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Green Acres: ‘In it for the people’ for 60 years Guest Column by Michele...

Depending on your age you may think of the 1960s silly comedy “Green Acres” when you see Green Acres signs around this state we’re...

Slowing Down Cars and Bagging Leaves

The autumn has arrived.  Cool breezes are in the air. Schools are back in session.  Neighborhood children are out and about again.  That’s why...

Federal Relief

Federal relief is available for Bayonne residents who suffered losses from Tropical Depression Ida on September 1, 2021. This assistance is sorely needed by...

A Unique Day in American History

On Wednesday, September 8, Bayonne rolled out the red carpet to welcome Frank Siller to Bayonne.  Mr. Siller, the Chairman and CEO of the...

Labor Day

On Monday, our nation observed Labor Day, which is an occasion to honor all of America’s working people.  The concept for the day began...

Back to School Again

Another school year is about to begin in the time of the Coronavirus. Everyone must do so with special regard for the health of...

Implosion at the Former MOT: A Step into the Future

On Sunday, August 8, Buildings 32 and 42 at the former Military Ocean Terminal (MOT) were imploded.  The implosion was carried out by Controlled...

A Great Night Out

On Tuesday, August 3, the City of Bayonne took part in the 38th annual National Night Out. This nationwide event is designed to bring...

Questions and Answers: Bulk, Scrap Metal, and  Mattresses

Since the new garbage and recycling schedules began on July 1, the Department of Public Works has received multiple questions about bulk items, scrap...

Building Department to Move from City Hall to Shopping Center

The Coronavirus has given us the opportunity rethink how we provide services to the people of Bayonne.  Traditionally, our Building Department has brought thousands...
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