Bayonne News


Urgent Care Center opens City Council members and CarePoint Health executives held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new urgent care center at 654 Broadway, steps away from Bayonne Medical Center. The center is in network...

Concrete manufacturing out, residential development in

The acceleration of development in Bayonne remains constant as the city council approved redevelopment plans and tax abatements for major development sites throughout the city at its regular meeting on Wednesday, July 19. “If you’re...

Phil Murphy opens on Broadway

“People focus on the big companies a lot, but small businesses are the big employers in the state, and if you look at where we’re going to get employment going forward, it’s going to...

Flora and fauna in a former factory town

Bayonne, a former industrial city, is also a preserve for a surprising array of natural wonders. Every week, those ecosystems are celebrated and observed by the Bayonne Nature Club and anyone who wants to...

Fun and games and a new bus at the PAL

Summers are especially fun in Bayonne where the Police Athletic League hosts its summer camp at Midtown Community School for elementary and middle school kids. Last week, Bayonne police officers participated in the police...


Correction In a story published in the July 12 issue of the Bayonne Community News, we mistakenly reported that Police Chief Drew Sisk attended mortuary school. He was a mortician’s apprentice until he decided to...

Two perfect games

When The Bayonne Community News heard word of a perfect pitching game in the Bayonne Little League soon after the season ended in late June, we knew it was a big deal, so we...

Body found washed ashore at Rutkowski Park

On the afternoon of Monday, July 10, a 50-year-old man from Long Island who’d set out to pickup a family member at Newark Liberty International Airport instead drove onto the 135-foot Vincent R. Casciano...

Jousting, sword-fighting, archery and knife-throwing

The organizers of the Second Annual Bayonne Renaissance Festival are excited to see their hard work finally come to fruition. To promote the event, which will take place at 16th Street Park on Saturday,...


99-Cent Store goes down, new apartments go up The 99-Cent Store on Broadway and 22nd Street that has been vacant for about a year was torn down this week to make room for a new...
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