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Redevelopment plans adopted

A slew of redevelopment plans were adopted at the Bayonne City Council meeting on Oct. 21, reflecting the city's continuing development boom. Welcome to Bayonne! The council adopted six redevelopment plans: four new plans and two...

Bayonne man takes police vehicle on joyride to Brooklyn

A Bayonne man was arrested after taking a police car on a joyride before crashing in Brooklyn, according to the Bayonne Police Department. Frank Suarez, of West 13th Street in Bayonne, was taken into custody...

The Art House Gallery presents “Attachment,” new paintings, drawings and Installations by Lisa...

Art House Gallery will present “Attachment”, a solo exhibition of new paintings, drawings and installations by Lisa Ficarelli-Halpern from November 7 – 29. The show includes over a dozen recent oil paintings and drawings on...


Canine costume contest Bayonne will host a Halloween costume contest for dogs on Oct. 31 at the amphitheater at 16th Street Park. To register, email bayonnehalloween@baynj.org . Include your name, dog’s name, address, and phone number. The...

Bayonne businesses can apply for state grants

Bayonne Mayor James Davis is urging small businesses struggling to stay afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic to apply for state aid. The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) has just launched an additional $70 million...


Secaucus Halloween festivities The Ragamuffin Parade will be held on Halloween. Lineup starts at Secaucus High School parking lot at 12:30 p.m. Face masks and social distancing required. Trunk-or-Treat will take place on Halloween at...

COVID-19 cases climb for the fourth consecutive week

COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Bayonne as an 87-year-old male died. According to the Office of Emergency Management, there were 48 active cases as of Oct. 22. OEM Coordinator Junior Ferrante said that OEM...

Hoboken’s ‘divisive’ debate on school funding

A debate on school funding dominated the Hoboken City Council meeting on Oct. 21 as the public and council spoke passionately for about four hours. At the center of the debate is a payment to...

Union City’s COVID-19 cases spike by 140 in one week

COVID-19 cases are climbing across Hudson County as New Jersey braces for a second surge. Union City recorded 3,908 confirmed cases as of Oct. 23, and 218 residents have succumbed to the virus. That is a...

‘One of the weakest housing ordinances in New Jersey’

Despite more than 60 members of the public who spokepout against a “toothless” inclusionary zoning ordinance for four hours on Oct. 21, the Jersey City Council adopted an amended version with a 7-2 vote. The...
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