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High Tech High School teacher reassigned after sexual assault lawsuit John Jefferson has been...

A High Tech High School Teacher accused of grooming, sexually assaulting, and impregnating a former student has been reassigned, according to Hudson County Schools of Technology Superintendent Amy Lin-Rodriguez. “The District is aware of recent...

Maryland man indicted for allegedly beating man he suspected of being gay The alleged...

Jose Tobias Carranza Serrano, 18, has been charged with attempted murder and bias intimidation for allegedly beating and choking a man he suspected of being gay in North Hudson Park, known as Braddock Park,...

Jersey City council members want to investigate SUEZ’s Ida response Legislation comes after the...

This article has been updated with responses from Mayor Steve Fulop and SUEZ Water Jersey City council members have proposed legislation to investigate SUEZ Water’s response to Hurricane Ida, following storm damage that caused a...

West New York bonds millions for new library Funding concerns raised

The West New York Board of Commissioners has adopted an ordinance for the construction of a new library. The board voted unanimously in favor of the measure at its Sept. 15 meeting. The ordinance appropriates...

Hoboken to distribute $1.82 million in grant funding to small businesses 179 local small...

Hoboken will begin distributing $1.82 million in grant funding to local small businesses that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the city’s Small Business Grant Program, 179 small businesses will be...

Weehawken reopens street damaged by mudslides The township is still recovering from mudslides and...

Hackensack Plank Road in Weehawken is open again, according to Mayor Richard Turner. The road was closed after mudslides flung mud and rocks from the Palisades Cliffs onto the street and into homes due to...

North Bergen weighing clean energy initiatives The township is looking into the proposed PVSC...

North Bergen is weighing two clean energy proposals, including a resolution that would condemn the proposed gas-fired power plant in Newark and a proposal for a community energy program. Condemning Ironbound plant The township is still...

FEMA team begins canvassing Bayonne First stop, First Street

Assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has arrived in Bayonne, according to Mayor James Davis. Following Hudson County's addition to the agency's major disaster declaration in the wake of Hurricane Ida, those affected...

Public hearing for Bayview development slated for October The final plans call for the...

The Bayonne Planning Board has rescheduled a public hearing for a proposed mixed-use development known as Bayview at the site of the former A&P off Avenue A. The developer, Bayview JC, LLC, seeks to construct...

Bayonne Food Bank funding still in limbo The clock is ticking on federal money

Funding intended for the Bayonne Food Bank is still in limbo. The food bank has yet to receive a letter of no conflict of interest from the city. The letter would allow the food bank...
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