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One resident displaced by fire on West 29th Street Firefighters extinguished the blaze in...

A fire on West 29th Street has left one resident displaced, according to the Bayonne Fire Department. At 12:58 p.m. on Jan. 11, the BFD was dispatched to 155 West 29th Street for a reported...

A Wonderful Play

Bayonne High School presented a great show online, It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.  Joe Landry, a playwright, adapted the classic Christmas film for presentation as a radio play.  Working together, the...

Secaucus continues to administer vaccine More than 140 eligible residents have been vaccinated so...

The municipal point of distribution (POD) is now fully operational, functioning smoothly, and administering vaccines to eligible members of the Secaucus community, according to Mayor Michael Gonnelli and the town council. The first COVID-19 vaccine...

‘Dominick Marino Act’ aids surviving spouses The law was named for a departed North...

Gov. Phil Murphy signed the “Dominick Marino PFRS Enhanced Benefits for Surviving Spouses Act” into law on Jan. 7. The legislation is named for Dominick Marino, a former professional firefighter and past president of the...

Congressman Albio Sires endorses Team Fulop

U.S. Representative Albio Sires endorsed Mayor Steven Fulop and his city council slate in the citywide election in November. Sires’ endorsement follows the announcement that Hudson County Democratic Organization Chair Amy DeGise has joined the...

Help is here Highways Food Bank serves families in need

Mayor James Davis reminded Bayonne residents that the Highways Food Bank offers food to needy families and individuals throughout the year. “The Highways Food Bank distributes food that is available on a regular basis," Davis said. "People...

North Bergen Township Administrator to retire Chris Pianese has been on the job since...

After more than three decades in public service, North Bergen Administrator Chris Pianese will retire later this year to seek new opportunities in the private sector. Pianese has worked for the township since 1989 and...

2020: Hudson County, on PAUSE In a plague year, business as usual in unusual...

Suddenly, normalcy as we knew it ended. Silent streets. Empty classrooms and offices. Empty athletic fields and gyms. Empty buses, light rail cars, PATH trains. Empty movie theaters, rock n’ roll bars, black boxes. Overburdened...

2020: Year in Review One for the record books

The year 2020 was tumultuous, not only for Bayonne but for everyone, as a pandemic and calls for racial justice swept the globe. COVID-19  Bayonne made news early when passengers on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship...

Gamble settling in as new Bayonne coach He has a long history of being...

It’s a new era in Bayonne High School boys’ basketball, with former Marist head coach Ben Gamble moving his way downtown to take over coaching the Bees. “The kids have been very receptive,” Gamble said....
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