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New abatement strategy to help school district City Council to vote on Holy Family...

The city council this week will vote on two controversial matters – the $2.5 million purchase of Holy Family and a 25-year tax abatement for a 10-story,mixed-use building set for development at Broadway and...

Bayonne pedals toward bike-share program Jersey City and Hoboken are cycle cities

The City of Bayonne announced the issuance of request for proposals this week for the establishment and maintenance of a bike-share program in Bayonne. The program is a good fit with the development of...

Bayonne to connect ‘jewels’ of western shore With help from $900K DEP grant

Bayonne is one of eight municipalities and three counties in the watershed of the lower Passaic River and Newark Bay complex that were awarded more than $53 million in grants from the New Jersey...

Trump bans immigrants

To the Editor: President Trump was right when he banned immigrants from seven countries. He is protecting America from radical terrorists. Those who protest that we may be shutting out a great doctor, lawyer, engineer,...

Local voices on national issues Booker hosts mobile office at City Hall

While New Jersey Democratic Senator Cory Booker and his congressional colleagues were in Washington, D.C., participating in congressional hearings for high-profile cabinet appointments, his mobile office was at City Hall in Bayonne fielding concerns...

Heartfelt thanks for the thoughtful gifts

To the Editor: On behalf of the Windmill Alliance, I wish to acknowledge the recent gifts made by Mr. Al Pasiechnik of Victoria TV & Appliance. Al donated a washer and dryer that will help...

Bayonne Briefs

Bayonne High School awarded $10,000 for Sustainability Project Sustainable Jersey for Schools and the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) announced that Bayonne High School has been awarded a $10,000 Sustainable Jersey for Schools grant. Ten...

More details in teen’s murder In community meeting, police, prosecutor, residents discuss crime

After the death of Adrian Rivera, the 18-year-old Hoboken Housing Authority resident who was shot to death in his home on Jan. 24, Hoboken officials hosted a public meeting last week to discuss safety...

Long-delayed reval to start soon City urges residents to attend hearings to allay fears

Jersey City officials announced last week that the first city-wide revaluation of property since 1988 is set to start. Revaluations can be politically unpopular because they bring old homes up to current tax rates. City...

Snow days and rain delays Superintendents reveal how they decide to close schools for...

If this past week is any judge, there’s still plenty of time this winter for snow and slush. Last week, local school superintendents discussed how they decide to close schools because of the weather. Secaucus...
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