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Ramadan 101

To the Editor: Recently, close to 1.6 billion people began celebrating the month of Ramadan, the holiest month of the Islamic calendar, trademarked by the sun-up to sun-down fast. In America, Muslims will fast approximately...

Tough time for negotiation

The Bayonne Board of Education’s (BBOED) May meeting was cancelled last week while the district juggles managing a fiscal crisis and a 10,000-student operation. As of now, 183 fewer faculty members will be returning...

Promoting responsible gun use and ownership

To the Editor: Hadiya Pendleton was a student, a beloved daughter and friend, a voice against gun violence, and a dancer at President Obama's inauguration. One week after her performance, she became a 15-year old...

Developing affordable homes in Bayonne

The development boom in Bayonne has been much discussed in regional publications recently, often with praise. Residential housing developments are breaking ground left and right as the growing city creates demand from commuters who...

Commercial vehicle parking

To the Editor: I am writing this letter to highlight Bayonne parking laws regarding commercial vehicle parking. The law states that all commercial vehicles can park only at designated parking lots after successfully buying...

Hudson Reporter newspapers win slew of state awards

The reporters and graphic artists for the Hudson Reporter newspapers recently won 11 writing, 12 photography, and six layout awards in the prestigious 2016 Memorial Journalism Awards run annually by the Garden State Journalists...

Students receive anti-bullying awards

Students at Lincoln Community School and Mary J. Donohoe Community Schoolwon anti-bullying awards from the Harmony PowerFoundation, a charity whose mission statement is to “stand up to bullying and stand for human equality.” The awards...

Bayonne Briefs

Dead whale spotted off Jersey City coast Kevin Chen of Bayonne was out fishing in New York Harbor on Wednesday when he saw something odd in the distance. So he steered his boat toward it....

Thanks to the Memorial Day Parade marchers

To the Editor: Hats off to those who marched in the Memorial Day Parade. Now, “Make America great again.” JAMES LYNCH

Taking back parking

Union City’s recent enforcement of a permit parking ordinance adopted last year has pushed more non-resident drivers to park in Jersey City's Heights neighborhood, residents and officials in Jersey City say. Because Union City was...
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