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COVID-19 spreads to Bayonne

COVID-19 has spread to Bayonne, and the city is bracing for the virus’s impact. Mayor Davis announced on March 20 that the city has confirmed that five additional residents had tested positive for COVID-19 bringing...

Screening system deployed at Christ Hospital in Jersey City

Christ Hospital in Jersey City has opened a new system to prescreen walk-in patients before they enter the hospital building through the emergency room. This system, at 176 Palisade Ave., is set up in temporary...


Dear Dr. Norquist: I’m busy all the time. That’s what my friends say. I plan my time so I can get a lot done – very efficiently. I like being busy and getting things done....

Weehawken student accepted to Air Force Academy

Weehawken High School (WHS) student Sophie Axtens was accepted to the U.S. Air Force Academy earlier this month after being nominated by Sen. Robert Menendez. Axtens received a phone call from Sen. Menendez informing her...

Bayonne Medical Center at the epicenter of COVID-19

At the center of the COVID-19 cases in the city of Bayonne is Bayonne Medical Center (BMC). On March 18, Mayor James Davis confirmed that a Bayonne resident who was currently hospitalized at Bayonne Medical...

Hudson Regional Hospital offers drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Secaucus

Hudson Regional Hospital staff is providing quick and easy drive-thru COVID-19 testing by appointment at 55 Meadowlands Parkway in Secaucus. The process appears to be quicker and more efficient than other methods, also preventing contact...

‘Get screened’

North Bergen has declared March 2020 as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Mayor Nicholas Sacco and the North Bergen Board of Commissioners passed a proclamation declaring the awareness month in honor of North Bergen resident...

Another seven-story residential development approved in Bayonne

Avenue E has become a hot spot for residential developers. The Bayonne Planning Board approved an application for yet another seven-story development, this one at 736-742 Avenue E. The proposed multi-family building would be one...

Hartz Mountain application continues to March 17 and 19

The battle between the township of Weehawken and Hartz Mountain Industries over a 14-story residential high-rise building at Lincoln Harbor will continue after the Planning Board held two public hearings for the application on...

UPDATE: North Bergen reviews emergency plans for COVID-19

(Updated Friday March 13 12:18 p.m.) North Bergen is prepping for the novel coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, according to a statement by Mayor Nicholas Sacco. Sacco shared an update on the Township of North Bergen’s...
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