, the Bayonne Recreation Division is offering a great set of camps and other activities for our kids. The 16th Street (DiDomenico) Park Day Camp (First through Eighth Grade) will take place on the...

Over 45 percent of Bayonne residents 12 and up have had one dose That...

Fire Chief Keith Weaver delivered the weekly COVID-19 video update on behalf of Mayor James Davis. As of May 27, Weaver saidΒ 61 percent of residents over the age of 18 are fully vaccinated, and...

BAYONNE BRIEFS

Two firefighters injured Two firefighters were injured and over a dozen residents displaced in a three-alarm fire at 126 West 27th Street, according to Fire Chief Keith Weaver. Firefighters rescued two cats, one suffering from smoke...

‘Fantazzical Beings’ come to Dollhaus II The exhibit by Soigne brings whimsy to Bayonne

Brian "Soigne" Wilson has opened his first solo exhibit at the Dollhaus II gallery, until July 4. The gallery, at 23 Cottage Street, is open Thursday through Sunday, 1 to 8 p.m. For more information,...
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