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City council president opposes eminent domain for BMC Two ordinances would condemn Bayonne Medical...

Ahead of the Bayonne City Council meeting May 12 where the council will vote on two introduced ordinances that would condemn the Bayonne Medical Center property through eminent domain, City Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski...

Lawsuit filed against Secaucus business Suit alleges Wilenta Feed, Inc. violated the state’s Water...

Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Acting Commissioner Shawn LaTourette have announced the filing of nine new environmental enforcement actions, including seven to hold polluters accountable for contamination in environmentally...

Getting greener Secaucus events mark Arbor Day and Earth Day

The town's Environmental Department held a number of events in April to mark Arbor Day and Earth Day as it continues to maintain the environment. Two cleanup days brought together more than 70 participants. The...

Over 35 percent of Secaucus residents are fully vaccinated Mayor Michael Gonnelli said more...

More than a third of Secaucus residents over the age of 16 have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to Mayor Michael Gonnelli. "I am happy to announce that as of April 19th, 35 percent...

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North Bergen marks AAPI Heritage Month The township celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islanders and pledges its “commitment to combating racism, violence, and xenophobia in all their forms.” Hoboken daycare worker charged with abusing infant Diana Camacho...

Job fair at Hudson County Schools of Technology The Frank J. Gargiulo Campus is...

The Hudson County One Stop Career Development Center and the Hudson County Schools of Technology will host a job fair on May 12 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Frank J. Gargiulo Campus...

‘For this targeted group … speech is no longer free’ ACLU-NJ seeks dismissal of...

Freedom of speech and the right to peacefully assemble are at the center of a new brief filed by the ACLU-NJ on behalf of protesters who were issued temporary restraining orders and arrested after...

Secaucus nurse honored by town and county Kathy Gerbasio praised for 'stepping up during...

A nurse has been honored by the town of Secaucus and the county for Women’s History Month. The town council presented Secaucus High School nurse Kathy Gerbasio with a number of awards. Holding the frontlines “We...

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Coach Bob Hurley is Alive and Kicking In the Spring, 2021, issue of Jersey City Magazine, we made a serious error. We mistakenly reported that legendary coach and beloved Jersey City native Bob Hurley had...

Still grappling over eliminating mandatory minimum sentences Gov. Murphy has taken action, but many...

Gov. Phil Murphy has conditionally vetoed a bill that would have eliminated mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent offenses. The governor’s conditional veto on April 19 removes provisions that would have weakened penalties associated with public...
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