Making Progress with Storm Sewer Work and Park Renovation

Last October, we held a ceremony to mark the beginning of work on sewer improvements and recreational renovations at Francis G. Fitzpatrick Park. The...

Filling Potholes

Potholes are a constant problem that Bayonne and all American cities have to address.  Potholes develop each year as a result of the stresses...

It Takes a City

As the piles of snow have melted around Bayonne, we have seen litter and grime that were trapped underneath. Those snow mounds were hiding...

Dealing with Garbage and Recycling

Recently, we have received a lot of questions about garbage and recycling service in Bayonne. The City of Bayonne’s contracts for garbage and recycling...

Honoring Edith Ferrell

At its meeting last week, the Bayonne City Council passed a resolution that will name a portion of 19th Street after Edith Ferrell, a...

Always Part of Bayonne

February is Black History Month.  This is a great time to recognize the important role that the Black community has played in Bayonne since...

One Year Later

It came in on a ship. It attracted a tribe of journalists with cameras and microphones. It was a sign of things to come....

Queen Latifah’s New Series Films in Bayonne

Bayonne continues to attract film and television production.  As I wrote this, the new CBS series, The Equalizer, was preparing to film in Bayonne...

A Time for Unity

A change in presidential administrations is always a good time to take stock of our nation’s condition.  Last week, in his inaugural address, President...

Dr. King’s Enduring Wisdom

This week, we have observed the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. national holiday.  This day should remind us about his life’s mission –...
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