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Their boots were made for marching 14 buses of local women (and some men)...

Since taking the office of president on Friday, Jan. 20, Donald Trump has signed 12 executive orders, including one that weakens the reach of the Affordable Care Act and one that says federal dollars...


City Council to vote Wednesday on using eminent domain for bigger park The City Council will decide at its Feb. 1 meeting whether to authorize the use of eminent domain to acquire land currently owned...


Lavarro makes appointments to Immigrant Affairs Commission Jersey City Council President Rolando Lavarro has announced the appointment of the first three of a nine-member Immigrant Affairs Commission (IAC), the first commission of its kind in...


Popular comedian to perform free show in North Bergen North Bergen will be getting a nice dose of laughs shortly. Comedian Alonzo Bodden will host a free show at the Recreational Center at 6300 Meadowview...


School board appoints interim assistant principal for Secaucus High School The Secaucus Board of Education appointed an interim assistant principal for Secaucus High School at its Jan. 19 meeting. Dan Di Guglielmo began work immediately,...

Mosque approval still up in the air Another Zoning Board hearing planned

The Bayonne Zoning Board adjourned a special meeting on Monday, Jan. 24, at 11 p.m., before a vote was taken on whether to approve the conversion of a warehouse on 109 East 24th Street...

City vindicated in layoff dispute Fight not over – former employee plans appeal

On January 18, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) decided not to reverse the layoffs of three former Bayonne City employees. Andrew Casais, Chief of Staff for Mayor James Davis, said in an email, “We...

Opposing prejudice in the Boy Scouts

To the Editor: I am very sorry to hear that the Secaucus Cub Scouts are discriminating against a transgender child. I agree with Sarah McBride of the Human Rights Campaign."To deny a young transgender person...

Board of Ed ratifies teachers’ contract Lucky BHS juniors to see ‘Hamilton’

After the Bayonne Teachers Association (BTA) ratified the two-year collective bargaining agreement offered by the Bayonne Board of Education (BBOED) earlier this month, the BBOED ratified the agreement at its end at a meeting...

Praise for additional rent protections

To the Editor: Our residents should check out the website, Twitter, or Facebook for Phil Murphy, candidate for governor. His website states that a minimum wage earner in NJ works at least 100 hours to...
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