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Hoboken to limit hours for bars and restaurants

As positive COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Hoboken and Hudson County, Mayor Ravi Bhalla announced an executive order closing all bars and restaurants at midnight seven days a week “to limit situations when...

‘A Mile Scare Halloween’ to stream this weekend

Halloween in Hoboken will look different this year as families may choose not to trick or treat as is tradition due to the pandemic. To help celebrate while staying safe,  Hoboken-based creative agency Branding Shorts...

Jersey City residents charged in fatal shooting

New Jersey State Police arrested four Jersey City residents for their alleged involvement in the fatal shooting of two men on Oct. 25 in the parking lot of the Meadowlands Racetrack, according to a...

The Park Theatre was originally named after the Passion Play

The Park Theatre, a 1300+ seat house was built in 1931 by the Archdiocese of Newark​, and originally named for the famous Passion Play that was performed there annually. For many years it had...

Secaucus family thanks police and firefighters for locating missing brother

Secaucus resident Jodie Gallegos presented donations to the Secaucus Police at the town council meeting on Oct. 13, to thank the department for finding her lost brother. The meetings, while held in person, are...

More Secaucus schools go virtual due to COVID-19

More COVID-19 cases in Secaucus public schools has resulted in four schools temporarily shifting to virtual instruction, Superintendent of Schools Jennifer Montesano announced in a letter to the community. At 2 p.m. on Oct. 26,...

North Bergen hires more police officers

North Bergen has hired seven new police officers, making the current force the largest in the township's history. Mayor Nicholas Sacco, Police Chief Peter Fasilis, and Public Safety Commissioner Allen Pascual presided over an oath-of-office...

Bayonne Medical Center prepares for second surge of COVID-19

As COVID-19 cases rise across New Jersey, local hospitals are bracing for a surge in virus patients. In an interview with the Bayonne Community News, Chief Hospital Executive Dr. Vijay Singh described the efforts taken...

Stop and Shop pickup now available in Bayonne

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses have allowed customers to shop online, then pick up their goods outside the store. Stop & Shop in Bayonne is the latest business to hop on the trend,...

Bayonne school district remains virtual until December

Instruction at Bayonne public schools will remain virtual until December, according to Superintendent of Schools John Niesz. He told the community about the school district's plan at the Oct. 26 Board of Education meeting. Monthly...
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