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PGA playoffs return to Jersey City

For Julie Tyson, senior vice president of Championship Management for the Professional Golfers Association Tour, the upcoming North Trust PGA Tour is as much about golf fans as it is about the winner. Northern Trust,...

Budget battle

Last week, the Hoboken City Council approved a $117.6 million budget which will result in a 1.7 percent municipal tax increase this year. This means taxpayers will pay an additional $7.61 per $100,000 of assessed...

Protective park potential

Last week the Rebuild by Design Project team presented two park concepts for Hoboken Cove Park both of which include programming space, elevated walkways, and native plantings. The redesign of Harborside Park into Hoboken Cove...

Death of a TV station

Paul DeAngelo, a Bayonne movie maker, actor, and entrepreneur with a hand in nearly every aspect of the performing arts, moved cautiously through the dark interior of WWOR studios in Secaucus on June 5,...


Correction In the June 5 edition of the Bayonne Community News, in a story titled, “When police take your stuff,” we reported that the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office seized more than $635 million worth of...


New Jersey Supreme Court grants review of Hoboken Monarch appeal denial According to a Hoboken press release, the New Jersey Supreme Court has granted Hoboken’s petition asking the court to review the denial by the...

In Hudson County, Gov. Murphy finds allies for millionaire’s tax

Gov. Phil Murphy has been spending a good deal of time in Hudson County recently. The hot topic? Murphy is steadfast in his proposed millionaire’s tax, which would increase the annual income tax levy for those...

History fair held at historic Apple Tree House

For the first time, Jersey City public school students gathered at Apple Tree House on June 6 for their annual history fair that was held by the Office of Cultural Affairs. The Apple Tree House...

The Catholic Church spent over $633K lobbying against NJ statute of limitations reform

According to a report commissioned by three law firms, the Roman Catholic Church has spent $633,458 lobbying against New Jersey's reform of the statute of limitations for child sexual abuse survivors. All the funding went...

Thousands flock to Summer Health and Green Family Fest

The weather couldn’t have been better for the sixth annual Summer Health and Green Family Festival, organized by North Bergen’s Municipal Utilities Authority and Health Department. According to an official count, more than 3,800 people...
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